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Medical conference for physicians: The Skin Spectrum Summit, now in its seventh successful year, is a landmark educational congress of healthcare professionals committed to providing better dermatologic care for Canada's diverse population. This March, organizers are holding a special session of the Summit to address specific challenges in treating Canada's Indigenous community. 

The first Indigenous Skin Spectrum Summit will seek to improve healthcare practitioners cultural competence and will provide practical advice on treating Indigenous patients. Coinciding with National Close the Gap Day, a day of action in support of achieving Indigenous health equality. 

The 2021 Indigenous Skin Spectrum Summit, will be a two-part virtual online program.
The Curriculum Chairs of the 2021 Skin Spectrum Summit is Dr. Rachel Asiniwasis and 
Dr. Gary Sibbald.

Credits: This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 5.25  Mainpro+ credits. A certificate will be emailed to you after the Summit 

VIRTUAL SUMMIT DATES

Thursday March 18, 2021 - 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. EDT

Saturday March 20, 2021 - 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. EDT

 

2021 INDIGENOUS SKIN SPECTRUM SUMMIT

COMMUNITY & INDUSTRY PARTNERS

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2021 INDIGENOUS SKIN SPECTRUM SUMMIT FACULTY

Dr. Rachel Netahe Asiniwasis

Double-board certified dermatologist. She is currently practicing in Regina, Sask.

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Dr. Gary Sibbald

Dermatologist and Internist, Professor of Medicine and Public Health, 

University of Toronto

Dr. Blair Stonechild

Professor Indigenous Studies, First Nations University, B.A. (McGill), M.A. (UofR), PhD (UofR) Adjunct Professor, Dept. of History

FACULTY
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Dr. Veronica McKinney

Indigenous physician and director of University of Saskatchewan Northern Medical Services

FACULTY