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Teaching Methods for Addressing Cultural Safety: Promoting Indigenous Health




The University Club, Queen's University
168 Stuart Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L2V8, Canada
Registration for this program has closed.


Due to weather-related complications, including the cancellation of Dr. Lavallee's flight from Winnipeg to Toronto and closure of the University later this afternoon, it is with regret that we inform you that all events and meetings with Dr. Lavallee have been cancelled for this week. We will be working with Dr. Lavallee and you to reschedule his visit to a future date, likely in the Spring.


Faculty Development Workshop - Thursday February 14

8:00 am - 12:00 pm | University Club, George Teves Dining Room
Breakfast Included | Further details coming soon.

Dr Barry LavalleeBarry Lavallee, MD, CCFP, FCFP, MClSc
Métis/Saulteaux, Makwa clan

Dr. Lavallee will visit Queen's and deliver a number of sessions to assist the Faculty of Health Sciences in our pursuit to help answer the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Dr. Barry Lavallee is a member of Manitoba First Nation and Métis communities, and is a University of Manitoba trained family physician specializing in Indigenous health and northern practice. His clinical work has focused on the health and healing needs of First Nation and Métis communities. He has a Masters of Clinical Sciences from the University of Western Ontario. His research and clinical areas are chronic diseases, transgenerational trauma, impact of colonization on Indigenous communities and international Indigenous health. He is the Director of Student Support and Education for the Centre for Aboriginal Health Education, University of Manitoba and Indigenous Health UGME Curriculum Lead for the University of Manitoba.