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HEALTH KNOWLDEGE INTO ACTION

FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITY PROJECTS

PEKE has intention and purpose of engage First Nations, Indigenous communities, knowledge keepers, leaders, members (rural, urban, remote, nationally and internationally), research community, health professionals, and policy/decision makers.

Therefore, we strongly believe that share and exchange information and create or build partnerships across Canada or internationally is substantial to build an united community of health knowledge.

KTEA

We will build on and expand existing study/organization/ community-centric knowledge translation and exchange (KT&E) theories and strategies, to build an integrated KTEA infrastructure that,

  • Is guided by Indigenous knowledge;

  • Is informed by continuous quality improvement processes and developmental evaluation principles;

  • Crosses professional and organizational boundaries;

  • Is designed to meet the information exchange needs of communities, health service providers, researchers and decision-makers (the stakeholders);

  • Builds on the strengths and experience of our partners; and

  • Entrenches a transformative culture of effective integrated KTEA that relies on Indigenous knowledge-informed processes and mechanisms.

Using Cultural Protocol-Based Engagement and incorporating the OCAP principles, PEKE aims to:

  • Build relationships and establishing trust;

  • Use principles of FPIC, OCAP and ethical guidelines developed by CIHR and since adopted by the Tri-Council;

  • Develop a shared vocabulary and conceptual base90 which will require adapting KT&E theory to better fit Indigenous processes of knowledge creation, such as building on story telling traditions and experiential knowledge;

  • Develop a common understanding of context and of how to apply research findings; and

  • Develop action plans on how to best use the information shared, facilitating and monitoring uptake.

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