Alberta Indigenous Mentorship in Health Innovation (AIM-HI) Information Session

Please join us for the Alberta Indigenous Mentorship in Health Innovation (AIM-HI) information session on March 31, 2021 at 4:00 on Zoom for two AIM-HI supported graduate student presentations and to learn more about the AIM-HI Program and how it could become part of your university experience.

The Alberta Indigenous Mentorship in Health Innovation (AIM-HI) Network represents a commitment on the part of established Indigenous and non-indigenous health researchers at distinct stages of their careers and community partners to strengthen and provide new and expanded opportunities for FNMI mentees to pursue and succeed in health research careers.


Speakers

Grant Bruno, Department of Pediatrics

Grant Bruno

Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta

Grant Bruno will present his PhD research which is community based and will take place in Maskwacis. Grant will be qualitatively exploring the lived experience of autism spectrum disorder from a nehiyaw (Cree) lens.


Keith King, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta

Keith King

Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta

Keith King will talk about his approach to his PhD research exploring Métis knowledge around HPV prevention in the unique context of Métis people in Alberta.


Katrina Fras, University of Calgary

Katrina Fras

University of Calgary

Katrina Fras from the University of Calgary will also provide an overview of the AIM-HI program, including support for student-led activities, stipends, experiential student research, and other opportunities.