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Welcome Reception

Taking place at the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, all PRIDoC 2022 registered delegates & guests are invited to attend the Welcoming Reception. Please dress in business casual wear or Indigenous fashion, whether traditional or contemporary.

Breakfast
Opening Ceremony
Break
Climate Change Panel
Emmett Aluli (Hawaii)Dr. Rhys Jones (New Zealand)Allison Kelliher (USA)Dr. Hsiao-Chu Lien (Taiwan)Dr. Karen Nicholls (Australia)Shannon Waters (Canada)Dr. Michael Dumont (Canada)

Moderated by Dr. Michael Dumont, this panel focuses on Climate Change featuring the following panelists:

Emmett Aluli (AONK)
Dr. Rhys Jones (TeORA)
Allison Kelliher (AAIP)
Dr. Lien, Hsiao-Chu (MAIPT)
Dr. Karen Nicholls (AIDA)
Shannon Waters (IPAC)

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    Emmett Aluli (Hawaii)

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    Dr. Rhys Jones (New Zealand)

    Associate Professor at University of Auckland
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    Allison Kelliher (USA)

    Director PBRN of University of North Dakota
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    Dr. Hsiao-Chu Lien (Taiwan)

    Family Physician at Lai-Yi District Public Health Center
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    Dr. Karen Nicholls (Australia)

    AIDA
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    Shannon Waters (Canada)

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    Dr. Michael Dumont (Canada)

    Family Physician & Medical Director of Lu'ma Medical Centre
Lunch
IPAC Keynote
Dr. Mandy Buss (Canada)
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    Dr. Mandy Buss (Canada)

    Indigenous Health Lead & Director of Indigenous Health Longitudinal Curriculum for Undergraduate Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine at University of Manitoba

    Aaniin Boozhoo, Dr. Mandy Buss is Métis from the Red River Settlement in Manitoba, Canada. She is the mother of an amazing 8 year old son. Mandy is a Family physician working in a resident teaching clinic that services northern transient patients, and marginalized community in the inner city of Winnipeg. She is the Indigenous Health Lead for the Faculty of Family Medicine and the Director of Indigenous Health Longitudinal Curriculum for the Undergrad Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Manitoba.

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Transition Time

From keynote to breakout room

BREAKOUT #1

Choose 1 of the following:

Room A - Medical Education
Room B - Medical Education
Room C - Youth Health
Room D - Perinatal Health

Break
BREAKOUT #2

Choose 1 of the following:

Room A - Traditional Health
Room B - Cultural Safety
Room C - Climate & Health
Room D - Medical Education

PRIDoC 2022 Banquet

Taking place at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, all PRIDoC 2022 registered delegates & guests are invited to attend the PRIDoC 2022 Dinner & Banquet. Please dress in business, cocktail or Indigenous fashion, whether traditional or contemporary.

Day of Wellness

See PRIDoC 2022 Day of Wellness agenda. Dress casually & don't forget your weather-appropriate clothing.

Breakfast
Transition Time

Go from breakfast to breakout room

BREAKOUT #3

Choose 1 of the following:

Room A - Medical Education
Room B - Chronic Disease
Room C - Social Determinants of Health
Room D - COVID-19

Break
BREAKOUT #4

Choose 1 of the following:

Room A - Medical Education
Room B - Traditional Medicine
Room C - Chronic Disease
Room D - Perinatal Health

Transition Time

Go from breakout room to keynote

TeORA Keynote
Dr. Kasey Tawahra (New Zealand)
  • Dr. Kasey Tawahra (New Zealand) (O&G Surgeon (OB-GYN))

    Dr. Kasey Tawahra (New Zealand)

    O&G Surgeon (OB-GYN)

    Kasey is a O&G Surgeon (OB-GYN in your land) working in an area of very high Māori population where inequitable outcomes blight the community. Kasey is big on prevention of cervical cancer, equitable outcomes across her specialty, cultural safety with her specialty college and has been very active in the Te Rōpu Whakakaupapa Urutā (COVID19) efforts to get appropriate resource and action for Māori communities.

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Lunch
AONK Keynote
Dr. Marcus Kawika Iwane (Hawaii)
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    Dr. Marcus Kawika Iwane (Hawaii)

    Chief at Kaiser West Oahu Medical Office

    Marcus Kawika Iwane, MD, is an internist for Hawaii Permanente Medical Group. He is Chief of Kaiser West Oahu Medical Office. He earned his medical degree from the University of Hawaii School of Medicine. In 2018, he was named to Pacific Business News’ 40 Under 40 list of exceptional leaders and was recognized on the peer-nominated list Best Doctors in America®. He is the 2021 recipient of the Kaiser Permanente David Lawrence Community Service Award.

