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Karen Wong
Leah Taylor
Jorden Hendry
Jorden Hendry
Project: Instructions have been provided: Understanding
and implementing Foundational Commitments to
Indigenous Peoples in the BC Office of the Provincial
Health Officer.
Unlearning and undoing systemic white supremacy and racism within the BC OPHO
Instructions have been provided: Actioning
Foundational Commitments to Indigenous
Peoples in the BC Office of the Provincial
Health Officer
Jorden Hendry (Tsimshian/settler, Lax Kw’alaams)
UBC SPPH PhD student
Acknowledgement Inherent Rights of Indigenous Peoples
• First Nations territories stretch to
every inch of this province.
• Inherent rights, rooted in
connection to lands and waters,
have never been ceded or
surrendered.
• Inherent rights are upheld in
international, national, and
provincial law.
• Long-standing Indigenous laws and
systems are integrally tied to the
lands and waters of these
territories.
• Generations of Indigenous rights
holders who are First Nations,
Métis, and Inuit from elsewhere in
“Canada” also call these lands and
waters home.
The First Peoples’ Map of B.C.
The BC Office of the Provincial Health Officer
(OPHO)
Provincial Health Officer is the senior public health
official for BC and is responsible for:
• Monitoring the health of the population of BC
• Advises, in an independent manner, the ministers and public
officials on public health issues and on the need for public health
related legislation, policies and practices
• Recommends actions to improve health and wellness in BC
Background
Clear & foundational directions that require us to
arrest systemic white supremacy
Instructions
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (1996)
Truth & Reconciliation - 94 Calls to Action (2015)
Draft Principles that Guide the Province of British Columbia’s Relationship
with Indigenous Peoples – 10 Principles (2018)
MMIW&G - 231 Calls for Justice (2019)
In Plain Sight - 24 Recommendations (2020)
Disaggregated Data Collection in BC: Grandmother Perspective (2020)
Declaration Act Action Plan – 89 actions (2022)
Our
Tool
Qualitative Findings
Qualitative
Findings
A Handful of
Pragmatic
Findings to Arrest
White Supremacy
& Indigenous-
Specific Racism in
the OPHO
Starting conversations with our
grounding principles brings a
sacredness to the work.
Starting conversations with the
inherent rights of Indigenous
peoples is important and
effective in shifting the tone.
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Quantitative Findings
OPHO Engagement with Foundational
Commitments to Indigenous Peoples (n=22)
Quantitative
Findings
How did we respond?
Overview of Foundational Commitments to
Indigenous Peoples Series
Session 2
October 18th
1. United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
(UNDRIP)
2. BC Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (BC DRIPA)
3. Declaration Act Action Plan
Session 1
September 20th
1. Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action
(TRC)
2. Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women and Girls: Calls to Justice
(MMIWG)
Series
Overview
Homework: Identify at least one action you can do, or currently do, to uphold UNDRIP Article
24 in your specific OPHO work
Take away message: the net of settler colonialism prevents Indigenous peoples from exercising their
inherent rights and the net remains firmly in place
Homework: Identify at least one instruction from each report (TRC & MMIWG) relevant to your specific
OPHO work
Take away message: Indigenous Peoples have and continue to share their truths - it is settlers'
responsibility to uphold and honour those truths through action.
Overview of Foundational Commitments to
Indigenous Peoples Series
Session 4
December 13th
In Plain Sight: Addressing Indigenous-specific Racism and
Discrimination in B.C. Health Care
Session 3
November 15th
Accountability & demonstrating trustworthiness
Series
Overview
Homework: Identify at least one instruction from In Plain Sight relevant to your specific OPHO work
Take away message: we need to build collective strength to confront individual and systemic racism
occurring in BC.
We will dive deeper into how to integrate all these teachings in everyday work. Rather than being a step-
by-step guide, it will be members of the OPHO working with us to reflect on ways we can support the
integration of this work using our sphere of influence.
DEC 2022: OPHO Engagement with Foundational
Commitments to Indigenous Peoples (n=20)
Second
Round
–
Quant
Results
UNDRIP, BC DRIPA & Action Plan Comparisons
• Darker colour is the newest data.
• No one is “not aware” of UNDRIP & BC DRIPA anymore; still some people not aware of the Action Plan.
• Overall, there is a move towards “taken action” and “engaged with” since last June.
• We still have a ways to go to support engagement with the Action Plan.
National Commitments Comparisons
• Darker colour is the newest data.
