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Examines that now is the time to incorporate an indigenous understanding of health into our medicare system

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Willie Ermine

Willie Ermine, a Cree from the Sturgeon Lake First Nation, is a writer and ethicist with the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre and a professor at the First Nations University of Canada. He conducts research and writes in the areas of transforming knowledge and the ethics of research involving Indigenous Peoples and continues his “consuming pursuit to further understand Cree thought and practice.”; Eber Hampton, Chickasaw, is principal investigator of the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, executive in residence at the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business and professor of business administration at the University of Regina. He is on the boards of the Saskatchewan Health Quality Council and the Aboriginal Health Research Network Secretariat. He holds an earned doctorate in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from Harvard University and an honorary Doctor of Laws from Brock University. He was selected for a National Aboriginal Achievement Award in 2005.

Eber Hampton

Willie Ermine, a Cree from the Sturgeon Lake First Nation, is a writer and ethicist with the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre and a professor at the First Nations University of Canada. He conducts research and writes in the areas of transforming knowledge and the ethics of research involving Indigenous Peoples and continues his “consuming pursuit to further understand Cree thought and practice.”; Eber Hampton, Chickasaw, is principal investigator of the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, executive in residence at the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business and professor of business administration at the University of Regina. He is on the boards of the Saskatchewan Health Quality Council and the Aboriginal Health Research Network Secretariat. He holds an earned doctorate in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from Harvard University and an honorary Doctor of Laws from Brock University. He was selected for a National Aboriginal Achievement Award in 2005.