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In keeping with the vision, mission and values of the Canadian Association of Medical Oncologists, we advocate for a culture of social accountability to the communities we serve. We recognize the atrocities committed against the Indigenous Peoples of Canada and the enduring impact of the residential school system. Responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action, we wish to encourage all Medical Oncologists and trainees to participate in cultural safety training.

We have compiled a series of cultural safety programming specific to Indigenous populations that has been published and is available for use by our members. Reconciliation is a process that requires a thoughtful approach, reflection and action. CAMO is dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of the Indigenous Peoples of our nation and globally. 

Indigenous Relationship and Cultural Awareness Courses | Cancer Care Ontario
An online series of 13 courses developed for individuals working with First Nations, Inuit and Metis and urban Indigenous Peoples.

Indigenous Peoples in Canada | Alberta Health Services
A video series that explores the history of Indigenous Peoples and strategies on culturally competent care.

San'yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Online Training (
Indigenous cultural safety online courses with regional courses for British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario.

Canadian Association of Medical Oncologists

Phone: 613.415.6033

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