• No one is “not aware” of TRC & MMIWG anymore; still some people not aware of 10 Principles.
• Overall, there is a move towards ““engaged with” since last June.
• Fewer shared “taken action” for each of these compared to the first round.
• Very few have “taken action” on MMIWG – how can we support greater engagement with this one across the office?
• Consider sunsetting 10 Principles focus in favour of Declaration Act Action Plan focus
• Caution: did not perform tests for statistically significant changes.
In Plain Sight Comparison
• Darker colour is the newest data.
• No one is “not aware” anymore
• Overall, move towards “taken action” and
“engaged with” since last June.
• Next time, add BC CS&H Standard for
Health Organizations.
• Caution: did not perform tests for
statistically significant changes.
Foundational Obligations require everyday attention
and action from all OPHO to uphold inherent rights
Training for OPHO staff members that is:
Is necessary to mitigate harmful outcomes with Indigenous Peoples.
Guided
Mandated
During work hours
Enabled by leadership
Comprehensive
Leah Taylor
Project: Everyone Can Play: A Knowledge Translation
Resource to Promote Physical Activity Participation of
Children with Disabilities in London, Ontario.
Founder & CEO San Francisco, CA
Everyone Can Play
A Resource to Support
Physical Activity Participation for Children with Disabilities
in London, Ontario
Leah Taylor, MSc, PhD/MScOT (Can.)
Dr. Trish Tucker
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We acknowledge the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Lūnaapéewak and Chonnonton Nations, whose
traditional territories are where this resource was produced.
• Physical activity (PA)
levels vary widely by
disability type
• Overall, PA levels are low
1) Background Literature
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Positioning
• Promoting inclusive PA
opportunities in the sport and
recreation sector is a positive
first step to supporting PA
levels
Bassett-Gunter R et al. A systematic scoping review: Resources targeting the training and education of health and
recreation practitioners to support physical activity among people with physical disabilities. Disability & Health
Journal. 2019 Oct 1;12(4):542-50.
2) Considerations for PA
Positioning
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• A virtual tool amalgamating
adaptive/inclusive/para- PA
opportunities in London
3) Put In Context
Positioning
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Integrated
Knowledge
Translation
Framework
Intervention
Content
Participants
& Roles
Intervention
Mode of
Delivery
Evaluation
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Environmental Scan
Everyone Can Play
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"Recommendations for developing and
disseminating PA information for
families of children with disabilities"
Everyone Can Play
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Everyone Can Play
Sports = 32
Organizations/
Opportunities
Camps = 7
Organizations/
Opportunities
Fitness & Rec = 5
Organizations/
Opportunities
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Metrics &
Dissemination
"Living" document
• Changes or suggestions: cyn@london.ca
Virtual/Print Poster:
• https://www.childpalab.ca/post/
everyone-can-play
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Ongoing Promotion
News Coverage
Website Publication
Stakeholder distribution
Stakeholder Presentations
Social Media Promotion
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Thank You
ltaylo83@uwo.ca
@leahtaylor09
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Karen Wong
Project: How academic work implements public health
knowledge translation strategies: Using a study on older
adults’ access to technology as an example
How academic work
implements public health
knowledge translation
strategies: Using a study on
older adults’ access to
technology as an example
Karen Wong
klywong1@mail.ubc.ca
Land
acknowledgement
• I am in Vancouver. I would like to begin by
acknowledging that the land on which I am
is the tradi9onal, ancestral, and unceded
territory of the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam)
People.
Thank you!
• Sincere thanks to the
National Collaborating
Centre for Public
Health (NCCPH) for the
award
• Great encouragement
for me to continue
knowledge translation
work
Overview
• The study
• Conven.onal outputs
• Knowledge transla.on strategies
Background
More health
information,
resources, and
services are moving
online and remotely
Access to technology
is becoming a
necessity for older
adults
Methods
• Service enhancement study in British Columbia, Canada from
March 2020 to February 2021
• Qualitative research methods
• Interviewed 28 stakeholders (older adults who are volunteers
supporting other older adults, older adult service providers,
and policy developers)
• Observed in service provision sessions
• Conducted a thematic analysis following a mix of inductive and
deductive approaches
Finding 1. Older adults’ access to technology
requires technological equipment, the Internet,
knowledge, and confidence.
• Many older adults lack either one or
more of these resources
• The four resources are inter-related Access to
technology
Internet
Equipment Knowledge
Confidence
Finding 2. There are within-group variations among
older adults in access to these resources.
