By Jesse Johnson
ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE— The Anishinabek Nation’s Health Transformation Team held their inaugural working group meeting on Nov. 30. Some 22 participants comprised of the Health Transformation project team and Health Transformation Working Group members representing 15 Anishinabek Nation First Nations gathered virtually.
Lisa Restoule-Brazier, Health Transformation Engagement & Working Group Coordinator, plans on organizing monthly meetings in 2022 along with some regional meetings. The group listened to Health Transformation Project presentations and worked on the Working Group’s draft Terms of Reference.
The Anishinabek Nation Health Transformation is a community-driven process that collaboratively increases the involvement of First Nations in the planning, design, management, and evaluation of health care services. The Anishinabek Nation Health Transformation Working Group engages the expertise of the member First Nations and health care professionals.
On an ongoing basis, the Anishinabek Nation Health Transformation Working Group will provide guidance, leadership and direction to Anishinabek Nation’s Health Transformation negotiations team. The group will have… Read More