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Transition Time

Go from keynote to breakout room

BREAKOUT #5

Choose 1 of the following:

Room A - Medical Education
Room B - Chronic Disease
Room C - Youth Health
Room D - Indigenous Health

Break
BREAKOUT #6

Choose 1 of the following:
Room A - Medical Education
Room B - Traditional Medicine
Room C - Public Health
Room D - Rural Health

Transition Time

Go from breakout room to keynote

AIDA Keynote
Dr. Crystal Williams (Australia)
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    Dr. Crystal Williams (Australia)

    Dr Crystal Williams is a Wiradjuri woman and consultant dermatologist who is clinical lead and founder of the Royal Melbourne First Nations Dermatology Clinic. She undertook her junior doctor training in Northern Australia where she was first exposed to the burden of skin disease. She has trained in both Australia and Oxford and is a recipient of a prestigious Digital Health Award for her innovative First Nations Clinic.

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Dinner & Cultural Sharing Night

Taking place at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, all PRIDoC 2022 registered delegates & guests are invited to attend the Dinner & Cultural Sharing Night. Please dress in business, cocktail or Indigenous fashion, whether traditional or contemporary.

Breakfast
LGBTQIA2S+ Health Panel
Dr. Dee-Ann Carpenter (Hawaii)Dr. Jordan Gibbs (New Zealand)Allison Kelliher (USA)James Makokis (Canada)Ciwang Teyra (Taiwan)Dr. Marcia Anderson (Canada)

Moderated by Dr. Marcia Anderson, this panel focuses on LGBTQIA2S+ Health featuring the following panelists:

Dr. Dee-Ann Carpenter (AONK)
Dr. Jordan Gibbs (TeORA)
Allison Kelliher (AAIP)
Dr. James Makokis (IPAC)
Ciwang Teyra(MAIPT)

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    Dr. Dee-Ann Carpenter (Hawaii)

    Associate Professor at University of Hawaii
  • Dr. Jordan Gibbs (New Zealand) (Doctor)

    Dr. Jordan Gibbs (New Zealand)

    Doctor
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    Allison Kelliher (USA)

    Director PBRN of University of North Dakota
  • James Makokis (Canada) (Family Physician)

    James Makokis (Canada)

    Family Physician
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    Ciwang Teyra (Taiwan)

  • Dr. Marcia Anderson (Canada) (Vice-Dean, Indigenous Health and Executive Director of Indigenous Academic Affairs at Ongomiizwin Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing, University of Manitoba)

    Dr. Marcia Anderson (Canada)

    Vice-Dean, Indigenous Health and Executive Director of Indigenous Academic Affairs at Ongomiizwin Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing, University of Manitoba
MAIPT Keynote
Dr. Huei-Win Tien (Taiwan)

Is information technology helping or hindering the building up of community resilience during the COVID-19 and beyond?

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    Dr. Huei-Win Tien (Taiwan)

    Keynote Speaker at MAIPT
Transition Time

Go from keynote to breakout room

BREAKOUT #7

Choose 1 of the following workshops:

Room A - Medical Education
Room B - Medical Education
Room C - Social Determinants of Health

Transition Time

Go from breakout room to panel discussion

COVID-19 Panel
Dr. Evan Adams (Canada)Sheri Daniels (Hawaii)Dr. Rebekah Eatmon (Canada)Dr. De-Win Lin (Taiwan)Dr. Mary Owen (USA)Dr Mark Wenitong (Australia)Dr. Lily Fraser (New Zealand)

Moderated by Dr. Rebekah Eatmon, this panel focuses on COVID-19 featuring the following panelists:

Dr. Evan Adams (IPAC)
Sheri Daniels (AONK)
Dr. Lily Fraser (TeORA)
Dr. Mary Owen (AAIP)
Dr. Lin, De-Win (MAIPT)
Dr. Mark Wenitong (AIDA)

  • Dr. Evan Adams (Canada) (Deput Chief Medical Officer at Indigenous Services Canada)

    Dr. Evan Adams (Canada)

    Deput Chief Medical Officer at Indigenous Services Canada
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    Sheri Daniels (Hawaii)

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    Dr. Rebekah Eatmon (Canada)

    Indigenous Family Physician at Lu'ma Medical Centre
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    Dr. De-Win Lin (Taiwan)

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    Dr. Mary Owen (USA)

    DirectorAssociation of American Indian & Minority Health at University of Minnesota Medical School
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    Dr Mark Wenitong (Australia)

  • Dr. Lily Fraser (New Zealand) (Dr/ Clinical Director/ GP of Turuki Healthcare)

    Dr. Lily Fraser (New Zealand)

    Dr/ Clinical Director/ GP of Turuki Healthcare
Lunch & Gift Presentations
Closing Ceremony