Monthly Archives: September 2011

Aboriginal Groups Working to Fulfill Promise of Stronger Stem Cell Network

// // Posted in Aboriginal Health News

Family of the late Chantelle Chornoby to pay tribute to the work being done by the Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada in partnership with the OneMatch Stem Cell & Marrow Network For immediate release WINNIPEG 26 SEPTEMBER, 2011 – The … Continue reading

Akwesasne Women Lead Discussion at Indigenous Health Meeting

// // Posted in Aboriginal Health News, Conferences

A group of Akwesasne women recently promoted innovative, female-led health programs that are succeeding with Indigenous communities at the Second International Meeting on Indigenous Women’s Health in Albuquerque, New Mexico from September 14-16, according to a Sky Woman Media press release. Continue reading

Health Care Best Practices for Aboriginal, Metis, First Nations and Rural Communities

// // Posted in Conferences, NAHO Bulletin Board

Location: Edmonton, Alberta Link out: Click here Description: Attend this event and come away with workable strategies to help your community. Take advantage of this opportunity to improve your effectiveness in managing health administration and contribute to discussions with others … Continue reading

Historic agreement signed to share health information on Métis Citizens

// // Posted in Aboriginal Health News, Metis

Abbotsford, B.C. (September 24, 2011) – Health information on Métis Citizens in British Columbia will become available as a result of a historic information sharing agreement signed today between Métis Nation BC and the provincial government. The Métis Public Health … Continue reading

Aboriginal Health Care: Governance and Leadership Conference

// // Posted in Conferences, NAHO Bulletin Board

Aboriginal Health Care: Governance and Leadership Location: Thunder Bay, ON Link out: www.oha.com/aboriginalconference Description: The need to continuously improve the Canadian health care system is a constant, specifically in Aboriginal health care. This October 27, join us to learn from … Continue reading

Coordinator for the National Aboriginal Council on Species at Risk

// // Posted in Careers, First Nations, NAHO Bulletin Board

Refer to competition number 11-09-016 Internal/External Description: The Coordinator for the National Aboriginal Council on Species at Risk (NACOSAR) is responsible for the management and coordination of activities directed by NACOSAR, including the preparation of documents to assist National Aboriginal … Continue reading

Official Status for Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation

// // Posted in Aboriginal Health News, First Nations

The Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Band has been formed and members will soon be able to access benefits and services as Status Indians under the Indian Act. Continue reading

First Nations Health Society seeks Staff Writer

// // Posted in Careers, NAHO Bulletin Board

“We are a diverse and rapidly evolving First Nations health organization of professional, innovative and dedicated team members and leaders. We value your passion and commitment to our vision of “ Healthy, Self- determining and Vibrant BC First Nations Children, … Continue reading

Employment Opportunity: Program Manager, Anishnawbe Health Toronto

// // Posted in Careers, NAHO Bulletin Board

Anishnawbe Health Toronto is mandated by the Aboriginal community of Toronto to provide culture-based and complementary health care services. The community has access to multi-disciplinary teams of health care professionals who include Western and Traditional practitioners. We are seeking an … Continue reading

International Aboriginal Youth Internships

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These internships offer First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth (ages 18-35 inclusive) the opportunity to gain valuable international experience and increase their employment skills while offering benefit to hosting organizations through their work. Through public engagement activities, interns also promoteawareness … Continue reading

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