Taking Action to Disrupt the HIV-STBBI Status Quo
May 11th, 2023
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The HIV-STBBI landscape is highly complex
As a result, the MB HIV-STBBI Collective Impact Network was formed in 2016 to work collectively to tackle systems change.
This is our 15th large event! With the recent dire report from the Manitoba HIV Program and their calls to action we are moved as a Network to show how our work will create change.
Our theme “Taking Action to Disrupt the HIV-STBBI Status Quo” is meant to elevate how our work will disrupt the current dire trends.
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Conference Date: May 11th, 2023
Where: Canad Inns Destination Centre Fort Garry
1824 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2G2
Time: 9:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m
Speakers: Coming Soon
Dr. Sheila Blackstock
Decolonizing Health: Unearthing and Empowering our Well-being(s) through Identity.
The continued impacts of colonization will be articulated by exploring the interconnectedness of the structural determinants to the social determinants of health. The current context of HIV STBBI is situated within the convergence of systemic drivers of structural racism, colonization, and intergenerational trauma. Unearthing our First Nations, Métis, Inuit and Urban Aboriginal knowledge systems, empowerment, and upholding our identity are key health determinants to disrupting contemporary structural racism.
Associate Professor, Faculty of Human and Health Science, School of Nursing
Academic Co-Lead, National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health
University of Northern British Columbia
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