• Some groups experience more challenges than others in
access to these resources
• E.g., low-income, socially isolated, immigrants
• Low income: “A client wishes to join our online program, but
his Internet is unstable because he shares the Internet with his
neighbor as he can’t afford it on his own.” (interview with
volunteer)
Conventional
outputs
• Academic conference
presenta.ons and conference
proceedings
• Peer-reviewed journal ar.cle
and peer-reviewed book
chapter
1. Public
education
• A public workshop in
collaboration with AGE-WELL
• Invited to share at public forums
and panels, and media
• A report in accessible language
and distributed it throughout
British Columbia and Canada
• Attracting people from diverse
backgrounds, including older
adults, public health staff, and
managers, across Canada
2. Infographic
policy brief
• An infographic policy brief
was created in language
accessible to the public
• Sent to different
departments and
organizations in British
Columbia
3. Using findings to support
national policy campaign
• The findings of this study have been
adopted to support the national
advocacy work for older adults’
access to affordable Internet
• We successfully lobbied TELUS to
extend their low-cost Internet
program for low-income older
adults
Questions/
Comments
klywong1@mail.ubc.ca
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Insights from the 2023 Knowledge Translation Student Award Recipients

  • 1. Welcome! • This webinar will be recorded. • Your microphone and camera will be turned off for the duration of the webinar. • To ensure accessibility, live captions can be enabled from the control panel.
  • 2. June 27, 2023 Presenters: Jorden Hendry Karen Wong Leah Taylor Facilitator: Karlene Stoby Insights from the 2023 Knowledge Translation Student Award Recipients
  • 3. Housekeeping • Connection issues • We recommend using a wired Internet Connection • If you are experiencing technical issues please send a private message to Alanna Miller • Use the Q&A and chat to post questions and/or comments throughout the webinar • Post your questions in the Q&A • Send questions about technical difficulties in a private chat to Alanna Miller • Polling
  • 4. After Today After the webinar, access the recording (in English) at www.youtube.com/nccmt and slides in English and French at www.slideshare.net/NCCMT/presentations.
  • 5. Pre-webinar Polling Questions 1.How many people are watching today’s session with you? A) Just Me B) 2-3 C) 4-5 D) 6-10 E) >10 2. Have you visited the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools’ website or used its resources before? A) Yes B) No 3. If you stated YES on the previous question, how many times have you used the NCCMT’s resources? A) Once B) 2-3 times C) 4-10 times D) 10+ times
  • 6.
  • 8. NCCMT Products and Services Registry of Methods and Tools Online Learning Opportunities Workshops Video Series Public Health+ Networking and Outreach
  • 10. Jorden Hendry Project: Instructions have been provided: Understanding and implementing Foundational Commitments to Indigenous Peoples in the BC Office of the Provincial Health Officer.
  • 11. Unlearning and undoing systemic white supremacy and racism within the BC OPHO Instructions have been provided: Actioning Foundational Commitments to Indigenous Peoples in the BC Office of the Provincial Health Officer Jorden Hendry (Tsimshian/settler, Lax Kw’alaams) UBC SPPH PhD student
  • 12. Acknowledgement Inherent Rights of Indigenous Peoples • First Nations territories stretch to every inch of this province. • Inherent rights, rooted in connection to lands and waters, have never been ceded or surrendered. • Inherent rights are upheld in international, national, and provincial law. • Long-standing Indigenous laws and systems are integrally tied to the lands and waters of these territories. • Generations of Indigenous rights holders who are First Nations, Métis, and Inuit from elsewhere in “Canada” also call these lands and waters home. The First Peoples’ Map of B.C.
  • 13. The BC Office of the Provincial Health Officer (OPHO) Provincial Health Officer is the senior public health official for BC and is responsible for: • Monitoring the health of the population of BC • Advises, in an independent manner, the ministers and public officials on public health issues and on the need for public health related legislation, policies and practices • Recommends actions to improve health and wellness in BC Background
  • 14. Clear & foundational directions that require us to arrest systemic white supremacy Instructions Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (1996) Truth & Reconciliation - 94 Calls to Action (2015) Draft Principles that Guide the Province of British Columbia’s Relationship with Indigenous Peoples – 10 Principles (2018) MMIW&G - 231 Calls for Justice (2019) In Plain Sight - 24 Recommendations (2020) Disaggregated Data Collection in BC: Grandmother Perspective (2020) Declaration Act Action Plan – 89 actions (2022)
  • 17. Qualitative Findings A Handful of Pragmatic Findings to Arrest White Supremacy & Indigenous- Specific Racism in the OPHO Starting conversations with our grounding principles brings a sacredness to the work. Starting conversations with the inherent rights of Indigenous peoples is important and effective in shifting the tone. Colonial Knots V a r i a b l e K n o w l e d g e E n a b l i n g L e a d e r s h i p Operational Support C l e a r G u i d a n c e
  • 19. OPHO Engagement with Foundational Commitments to Indigenous Peoples (n=22) Quantitative Findings
  • 20. How did we respond?
