The name UPROOT comes from what, how, and why we are doing this work. We are uprooting colonial processes and systemic barriers in our efforts to support decolonization and Indigenization. We expect our students to uproot their own perceived cultural and social biases, as part of their self-journey in reconciliation. Finally, our team understands and acknowledges deep-seeded or rooted issues of our colonial past in order to move towards respect, responsibility, relevance and reciprocity with community partners.
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Dec 19, 2023 - Pharmacy Practice
Runa, Madi; Min, Jason; Leung, Larry, 2023, "Improving Pharmacy Access with a BC First Nation Community Health Centre (CHC)", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/H5GB1M, Borealis, V2
The responsibilities of a pharmacist are well established within a Western healthcare framework; however, a pharmacist’s role within Indigenous-led healthcare is unclear. Indigenous-led healthcare services are designed by the community for the community and can be tailored to add...
Dec 19, 2023 - Vancouver Foundation
Whitmore, Brandon; Min, Jason; Leung, Larry, 2023, "Co-developing a Culturally Safe Engagement Protocol with Urban Indigenous Partners", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/OSG8OL, Borealis, V2
There is a long-standing history of improper engagement with Indigenous individuals that often lacks respect, humility, and understanding of Indigenous protocols. To rebuild trust with people, researchers must commit to reconciliation and develop strategies for ethical engagement...
Sep 6, 2023 - Health Education
Sidhu, Kalveen; Preymak, Jayna; Burke, Sarah; Leung, Larry; Min, Jason, 2023, "Alcohol Use Disorder Resource Guide", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/WDNTYW, Borealis, V1
This project created a Resource Guide on Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) as a tool for the health care providers of a BC First Nation to best support patients with alcohol use disorder. The Guide provides patient-friendly resources for use prior to accessing a treatment centre, as wel...
Sep 6, 2023 - Health Education
Woroshelo, Bella; Zimmer, Nakya; Argue, Jaelyn; Leung, Larry; Min, Jason, 2023, "Designing a Diabetes Self-Management Course", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/UGQME8, Borealis, V1
In collaboration with the health centre for a local BC First Nation, this project designed a six-week course on diabetes self-management for community members who have or have been newly diagnosed with diabetes. The course was divided into six modules: 1) Introduction, 2) Holisti...
Aug 15, 2023
Leung, Larry; Min, Jason, 2023, "A Community- Centered Approach to Improving Medication Delivery Services Impacted by Covid-19", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/EALADB, Borealis, V1
The project aims to identify and improve current medication accessibility services for the four communities that have been exacerbated by COVID-19 pandemic measures. This project will utilize principles of community-specific, culturally safe, and ethical engagement frameworks thr...
Aug 15, 2023
Min, Jason; Leung, Larry, 2023, "Co-Developing a Comprehensive Resource for Healthy Medication Practices", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/LWTXGR, Borealis, V1
In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Calls to Action, and UBC’s Strategic Plan: Shaping UBC’s Next Century, health programs, including the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, are increasingly prioritizing reconciliation with Indigenous community partne...
Aug 15, 2023
Min, Jason; Leung, Larry, 2023, "Traditional Medicines Knowledge Preservation and Revitalization", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/VOETHC, Borealis, V1
A Nation charter on the current status and how to preserve and revitalize Traditional Medicines knowledge in health and healing for future generations.
Aug 15, 2023 - Indigenous Health and Cultural Safety
Min, Jason; Leung, Larry, 2023, "Indigenous Health and Cultural Safety", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/0CT0B4, Borealis, V1
The UPROOT team at UBC, with the help of an Indigenous governance structure, developed the faculty’s first mandatory Indigenous-focused course within the Doctor of Pharmacy program. In 2022, the course completed its second iteration.
Indigenous Health and Cultural Safety (University of British Columbia)
Aug 15, 2023
This course was created in response to the UBC Indigenous Strategic Plan 2020 commitment for Indigenous Engagement and the UBC Pharmaceutical Sciences 2017-2022 Strategic Plan to increase the scope of education and professional development in Indigenous health. The course include...
Health Education (University of British Columbia)
Aug 15, 2023
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