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Updates, reports & publications

As part of our commitment to addressing and ending Indigenous-specific racism in health care, we report regularly on our progress on this work. We invite you to review the belo​w reports. ​

Constructive disruption​​

These reports describe our efforts to e​nact the recommendations put forth in the In Plan Sight report and lay out a roadmap for BCCNM to follow as we work to make the hea​lth-care​ system culturally safe. ​

Redressing harm

These two publications outline the college's commitments for the coming two years and provide a progress report on these activites. 

Complaints process review

BCCNM in 2022 commissioned a review of its complaints proce​ss to make it safer for Indigenous Peoples. ​ 

Practice stan​​dard for nurses and midwives

The practice standard, Indigenous Cultural Safety, Cultural Humility, and Anti-​​Racism, was developed in collaboration with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia (CPSBC​). It came into effect Feb. 25, 2022

Video​​ series — co-produc​​ed with CPSBC​.

How we​ engage

Elders and Knowledge Keepers are very important members of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities, and have invaluable knowledge to share with BCCNM. We're pleased to share our guidelines for this work.