Mirrored integrated patient practitioner journey mapping for addressing persistent health inequities lived by Aboriginal people in Northern British Columbia

Aboriginal people in northern BC live with persistent health service inequities. This research asks:

  1. What is the current character of the interface between health provision institutions and Aboriginal communities in the rapidly evolving social, cultural and political climate?
  2. In the diverse landscape of Aboriginal communities, what are the common gaps in health services and programs, and how can they be addressed in a holistic way to renew the health and well-being of Aboriginal people and communities?     

Research design heavily incorporating Indigenous methodologies, ways of knowing, and decolonizing methodologies will be used to develop a model for integrated health and a well-being journey mapping integrating both sides of the patient/practitioner interface with specific attention to:

This work will: