Resources

Learn about Indigenous primary health care services provision, Indigenous informed research and evaluation approaches and the work of AHACs, ACHCs, and partnering Indigenous health researchers and scholars.

IPHCC Toolkits

NE’ IIKAANIGAANA TOOLKIT

(Anishinaabe word for ‘All Our Relations’)

Creating Safer Environments for
Indigenous Peoples

IPHCC has developed the Ne’iikaanigaana Toolkit-Creating Safer Environments for Indigenous Peoples, to support organizations on their journey towards cultural safety.

Ne’iikaanigaana (knee-kah-nih-gih-nah) is an Anishinaabe word generally thought to mean ‘all our relations’, with a more literal meaning of ‘seeing ourselves reflected in creation. We are the pine trees, the flowers, the water, the animals, and they are us.’

GASHKIWIDOON TOOLKIT

(Ojibway word for ‘able to take, carry it’)

COVID-19 Vaccine
Implementation

This toolkit is designed to support Indigenous organizations with the planning and implementation of community-level COVID-19 vaccination clinics, in collaboration with mainstream organizations such as local public health units, primary care agencies, and/or hospital settings.

We would like to thank Dr. Annelind Wakegjig and Dr. Rebecca Wray for reviewing the Gashkiwidoon toolkit and lending their clinical expertise. Gashkiwidoon (gash-ga-we-toon) is an Ojibway word thought to mean ‘able to take, carry it’.