FNHMA Weekly Virtual Town Halls are now on an extended break!

This is not the end of the virtual town halls; this is only a break. FNHMA will continue to support our members and First Nations health managers, please be on the lookout for other news and FNHMA initiatives.

Thank you for tuning in to watch for the past 13 weeks!

 

FNHMA  Weekly Virtual Town Hall features speakers from different organizations who provide credible and reliable information, resources, and updates about what their organizations are doing to combat COVID – 19.

Below are links to all previous Town Halls.

FNHMA weekly Town Halls are available to stream on the FNHMA Facebook pages as well as www.ihtoday.ca

FNHMA provides these Town Halls with assistance from NationTalk and are produced by Indigenous Health Today.

 

March 25 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here
  • The discussion covered topic such as updates from FNHMA on ISC Communications; Tools and Rellevant Sources of Information; and Supports that are available during COVID-19
April 2 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here.
  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from FNHMA on ISC Communications; Tools and Relevant Sources of Information; and Using Culture to Support Wellness During COVID-19
April 9 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here
  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Dr. Tom Wong ISC and Dr. Valerie Gideon FNIHB; Tools and Relevant Sources of Information; and a focus on Youth.
April 16 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here
  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Indigneous Youth organizations about their activities during covid-19 and how indigneous youth can access supports and stay connected.
April 23 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here
  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from AFN, updates from ISC and available resources to communities,
April 30 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here
  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from AFN Regional Chiefs Kluane Adamek, Kevin Hart, and Marlene Poitras

 

May 7 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here.

  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada, Canadian Indigenous Nurses Association, and the First Nations Information Governance Centre.

 

May 14 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here.

  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Indigenous Services Canada, Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation, and Ginew Wellness Center.

 

May 21 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here.

  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from the National Aboriginal Council of Midwives, Thunderbird Partnership Foundation, and the First Peoples Wellness Circle

 

May 28 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here.

  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Indigenous Services Canada/FNIHB and AFOA Canada.

 

 

June 4 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here.

  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Indigenous Service Canada Public Health Division, and Peguis First Nation.

 

June 11 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here.

  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Indigenous Services Canada/FNIHB, and the First Nations Health Authority.

 

June 18 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here.

  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Indigenous Services Canada/FNIHB, Kabaowek First Nation, FNHMA, First Peoples Wellness Circle, and the Thunderbird Partnership Foundation.

 

June 25 FNHMA Virtual Town Hall is available to view Here. French is available Here.

  • The discussion covered topics such as updates from Indigenous Services Canada/FNIHB – Communicable Disease Control Division and the Federation of Soverign Indigenous Nations.