  • 21. Overview of Foundational Commitments to Indigenous Peoples Series Session 2 October 18th 1. United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) 2. BC Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (BC DRIPA) 3. Declaration Act Action Plan Session 1 September 20th 1. Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action (TRC) 2. Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women and Girls: Calls to Justice (MMIWG) Series Overview Homework: Identify at least one action you can do, or currently do, to uphold UNDRIP Article 24 in your specific OPHO work Take away message: the net of settler colonialism prevents Indigenous peoples from exercising their inherent rights and the net remains firmly in place Homework: Identify at least one instruction from each report (TRC & MMIWG) relevant to your specific OPHO work Take away message: Indigenous Peoples have and continue to share their truths - it is settlers' responsibility to uphold and honour those truths through action.
  • 22. Overview of Foundational Commitments to Indigenous Peoples Series Session 4 December 13th In Plain Sight: Addressing Indigenous-specific Racism and Discrimination in B.C. Health Care Session 3 November 15th Accountability & demonstrating trustworthiness Series Overview Homework: Identify at least one instruction from In Plain Sight relevant to your specific OPHO work Take away message: we need to build collective strength to confront individual and systemic racism occurring in BC. We will dive deeper into how to integrate all these teachings in everyday work. Rather than being a step- by-step guide, it will be members of the OPHO working with us to reflect on ways we can support the integration of this work using our sphere of influence.
  • 23. DEC 2022: OPHO Engagement with Foundational Commitments to Indigenous Peoples (n=20) Second Round – Quant Results
  • 24. UNDRIP, BC DRIPA & Action Plan Comparisons • Darker colour is the newest data. • No one is “not aware” of UNDRIP & BC DRIPA anymore; still some people not aware of the Action Plan. • Overall, there is a move towards “taken action” and “engaged with” since last June. • We still have a ways to go to support engagement with the Action Plan.
  • 25. National Commitments Comparisons • Darker colour is the newest data. • No one is “not aware” of TRC & MMIWG anymore; still some people not aware of 10 Principles. • Overall, there is a move towards ““engaged with” since last June. • Fewer shared “taken action” for each of these compared to the first round. • Very few have “taken action” on MMIWG – how can we support greater engagement with this one across the office? • Consider sunsetting 10 Principles focus in favour of Declaration Act Action Plan focus • Caution: did not perform tests for statistically significant changes.
  • 26. In Plain Sight Comparison • Darker colour is the newest data. • No one is “not aware” anymore • Overall, move towards “taken action” and “engaged with” since last June. • Next time, add BC CS&H Standard for Health Organizations. • Caution: did not perform tests for statistically significant changes.
  • 27. Foundational Obligations require everyday attention and action from all OPHO to uphold inherent rights Training for OPHO staff members that is: Is necessary to mitigate harmful outcomes with Indigenous Peoples. Guided Mandated During work hours Enabled by leadership Comprehensive
  • 28. Leah Taylor Project: Everyone Can Play: A Knowledge Translation Resource to Promote Physical Activity Participation of Children with Disabilities in London, Ontario.
  • 29. Founder & CEO San Francisco, CA Everyone Can Play A Resource to Support Physical Activity Participation for Children with Disabilities in London, Ontario Leah Taylor, MSc, PhD/MScOT (Can.) Dr. Trish Tucker l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9 We acknowledge the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Lūnaapéewak and Chonnonton Nations, whose traditional territories are where this resource was produced.
