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Upcoming webinar: Reducing stigma in sexual and reproductive health care for Indigenous women, girls and gender-diverse people

This webinar is presented by the Canadian Public Health Association as part of their webinar series on "Reducing stigma related to sexuality, substance use and STBBIs".

When: Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Time: 10:00 - 11:00 AM PST

Register here for this event.

Speakers: RJ Jones and Melissa Lambert, Native Women's Association of Canada

With the growing awareness of the need to provide trauma-informed care for all people, it is important that Indigenous voices are being represented in these conversations.

During this interactive webinar, participants will explore what culturally-relevant, gender-based and trauma-informed sexual and reproductive health care should look like, and gain practical tips on how to provide this care to Indigenous women, girls and gender-diverse people.

Participants will also learn about the Native Women's Association of Canada's trauma-informed STBBI resources and will be walked through concepts such as intergenerational trauma; Indigenous determinants of health; as well as stigma and discrimination and how these experiences contribute to negative sexual and reproductive health outcomes for Indigenous women, girls and gender-diverse people.

Register here for this event.

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