The 4th Annual AGE-WELL conference will be held in Vancouver from October 16-18, 2018 followed by the Canadian Association of Gerontology (CAG 2018) conference also being held in Vancouver from October 16-18, 2018. Our researchers will be presenting our recent journal submission titled “Technology User Needs of Indigenous Older Adults Requiring Dementia Care” in both poster and presentation formats at both of these conferences. Our HQP will also participate in the working sessions, information sessions and Lunch ‘n’ Learns that are held during the AGE-WELL conference. More details will be posted on the Morning Star Lodge website and on the blog as it becomes available.
The 47th Annual Scientific and Education Meeting of the CAG, is Canada’s premier association of those who work, do research or have an interest in the field of aging. Participants can hear from experts in the field of aging across a range of disciplines and professions including health, social science, practice, and policy.
The 3rd Annual Indigenous Consultation Atlantic conference will bring consultation and engagement discussions to the forefront, addressing contentious issues and analyzing the legal updates. This conference builds on the success of the inaugural event at the Membertou Trade & Convention Centre, in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The conference workshops and events are designed for all aspiring and currently practicing health professionals. The conference offers a great opportunity to network with other health directors, managers, and coordinators, band councillors, as well as Elders from all across Canada.
The 22nd British Columbia Association of Pregnancy Outreach Programs (BCAPOP) Conference Exploring Mental Health: Well-being for Infants, Parents and Support Workers
The British Columbia Association of Pregnancy Outreach Programs conference is designed to offer delegates training sessions that provide practical information and a deeper understanding of issues faced by marginalized women living in conditions of risk. Delegates will also be taught strategies to support their daily work and a opportunity to network with other professionals in the field.
Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA)- Research Community and Partners Annual Event
Given the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging productivity and growing number of scientific outputs, this year will feature an event that will share progress with the general public and two Science Days for more scientific exchange. You may find more information regarding the event here.
The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) - The 13th Annual Northern Health Research Conference (NHRC)
This conference demonstrates Northern Ontario School of Medicine’s commitment to health care and education for the people of Northern Ontario and beyond. The NHRC continues to explore research projects within Northern Ontario arising from community-based activities. It will highlight projects underway by students, residents, and community-based researchers.
Morning Star Lodge and community parters will be attendance of the Water Economics, Policy, and Governance Network (WEPGN) AGM held September 13th to September 14th at the University of British Columbia. Active members of the network's Phase II and Phase III will be providing brief presentations on the current progress on their respective projects. More details will be posted on the Morning Star Lodge website and on the blog as it becomes available.
The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2018 is a conference in which international investigators, clinicians, and care providers gather to share the latest study results, theories, and discoveries that will help bring the world closer to breakthroughs in dementia research.
After Canada 150: Restoring Indigenous Knowledge and building Community Connections. Elders and Knowledge Keeper Conference.
After Canada 150: Restoring Indigenous Knowledge and Building Community Connections is a two-day gathering designed to facilitate rich cross-fertilization of Indigenous knowledge between communities and the academy. Indigenous knowledge lives in the experiences of its keepers through the art of storytelling; the knowledge is transferred from the keeper of the story to the people to share, learn, and pass on knowledge.
The Food Security Coordinator at Four Arrows Regional Health Authority Inc. has seen first-hand the interest and need for Indigenous communities to reconnect with their food systems by being connected to Mother Earth, and finding a definite need for these knowledges. This is the vision of how the Indigenous Food Sovereignty Summit began.