Ep. 15: Becoming a Behaviour Detective

Improving Cultural Safety In Pediatric Healthcare

The DPSS team is honoured and proud to have partnered with McGill University’s School of Physical & Occupational Therapy in creating “Stories of Pediatric Rehabilitation Practitioners With/In Indigenous Communities: A Guide to Becoming Culturally Safer”.

DPSS Coordinator Jessica Jackson-Clement and PPRO Team Leader Aimee-Elizabeth Parsons worked with a team of researchers under the supervision of Hiba Zafran, Associate Professor (Teaching).

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