The HARC will be hosting Dakelh Language Lessons for Healthcare Practitioners and Dakelh Language Learners in May 2021! If interested, please direct your questions to Marion Erickson <Marion.Erickson@unbc.ca> and register through this google form.Read More
Recent, current and ongoing activities, initiatives and projects exploring the relationships between creative expression, the arts, health and healing in the north. Through our works, HARC, our partners and collaborators strive to create and sustain a dynamic, inclusive, strengths-based forum for innovative inquiry and practice around renewing and expanding health, wellness and well-being in northern communities.
In collaboration with Two Rivers Gallery and Neyu Team Guy and Ruby Prince, we are excited to announce our upcoming accredited Cultural Humility Workshop for healthcare practitioners: Our Medicines. Register by April 16th to save your spot! To register or learn more, please contact Laura at email@example.comRead More
The HARC is thrilled to be supporting an upcoming project in the Nechako region put on by the College of New Caledonia. The project is called “Beauty and the Bush” and it will involve wildcrafting and plant medicine-making taking place in April-June 2021! Please click on the photo below to access a PDF document with more information.Read More
Our HARC Research Manager, Marion Erickson, will be presenting on March 2nd between 11:30am–12:45pm along with other folks from the UNBC community at UNBC’s 2021 Research Week. Marion’s presentation will be included in the section entitled: “Research Outreach during the Pandemic with UNBC Research Ambassadors: Zach Fleck, Ann Duong, Jenna Burke, Alexandra Winkel”. Presentation topics in this section include: Health economics, Dakleh midwifery, rural nursing, and inclusion through physical activity. …Read More
The HARC is excited to be supporting Cross-Pollinations: Canadian Health Humanities Virtual Rounds Series. Cross-Pollinations is an exciting new series that will connect the perspectives of health, humanities and the arts in new ways, combining artistic expression with health practice and research. The conversations of Cross-Pollinations will illuminate new and emerging insights and perspectives about health care opportunities and challenges, health care approaches and advances, as well as build connections …Read More
The HARC is excited to announce that Drs. Sarah de Leeuw, Mona Maleki, and Mei Wen will be facilitating a Narrative Medicine event for physicians on February 23rd. The virtual event will be held over zoom. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by February 12 to register!Read More