The SE First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program’s interprofessional team of clinical and health service solutions experts is experienced in helping organizations and communities evaluate gaps in current service delivery models. Our team provides recommendations on innovative solutions that enhance service delivery and increase access to care. We work in collaboration with communities to co-develop / co-design solutions that build on their strengths and wise practices, ensuring nation-based, community driven approaches.
Service Delivery Models
Supporting communities and organizations to build effective, timely, strength-based models of care delivery, from community, for community.
Co-designing tools and processes to seamlessly integrate into existing or new operations, governance and systems, ensuring quality and performance
Evaluations & Review
Working with communities and organizations to develop and undertake assessment and evaluation frameworks
Supporting communities and organizations to develop evidence-based standards, policies and procedures that are infused with cultural considerations to ensure relevancy for community-based practice.
Developing support resources such as nursing and community health practice manuals for health care organizations, Tribal Councils, and provincial/territorial organizations
The program has undertaken numerous national and regional projects to co-develop health service supports in collaboration with communities and community-based health staff. Some examples include: