Tsartlip First Nations analysis of primary care equity and access
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SubjectCultural Safety; equity; Indigenous; Indigenous Health; Primary care accessibility; Tsartlip
This community-based project was in partnership with the Tsartlip First Nation on the Saanich Peninsula. The goal of this study was to work with the Tsartlip community to glean and understand members’ perceptions and experiences about equitable and accessible primary care services in their community. This study followed an Indigenous methodology by valuing the relationships between the research, the participants, and the community. This inquiry also established results with, for, and by the community. The process included 10 one-on-one open-ended conversational interviews and a talking circle. These conversations focused on people’s stories and experiences that highlighted positive and negative interactions when receiving primary care. From the stories and experiences collected, participants were able to identify what contributed to their negative interactions, how to remove the barriers, and how best to navigate a new way forward.
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