Presentations, Publications and Media

Past Speaking Engagements

2021

  • Using art within health systems to promote healing and communication. International Meeting of Indigenous Child Health. (Virtual). (September)
  • Trauma Informed Considerations for Education & Health. St. Francis Xavier University. Antigonish, NS. (April)

2020

  • Translating Indigenous Community Knowledge into Clinician Curriculum. Indigenous Health Conference. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON. (December)
  • Partnering to Mobilize Indigenous Knowledge for Child & Youth Health. Indigenous Health Conference. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON. (December)
  • Navigating Indigenous Health Research Practice Knowledge. Chronic Pain Network Peer Webinar Series. (November)

2019

  • Understanding the Link Between Culture and Care: Indigenous Children and Pain. Child Welfare League of Canada Webinar. (November)
  • Translating Indigenous Community Knowledge into Clinician Curriculum. Children’s Healthcare Canada Conference. Ottawa, ON. (December)
  • CHOP Pediatric Global Health Conference. Philadelphia, PA. (October)
  • Dalhousie University. Visiting Researcher Lecture (Dr. Elizabeth Kepreotes). Halifax, NS. (May)
  • Nova Scotia Nurses Union (NSNU) Annual General Meeting. Truro, NS. (April)
  • Atlantic Rural and Remote Physicians Conference. Halifax, NS. (April)
  • Chronic Pain Network Annual Meeting. Toronto, ON. (April)
  • International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health (IMICH). Calgary, AB (March)
  • Film screening with Panel Discussion – The Journey. IWK Health Centre. Halifax, NS (March)
  • Dalhousie University Senate. Halifax, NS (February)

2018

  • Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Grand Rounds. Ottawa, ON (June)
  • Cape Breton Regional Hospital – ER, Peds and EHS staff. Sydney, NS (June)
  • 39th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Pain Society. Montreal, QC (May)
  • Art From the Heart. Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Yarmouth, NS (May)
  • IWK Health Centre Grand Rounds. Halifax, NS (May)
  • Chronic Pain Network Annual Meeting. Hamilton, ON (April)

2017

  • Provincial Pediatric Pain Management Symposium. Vancouver, BC (September)
  • Canadian Pediatric Society Conference. Vancouver, BC (June)
  • Indigenous Health Research Caucus. Parliament Hill. Ottawa, ON (June)
  • Nova Scotia Hearing & Speech. Halifax, NS (June)
  • International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health. Denver, Colorado (March/April)
  • Dr. Nadine Caron Speaking Event. Dalhousie University. Halifax, NS (March)

2016

  • Conquer the Hurt Conference. SickKids Toronto, ON (November)
  • PEI Front-line Workers. Charlottetown, PEI (September)
  • Halifax Central Library. Halifax, NS (May)
  • Nation 2 Nation Speaker Series. Cape Breton University. Sydney, NS (January)
  • Global Health Fair. IWK Health Centre. Halifax, NS (January)

2015

  • International Forum of Pediatric Pain. White Point Beach, NS (October)
  • Pain in Child Health Strategic Training Conference. Halifax, NS (October)
  • Dalhousie Dentistry School 4th Year Student Presentation. Halifax, NS (October)
  • Gorsebrook Junior High. Halifax, NS (October)
  • International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health. Ottawa, ON (March)
  • Canadian Pain Society Scientific Conference. Charlottetown, PEI (May)
  • Gorsebrook Junior High. Halifax, NS (February)
  • Riverside Educational Centre. Milford, NS (January)

2014

  • Unamaki Health Director Meeting. Dartmouth, NS. (December)
  • Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre. Halifax, NS. (November)
  • University of Toronto Indigenous Health Conference. Toronto, ON (November)
  • Unama’ki College, Cape Breton University. Sydney, NS (November)

2013

  • Dalhousie University Research in Medicine Series. Halifax, NS (November)
  • Dalhousie University School of Nursing Scholars Series. Halifax, NS (October)
  • Canadian Pain Society Annual Conference. Winnipeg, MB (May)
  • Dalhousie University Youth in Challenging Contexts Funder Presentation. Halifax, NS (January)

2012

  • Atlantic Provinces Inter-Professional Pain Conference. Halifax, NS (September)

Past Publications

2021


2020


2019

  • Latimer, M. & Sylliboy, J. (2019). Aboriginal Children’s Hurt & Healing (ACHH) Initiative: First Nation community health video. First Peoples Child & Family Review, 13(2).

2018


2015

  • Harman, K. (2015). Interpretation of the experience of pain: Using a two-eyed approach to address a clinically relevant health issue. Physiotherapy Practice, 15(2). 25-27.

2014


2012

Past Exhibit Dates

2018

  • Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Grand Rounds. Ottawa, ON (June)
  • Art From the Heart. Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Yarmouth, NS (May)

2017

  • PICH2Go Indigenous. Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Halifax, NS (October)
  • Provincial Pediatric Pain Management Symposium. Vancouver, BC (September)
  • Dalhousie University Indigenous Health Interest Group, Dr. Nadine Caron Speaking Event. Halifax, NS (March)

2016

  • Conquer the Hurt Conference. SickKids. Toronto, ON (November)
  • Canadian Association of Pediatric Health Centres Annual Conference. Halifax, NS (October)
  • IWK Health Centre. Halifax, NS (August)
  • Chalmers Hospital. Fredericton, NB (August)
  • St Mary’s First Nation Cultural Centre. St. Mary’s, NB (August)
  • National Aboriginal Day Event. Lennox Island, PEI (June)
  • Prince County Hospital. Summerside, PEI (June)
  • Canadian Pediatric Society 93rd Annual Conference. Charlottetown, PEI (June)
  • Millbrook First Nation, NS (May)
  • Eskasoni First Nation, NS (May)
  • Colchester Regional Hospital. Truro, NS (May)
  • Cape Breton Regional Hospital. Sydney, NS (May)
  • University of Toronto Indigenous Health Conference. Toronto, ON (May)

Past Media Appointments

2019


2018


2017


2016


2015


2014

ACHH Initiative: Chronic Pain Network Annual General Meeting (March 2021)


ACHH Video: About our Research
Developed by Kayla Rudderham (Summer Student 2014-2015).


ACHH Video: Two Eyed Seeing Approach


ACHH Video: Art from the Heart


ACHH Video: Artist Alan Syliboy & Dale Sheppard (AGNS) on the ACHH Initiative


ACHH Video: First Nation Community Health

Canadian Nurse (April 2013).  No Place Like Home

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