Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health

The Collaborative Specialization in Indigenous Health provides graduate students with training both in the research and practice of Indigenous Health. The program strives to create relationships and collaborate with Indigenous communities and organizations, and to provide a learning environment that respects and values Indigenous worldviews and experiences. The Collaborative Program in Indigenous Health works with the following graduate programs: Adult Education and Community Development, Anthropology, Counselling Psychology, Geography, Medical Science, Nursing Science, Nutritional Science, Public Health Sciences, and Sociology in Education.