The IDEA Dialogues is a series of empowerment panels designed to explore Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility (IDEA) within the profession of pharmacy and to give a voice to those who need to be heard.
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Health disparities, system inequality and racism are challenges that Indigenous patients and Indigenous pharmacy professionals continue to experience on a daily basis in Canada. With the knowledge of the clinical value of safe spaces for Indigenous patients, addressing these factors is a critical aspect in improving health outcomes. In this session, you’ll hear from a panel of Indigenous pharmacy professionals as they discuss their experiences within the pharmacy community, the role that pharmacists can play in understanding and addressing health disparities facing Indigenous patients and communities and how we can better provide culturally safe, inclusive care.
- Amy Lamb, BSP
Chief Executive Officer, Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals of Canada
- Panellist: Jaris Swidrovich, BSP, PharmD, PhD( c), AAHIVP
Assistant Professor, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Chair, Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals of Canada
- Panellist: Andrea Brewer, BSP, ACPR, CDE
Consultant Pharmacist, Right as Rain Consulting
- Panellist: Kierra FineDay, BSP
NIHB Navigator/Investigator II, Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nation