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Panel: Leadership

Graduate Leaders Circle is comprised of graduate students who have obtained some of the most prestigious awards at the University of Calgary (Vanier Scholars and Killam Laureates).

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Book Release & Art Exhibit

“Mayabekamneeboon”
Book Release & Art Exhibit
October 12-20, 2019
University of Calgary
Tayor Institute of Teaching and Learning

Presentation in Valencia

International Summit on Anthropological, Cultural and Sociological Studies
Valencia, Spain
September 26 & 27, 2019

CIHR Gender Idea Fair

June 17-20, 2019
Presenting: “Supporting Indigenous Transgender and Two-Spirit Children, Youth & Families.”

Reconciliation Workshop

Education for Reconciliation:
May 15, 2019
This workshop walks participants through an experiential learning exercise aimed at enhancing intercultural capacity, understanding, empathy and respect for Indigenous people.

Panel: Leadership

Graduate Leaders Circle is comprised of graduate students who have obtained some of the most prestigious awards at the University of Calgary (Vanier Scholars and Killam Laureates).

Reconciliation Workshop

Canadian Public Health Conference
Education for Reconciliation:
This workshop walks participants through an experiential learning exercise aimed at enhancing intercultural capacity, understanding, empathy and respect for the immediate and inter-/trans-generational impacts on Indigenous peoples’ health.

Reconciliation Workshop

Education for Reconciliation:
March 18, 2019
This workshop walks participants through an experiential learning exercise aimed at enhancing intercultural capacity, understanding, empathy and respect for Indigenous people.

Reconciliation Workshop

Education for Reconciliation:
May 10, 2019
This workshop walks participants through an experiential learning exercise aimed at enhancing intercultural capacity, understanding, empathy and respect for Indigenous people.

Panel: Leadership

Leadership in Health Research​
Through engaging with peers, industry professionals, and faculty and staff, you’ll have the opportunity by the end of each day, to be inspired and think about your own career goals, personal leadership style, and how those might contribute to the next chapter in your own life.

Art Exhibit

“Mayabekamneeboon”
Blueberry Patch
As part of the Artists of Theytus Publishing, my illustrations for our upcoming book is exhibited at the Penticton Art Gallery from January 25th to March 23rd, 2019.

Reconciliation Workshop

National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy
Education for Reconciliation: An experiential learning exercise to transform empathy to social action.

Ignite

The first of a series of four conversations aimed to increase community awareness of decolonizing efforts by Indigenous scholars in the Werkland School of Education and the Faculty of Arts.

Reconciliation Workshop

University of Calgary
Aspiring Allies for Indigenous Relations and Research (AAIRR)
Education for Reconciliation: An experiential learning exercise to transform empathy to social action.

Facilitation: Maternal and Infant Health

The Maternal, Newborn, Child & Youth Clinical Network (MNCY), ENRICH and their sponsors are pleased to host this two day conference to initiate improving maternal and infant health in preconception, pregnancy and postpartum.

Lecture: Ana(th)rky Talks

When I began my graduate degree at the University of British Columbia, I imagined breezing through a dissertation. However, the journey took me down what I call the “decolonizing rabbit hole.”

Plenary Presentation

Plenary One – The New Indigenous Scholars
A panel of newly appointed Indigenous scholars share the challenges and opportunities they face at universities and colleges – and discuss what is needed to create a supportive academic environment.

IUAES Presentation

International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences
Embodied Inequalities: Colonialism, Canadian Residential School and Intergenerational Impacts.

Reconciliation Workshop

Canadian Public Health Conference
This workshop walks participants through an experiential learning exercise aimed at enhancing intercultural capacity, understanding, empathy and respect for the immediate and inter-/trans-generational impacts on Indigenous peoples’ health.

Presentation: Maternal Stress

University of Toronto
Faculty of Medicine
Indigenous Women’s Maternal Stress and Perinatal Health Outcomes: The Role of Social Determinants of Health

Reconciliation Workshop

University of Calgary
2018 Conference on Postsecondary Learning.
Education for Reconciliation: An experiential learning exercise to transform empathy to social action.

Global Health Award

2015 CUGH Trainee Reflection Essay Contest
Reflection is a powerful tool in global health education and practice. The CUGH Trainee Reflection Essay Contest in its 3rd year is designed to highlight the power of reflection and transformational experiences by trainees in global health.

Presentation: Maternal Experience

University of Toronto
Faculty of Medicine
Indigenous Women’s Maternal Stress and Perinatal Health Outcomes: The Role of Social Determinants of Health

Presentation: Maternal Experience

Jennifer Leason, PhD candidate shares her research on the Canadian Maternity Experiences Survey and Indigenous women’s experiences

Presentation: Maternal Experience

Jennifer Leason, PhD candidate shares her research on the Canadian Maternity Experiences Survey and Indigenous women’s experiences

Presentation: Maternal Experience

CIHR: Institute of Aboriginal Health
National Gathering of Graduate Students.
Jennifer Leason, PhD candidate shares her research on Indigenous maternal child health and maternity experiences

Research

INDIGENOUS HEALTH & WELL BEING

WOMEN'S HEALTH

MATERNAL-CHILD & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

INDIGENOUS MATERNITY EXPERIENCES

SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH

GENDER & HEALTH

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