  • 30. • Physical activity (PA) levels vary widely by disability type • Overall, PA levels are low 1) Background Literature l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9 Positioning
  • 31. • Promoting inclusive PA opportunities in the sport and recreation sector is a positive first step to supporting PA levels Bassett-Gunter R et al. A systematic scoping review: Resources targeting the training and education of health and recreation practitioners to support physical activity among people with physical disabilities. Disability & Health Journal. 2019 Oct 1;12(4):542-50. 2) Considerations for PA Positioning l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 32. • A virtual tool amalgamating adaptive/inclusive/para- PA opportunities in London 3) Put In Context Positioning l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 34. Environmental Scan Everyone Can Play l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 35. "Recommendations for developing and disseminating PA information for families of children with disabilities" Everyone Can Play l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 36. Everyone Can Play Sports = 32 Organizations/ Opportunities Camps = 7 Organizations/ Opportunities Fitness & Rec = 5 Organizations/ Opportunities l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 37. l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 38. Metrics & Dissemination "Living" document • Changes or suggestions: cyn@london.ca Virtual/Print Poster: • https://www.childpalab.ca/post/ everyone-can-play l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 39. Ongoing Promotion News Coverage Website Publication Stakeholder distribution Stakeholder Presentations Social Media Promotion l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 40. Thank You ltaylo83@uwo.ca @leahtaylor09 l t a y l o 8 3 @ u w o . c a @ l e a h t a y l o r 0 9
  • 41. Karen Wong Project: How academic work implements public health knowledge translation strategies: Using a study on older adults’ access to technology as an example
  • 42. How academic work implements public health knowledge translation strategies: Using a study on older adults’ access to technology as an example Karen Wong klywong1@mail.ubc.ca
  • 43. Land acknowledgement • I am in Vancouver. I would like to begin by acknowledging that the land on which I am is the tradi9onal, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) People.
  • 44. Thank you! • Sincere thanks to the National Collaborating Centre for Public Health (NCCPH) for the award • Great encouragement for me to continue knowledge translation work
  • 45. Overview • The study • Conven.onal outputs • Knowledge transla.on strategies
  • 46. Background More health information, resources, and services are moving online and remotely Access to technology is becoming a necessity for older adults
  • 47. Methods • Service enhancement study in British Columbia, Canada from March 2020 to February 2021 • Qualitative research methods • Interviewed 28 stakeholders (older adults who are volunteers supporting other older adults, older adult service providers, and policy developers) • Observed in service provision sessions • Conducted a thematic analysis following a mix of inductive and deductive approaches
  • 48. Finding 1. Older adults’ access to technology requires technological equipment, the Internet, knowledge, and confidence. • Many older adults lack either one or more of these resources • The four resources are inter-related Access to technology Internet Equipment Knowledge Confidence
  • 49. Finding 2. There are within-group variations among older adults in access to these resources. • Some groups experience more challenges than others in access to these resources • E.g., low-income, socially isolated, immigrants • Low income: “A client wishes to join our online program, but his Internet is unstable because he shares the Internet with his neighbor as he can’t afford it on his own.” (interview with volunteer)
  • 50. Conventional outputs • Academic conference presenta.ons and conference proceedings • Peer-reviewed journal ar.cle and peer-reviewed book chapter
  • 51. 1. Public education • A public workshop in collaboration with AGE-WELL • Invited to share at public forums and panels, and media • A report in accessible language and distributed it throughout British Columbia and Canada • Attracting people from diverse backgrounds, including older adults, public health staff, and managers, across Canada
  • 52. 2. Infographic policy brief • An infographic policy brief was created in language accessible to the public • Sent to different departments and organizations in British Columbia
  • 53. 3. Using findings to support national policy campaign • The findings of this study have been adopted to support the national advocacy work for older adults’ access to affordable Internet • We successfully lobbied TELUS to extend their low-cost Internet program for low-income older adults
  • 55. Share your story! • Are you using EIDM in your practice? We want to hear about it! • Email us: nccmt@mcmaster.ca • Need support for EIDM? Contact us for help! • Email us: nccmt@mcmaster.ca • We typically respond within 24 business hours 13
  • 56. Webinar Feedback Your responses will be kept anonymous. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following: 1. Participating in the webinar increased my knowledge and understanding of evidence-informed decision making. 2. I will use the information from today’s webinar in my own practice. 3. Which of the following statements apply to your experience with the webinar today (check all that apply): □ The webinar was relevant to me and my public health practice □ The webinar was effectively facilitated □ The webinar had opportunities to participate □ The webinar was easy to follow along □ The webinar met my expectations Strongly agree Agree Undecided Disagree Strongly Disagree Strongly agree Agree Undecided Disagree Strongly Disagree
  • 57. Webinars from the NCCMT Learn more about our webinars: http://www.nccmt.ca/capacity-development/webinars 15
  • 58. For more information: NCCMT website: www.nccmt.ca Contact: nccmt@mcmaster.ca