Reconciling Access to Traditional and other forms of Healthcare for Indigenous 2S/GBQ People

Part of the panel: Adding Colour to the Rainbow: Research on the Intersections of Identity

Presented by Harlan Pruden and Ryan Stillwagon at Summit 2019: Queering Healthcare Access and Accessibility, in Vancouver October 31 - November 1. For more information visit cbrc.net/summit.

Harlan Pruden, First Nation Cree, works with and for the Two-Spirit community locally, nationally and internationally. Harlan is a Ph.D student at UBC and an Educator at the BC Center for Disease Control's Chee Mamuk program. Harlan is also the Managing Editor of the TwoSpiritJournal.com.

Ryan Stillwagon is a fourth-year PhD student in the Department of Sociology at the University of British Columbia. His work focuses on sexualities and health, specifically queer place-making in Vancouver—queer pop-up social events—and LGBTQ/2S+ health. He is affiliated with the BC Centre of Disease Control’s (BCCDC) Two-Spirit Dry Lab (part of Chee Mamuk) and with a PrEP knowledge translation campaign in process with the Community-Based Research Centre (CBRC). Ryan holds a master’s degree in the social sciences from the University of Chicago, where his research focused on PrEP sense-making among gay men and healthcare providers.

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Community-Based Research Centre (CBRC) promotes the health of gay, bi, trans, Two-Spirit, and queer men (GBT2Q) through research and intervention development.
Reconciling Access to Traditional and other forms of Healthcare for Indigenous 2S/GBQ People
Reconciling Access to Traditional and other forms of Healthcare for Indigenous 2S/GBQ People
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