Webinar Recording Available: Dialogue and Storywork
Webinar on the Dialogue and Storywork in Support of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Cancer Patients throughout Oncology and Primary Care Transition Experiences (Dialogue & Storywork)
The Dialogue and Storywork webinar highlighted the trusted partnerships, methodology, processes and learning outcomes of this meaningful project funded by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. Dialogue and Storywork documented individuals’ cancer stories from First Nation communities in the Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba on video and shared them through a brokered dialogue process with oncology and primary care providers.
Dialogue and Storywork aimed to improve First Nation, Inuit and Métis (FNIM) cancer patient transition experiences and to increase available knowledge and information for primary and oncology care providers of the care needs of cancer patients and their families, care providers and communities during these periods.
Dialogue and Storywork objectives included:
- Improve FNIM cancer patient transition experiences from time of diagnosis, through treatment and care, and upon discharge to a variety of community-based and primary care services.
- Develop sustainable working relationships between FNIM communities and primary and oncology care providers.
- Increase FNIM community ownership of strategies to improve cancer outcomes.
- Increase availability of culturally relevant and safe knowledge and information for primary care and oncology care providers of the care needs of FNIM cancer patients, families, care providers, and communities.
This webinar highlighted:
- The steps in brokered dialogue
- Building trusted partnerships
- The importance of community champions
- Learning outcomes
- Video tools and resources developed
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For more information contact:
Saint Elizabeth First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program
289 997 5658
office or 647 462 8614