Circling Together for Wellness: A Virtual Gathering Upholding Indigenous Knowledge
Equity + Justice, 2022, Indigenous Voices, Health
Namaste Marsden, Masemtxoxw, BA, LLB, is from the Wilp Gamlaxyeltxw, Lax Ganeda (Frog Clan). Namaste is a mother to two sons and is from a close-knit family from Gitanyow and Gitsegukla on her late father’s side. Namaste has over 16 years of professional experience with Indigenous programs and organizations in health, policy and research at the local, provincial and national levels. Areas of interest and research include hereditary and modern governance, spectrum of OCAP® application in First Nations research and ethics, and Indigenous knowledge and modern applications. Namaste’s interests extend to areas of health including harm reduction, tobacco use, trauma-informed care for Elders, and HIV/AIDS. She served as Executive Director, Aboriginal Health Research Networks Secretariat, and as the first-ever Managing Editor of the International Journal of Indigenous Health (formerly JAH). Namaste is currently Director, Indigenous Engagement, Faculty of Medicine, Health Engagement at the University of British Columbia and holds an Adjunct Faculty position with Simon Fraser University in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
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