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HINT 408 Cultural Safety in Health: Indigenous Perspectives
A critical exploration of cultural identity and racism (historical and contemporary) within health systems to help students develop competencies for improved sensitivity and responsiveness to Aboriginal people within health care, research, institutions, and community. Credit will be granted for only one of HINT 408 or HINT 508.
Pre-reqs: (Third-year standing.)
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|HINT 408 001||Lecture||1||Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri||8:30||15:30|
Please note, this coursework begins before Summer Session Term 1 commences.
Virtual classroom dates are May 10-13. Be preapred for full days. May 14 will be a field day (virtually) - details to follow. Pre-readings will be posted on Canvas 1-2 weeks before this class. The final assignment is due approximately 2-3 weeks after the intensive classroom time.
Students are required to attend all five full day (8:30-3:30) virtual classes during the intensive week.
If you have questions about the course, please contact DONNA KURTZ (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|HINT 408 WL1||Waiting List||1|
See course section notes for details. This waitlist is for HINT 408 001.