The Anishinabek Nation’s Health Transformation Team has been working hard to get this project up-and-running. We have accomplished so much, but some of our recent successes have had the most impact.(more…)
Our 7th Annual Anishinabek Nation Health Conference will take place on January 18, 19, 20, 2022 via Zoom. This year’s theme will be We’eni Masaadan Gibimaadziwin (Journey Well As You Walk Your Life).
Our Conference Elders will be: Mary Elliot, Atikameksheng Anishnawbek and H. Neil Monague, Beausoleil First Nation.
Conference topics include: Cancer Screening; Autism/ADHD/ODD: What it means and how to support our children after diagnosis; Alcohol and Drug Addiction: Long-term effects on our minds and bodies; Foot Care; Indigenous Palliative Care; and, Long-term effects of Metformin.
Registration to open soon.
This year, we are honoured to share the new name of the previously titled Heroes in Health Award: the Tony H. Jocko Memorial Heroes in Health Award, in memoriam of the late Tony H. Jocko. Tony was a valued team member of the Health Secretariat for 15 years serving as the Federal Health Policy Analyst. He was an exceptional advocate and made many contributions to various health organizations and many First Nations. He was instrumental in providing access to special cases in dental and vision care and was active in procuring additional PPE supplies and supporting our communities when the Covid-19 pandemic escalated. Tony was admired and held in the highest regard by those who knew him. His display in kindness, passion and dedication are values that he leaves with us. We are seeking individuals who exemplify their passion in health services and dedication to ensuring that the health and safety of Anishinabek communities across the Anishinabek Nation remain at the forefront.
For details, contact Jess Pamajewon, Conference Coordinator, at email@example.com.