Nanonetan Mamo: assessing the needs for culturally safe services for Aboriginal patients in long-term care in Joliette

A partnership research project with the Centre d'amitié autochtone de Lanaudière (CAAL) aims to: 1) co-create a new knowledge base that will lead to a more contextualized and culturally appropriate understanding of the Indigenous urban experience in terms of healthcare system and service provision for long-term care in the Lanaudière region; 2) co-produce a position paper that meets CAAL’s strategic needs; and 3) co-develop knowledge mobilization activities and products that enhance the knowledge base of patients, their families, CAAL employees, and municipal service providers. A SSHRC Partnership Engage Grant.