BCHR is developing an Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility Education Toolkit

BCHR is developing an Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility Education Toolkit

This new resource will help member colleges to develop and implement a mandatory Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility (ICS&H) education framework for regulated health professionals.

The BCHR Cultural Safety Task Force is developing the Health Profession Regulator’s Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility Education Toolkit, a new educational resource to support BCHR’s commitment to embed cultural humility and safety within all levels of health profession regulation.

This toolkit will help member colleges to develop and implement a mandatory Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility (ICS&H) education framework for regulated health professionals.

The goal is to establish an entry level ICS&H competency standard specifying the knowledge, skills and attributes required for health regulatory college registrants who are new/returning to the profession or new to practice in BC, and to support the ongoing development and maintenance of ICS&H knowledge and skills for regulated health professionals. Learn more about this resource.

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