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Elders

Seeking Balance by Myeengun Henry

By Myeengun Henry

Renewing our relationship with Grandmother Moon

By Renee Thomas-Hill

Healing Journey

By Gerard Sagassige

Gerard Sagassige Part 1

Gerard Sagassige Part 2

Gerard Sagassige Part 3

Gerard Sagassige Part 4

Lorna Hill Part 1

Lorna Hill Part 2

Lorna Hill Part 3

Lorna Hill Part 4

Life's Prinicples

By Gerard Sagassige

Michif Losing Métis Language

By Elize Hartley

Métis Sash

By Elize Hartley

Métis Regalia

By Elize Hartley

Métis Medicine

By Elize Hartley

Métis Medicines

By Elize Hartley

The Importance of the Feather

By Elize Hartley

About the Métis People - Part 1

By Elize Hartley

About the Métis People - Part 2

By Elize Hartley

The Seven Grandfather Teachings

By Elize Hartley

Elder Bertha Skye talks about the Rat Root

Grandfather Teachings - Part 1

By Bertha Skye

Grandfather Teachings - Part 2

By Bertha Skye

Elder Bertha Skye talks about Labrador Tea

Elder Bertha Skye talks about Allergies

Gifts from the Creator

By Bertha Skye

Elder Bertha Skye talks about Birch trees as Medicine

The Value of Native Medicine - Part 1

By Bertha Skye

The Value of Native Medicine - Part 2

By Bertha Skye

Elder Bertha Skye talks about the power of Cedar

Indigenous Health Elective

How History, Gender, Programming and Policy Impacts Maori Health in New Zealand - Part 1

Dr. Aroha Harris from the University of Auckland, NZ talks about Maori Health at McMaster University on March 8th, 2011. Dr. Harris was hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office at McMaster.

How History, Gender, Programming and Policy Impacts Maori Health in New Zealand - Part 2

Dr. Aroha Harris from the University of Auckland, NZ talks about Maori Health at McMaster University on March 8th, 2011. Dr. Harris was hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office at McMaster.

How History, Gender, Programming and Policy Impacts Maori Health in New Zealand - Part 3

Dr. Aroha Harris from the University of Auckland, NZ talks about Maori Health at McMaster University on March 8th, 2011. Dr. Harris was hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office at McMaster.

How History, Gender, Programming and Policy Impacts Maori Health in New Zealand - Part 4

Dr. Aroha Harris from the University of Auckland, NZ talks about Maori Health at McMaster University on March 8th, 2011. Dr. Harris was hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office at McMaster.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 1

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 2

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 3

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 4

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 5

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 6

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 7

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 8

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 9

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 10

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 11

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Diabetes and Indigenous People in Canada Part 12

Alex McComber, a Mohawk from Kahnawake talks about Diabetes as a guest speaker of the Indigenous Health Elective at McMaster University on January 25th, 2011.

Manitoba First Nations TB History Part 1

Dr. Mary Jane McCallum from the University of Winnipeg talks about the historic effect of Tuberculosis on Manitoba First Nations at McMaster University on March 8th, 2011. Dr. McCallum was hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office at McMaster.

Manitoba First Nations TB History Part 2

Dr. Mary Jane McCallum from the University of Winnipeg talks about the historic effect of Tuberculosis on Manitoba First Nations at McMaster University on March 8th, 2011. Dr. McCallum was hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office at McMaster.

Manitoba First Nations TB History Part 3

Dr. Mary Jane McCallum from the University of Winnipeg talks about the historic effect of Tuberculosis on Manitoba First Nations at McMaster University on March 8th, 2011. Dr. McCallum was hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office at McMaster.

Manitoba First Nations TB History Part 4

Dr. Mary Jane McCallum from the University of Winnipeg talks about the historic effect of Tuberculosis on Manitoba First Nations at McMaster University on March 8th, 2011. Dr. McCallum was hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office at McMaster.

Interprofessional Day in Education

The Inter-professional Day in Education: Indigenous Health (IPE) is part of the Indigenous Health Elective that is opened for participation to the broader McMaster community. The objectives of this IPE session are to develop skills, knowledge and attitudes that will improve competence to practice inter-professional health care in a culturally safe manner.

Elder Christine Skye talks about Indigenous Health Issues at Six Nations Polytech on Feb 11, 2011

Elder Elize Hartley talks about Indigenous Health Issues at Six Nations Polytech on Feb 11, 2011

Elder Walter Cook talks about Indigenous Health Issues at Six Nations Polytech on Feb 11, 2011

Elder Ima Johnson talks about Indigenous Health Issues at Six Nations Polytech on Feb 11, 2011

Speakers

Excerpts from Inuit Health Session, March 2010

Excerpts from Inuit Health Session, March 2010 at McMaster University hosted by the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office. The speaker is Elder Ruby Arngna'naaq.

ISHS Videos

ISHS Students Speak - Melissa Shigwadja

Medical student Melissa Shigwadja talks about her experiences with Indigenous Students Health Sciences at McMaster University.

ISHS Students Speak - Dr. Melinda Fowler

ISHS former student and mentor Dr. Melinda Fowler speaks about the Indigenous Students Health Sciences Office.

ISHS Students Speak - Brad Johnson

ISHS student Brad Johnson speaks about his experiences with the Indigenous Students Health Sciences office at McMaster University.

ISHS Mentor - Dr. Tristan Aile

Dr. Tristan Alie speaks about his role as an Indigenous Students Health Sciences Mentor at McMaster University's School of Medicine.

ISHS Personal Experience - Dr. Karen Hill

Dr. Karen Hill talks about her experiences helping to start the Indigenous Students Health Sciences office at McMaster University.

ISHS Colleagues at McMaster University

In this video, friends and colleagues of the Indigenous Students Health Sciences office at McMaster University talk about the importance of ISHS.

ISHS Elders Speak - Bertha Skye

ISHS Elder in Residence Bertha Skye speaks about her involvement with the Indigenous Students Health Sciences office at McMaster University.

ISHS Elders Speak - Elize Hartley

ISHS Elder in Residence Elize Hartley speaks about her involvement with the Indigenous Students Health Sciences office at McMaster University.

Elder Elize Hartley explains the ISHS Logo

ISHS Elder in Residence Elize Hartley talks about various Métis medicines and cultural practices. This episode examines the ISHS logo.