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Fri, May 03

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Live Virtual Session

on AEHR Talk: Asha & Claudette

on AEHR Talk: Asha & Claudette
on AEHR Talk: Asha & Claudette

Time & Location

May 03, 2024, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EDT

Live Virtual Session

About the event

The Activating Equity in Health Research (on AEHR) Talks present a podcast-style session where one to two guest experts delve into their perspectives, operationalization, and future steps in advancing equity in health research.

On May 3rd were joined Asha Ulusow and Claudette Cardinal from the Women’s Community Leadership team on the WCHC Hub. 

Watch Asha & Claudette's on AEHR talk here! 

Claudette Cardinal, a Cree Indigenous woman brings twenty-nine years of Living Knowledge of HIV/AIDS and works at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS as an Indigenous Peer Research Associate with multiple community-based research projects. She's dedicated to community-based research, particularly arts-based and with Indigenous Peoples Living with HIV/AIDS, and is passionate about the relationships between community and researchers. Graduating from UBC's Indigenous Health and Administrative Leadership Program, Claudette continues to champion equity, bringing cultural teachings into her work since 2011.

Asha Ulusow is a passionate advocate dedicated to fostering PHA (Persons with HIV/AIDS) engagement in research and programming, especially among Black, Indigenous, and people of colour living with HIV in Canada. Fearlessly addressing taboo topics like mental health and harm reduction, Asha works as the Client and Peer Engagement Coordinator at Casey House, empowering individuals and fostering community connections. Additionally, she serves as a Community Research and Leadership Coordinator at Women's College Hospital where she guides various research projects ensuring community needs are at the forefront.

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