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Kim Lickers

Kim Lickers

Medical Sciences Indigenous Cohort Advisor

She:kon! Ionkiats Kim Lickers. A'nó:wara niwaki'tarò:ten tahnon shotinontowane'á:ka niwakonhwentiò:ten. Cornwall, Ontario nitewake':non nek tai Kjipuktuk tkenákere. My name is Kim Lickers. I am Turtle and I am Seneca. I grew up in Cornwall, Ontario but Halifax is where I live now. I am the Medical Sciences Indigenous Cohort Advisor and I work with students in Medical Sciences (and other Health Professions) at Dalhousie University.

Room 303

Inclusive Pathways to Medical Professions - Dalhousie University

This presentation will be an introduction to the new cohort style Medical Sciences program called Inclusive Pathways to Medical Professions (IPMP) at Dalhousie University. The Indigenous student cohort offers wrap-around support and holistic approach based on the Medicine Wheel teachings to maximize student supports. Educators will be introduced to the IPMP program and able to participate in outreach activities that would be available to their students through an outreach visit by the Indigenous Medical Sciences cohort Advisor.