KB Cultural Safety
April 7th, 2022 | KB Cultural Safety, Resources Launch
*NEW* practitioner tools & resources are available to support and enhance our practice of Indigenous cultural safety and humility in Kootenay Boundary. The provision of culturally safe care is one of eight attributes of the delivery of care through the Primary Care Network.
All practitioners and health care teams are encouraged to visit kbculturalsafety.org >, to explore these new resources including 'Cultivating Culturally Safe Care in Your Clinic' a practitioner toolkit, an inventory of Aboriginal patient resources, and more.
We hope these resources provide a stepping stone to help you build approaches to care in your practice that contribute to cultural safety for all Indigenous patients in Kootenay Boundary.
In a good spirit,
Sage Laboucan, KB Aboriginal Health Coordinator
Dr. Leah Seaman, KB Cultural Safety Working Group Physician Lead
Information practitioners can use to take action in building approaches to care that contribute to greater cultural humility for all care providers, with the goal of creating safety and improving care for Indigenous peoples in Kootenay Boundary.
An inventory of resources available, filterable by nation, for practitioners to use in helping patients to find the health care supports they need for themselves, and/or their family.
A selection of resources to support further learning and self-reflection to understand personal and systemic biases and to develop and maintain respectful processes and relationships based on mutual trust.
These resources have been developed by the KB Cultural Safety Working Group with the support of Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice, Kootenay Boundary Aboriginal Services Collaborative, and Circle of Indigenous Nations Society.
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