ESS LECTURE SERIES: Social Determinants of Health Among Indigenous Peoples

Social Determinants of Health Among Indigenous Peoples

Debbie Martin, Health and Human Performance, Dalhousie University, Halifax NS.

Debbie Martin is a Tier II Canada Research Chair and professor of
Indigenous Peoples Health and Well-Being in Dalhousie's School of Health
and Human Performance. She has conducted extensive community-based
research into factors influencing the rate of chronic disease among
Canada's Indigenous peoples. Much of her research draws upon the
Two-Eyed Seeing concept and she is widely recognized for her work
identifying the historical, societal, and racial inequalities within
Indigenous communities and our health-care system.

 

Category

Lectures, Seminars

Time

Starts:
Ends:

Location

Ondaatje Auditorium, McCain Building, 6135 University Avenue

Cost

Free

Additional Information

Free. Open to the public.
Part of the Fall 2018 ESS Lecture Series hosted by the College of Sustainability.

Contact

debra.ross@dal.ca 902-494-7805