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 men through research and intervention development. We are inclusive of bisexual and queer men (cis and trans) and Two Spirit people.
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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