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Join UBC Learning Circle for the 2019 Indigenous Speaker Series with Lisa Boivin where she will share how her art depicts the link between history and poor health outcomes for Indigenous patients. Lisa utilizes her artistic skills to understand and assert Indigenous worldviews, which promotes individual and community learning.
CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is honoured to support the UBC Learning Circle as a partner to bring you this event.
Please note that this event is also being offered as a webinar. For more information on the UBC Learning Circle 2019 Indigenous Speaker Series and to register for the webinar, click here (https://learningcircle.ubc.ca/2019/07/03/lisa-boivin-2019/).
About the Presenter: Lisa Boivin is a member of the Deninu K’ue First Nation in the Northwest Territories; she is a bioethics specialist and graduate student at the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute at University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine. Her academic focuses are: art-based medical discourse, informed consent, cultural safety and cultural reclamation.
Venue: First Nations Longhouse