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Annual General Meeting Registration


Join us for the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, April 16th, at 7:00 pm followed by a Professional Development Session at 7:30 pm.

7:00 pm - Annual General Meeting 
7:30 pm - Indigenous-led and Determined Pharmacy Practice Evolution Virtual Session

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Free for Pharmacists Manitoba members.

This session will introduce attendees to the Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals of Canada (IPPC), an association representing Indigenous pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacy assistants with proof of Indigenous ancestry. IPPC’s purpose and initiatives will be introduced, including reviewing cultural competencies in addressing Indigenous health inequity.

Learners will be invited to review the recommendations and rationale from Indigenous communities regarding Indigenous representation in healthcare and understand the definition, and practice of collaboration strategies, of Indigenous-led and determined perspectives.

Finally, attendees will be introduced to the purpose, role, and immeasurable value that Indigenous Knowledge Keepers and Elders perform in the health and well-being of Indigenous communities and as advisors to non-Indigenous organizations and institutions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Become familiar with the Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals of Canada, its purpose, and initiatives, and describe the importance of the organization’s role as a collaborator with pharmacy stakeholders in truth and reconciliation efforts
  • Describe the importance of Indigenous perspectives and cultural competencies in bridging health inequities for Indigenous Peoples
  • Define Indigenous-led and determined and describe the importance of this element in studying and implementing Indigenous health interventions
  • Detail two strategies to integrate Indigenous-led and determined perspectives into your pharmacy practice
  • Introduce the role that Indigenous Knowledge Keepers play in Indigenous communities, Indigenous health, and as advisors to non-Indigenous organizations and institutions.

Amy Lamb, BSP, Executive Director, Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals of Canada.

Amy Lamb is the Executive Director of the Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals of Canada, an association that represents pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy assistants, or students of those programs, who have proof of Indigenous ancestry. As a Métis woman and longstanding pharmacy advocate, Amy operationalizes IPPC’s mission to cultivate a thriving and empowered community of Indigenous Pharmacy Professionals to support safe and equitable care of patients, families, and communities. This work is currently rooted in Indigenous health and cultural competencies, NIHB reform, and increased representation of Indigenous professionals in healthcare and leadership. Amy represents IPPC as a member of the Indigenous Guiding Circle for the Canadian Medical Association, the FNHIB Anti-Indigenous Racism Advisory Circle, the Indigenous Healthcare Organization Collective, and CPhA’s Workplace Wellness Task Force.

Amy is also the owner of Lamb and Sage Personalized Health Solutions, which provides holistic health consulting and coaching, as well as pharmacy practice consulting, in her areas of expertise including Compounding, Functional Medicine, Health Coaching, and Women's Health.


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