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TFEL Field Scholars - Cohort B - Shared screen with speaker view
Natalie Beck, she/her
11:49
good morning everyone!
Hilary Daum
12:11
tfelproject.com
Wasif Ali
13:45
Good Morning Everyone
Natalie Beck, she/her
16:15
you got this Jamin!
Jacqueline Fields
17:20
You have a really interesting topic, Jamin. No need to be nervous :)
Natalie Beck, she/her
33:20
can you come to my class and do this presentation?
Jacqueline Fields
37:29
Thank you, Jamin! Important point to centre the voice of Indigenous epistemologies - as you continue to reflect, what intentional action do you think is needed for the social work profession, and social work leadership, to bring the Indigenous voice to the forefront in respect to environmental issues? I think we need to be ever cognizant of the meaning of the natural elements to the First Peoples. It is not only about cleaning the wider environment, but even at the basic level, we have a responsibility as a profession to address the social determinants of health for Indigenous communities.
R Metcalfe
37:48
Thank you for your presentation, this is really wonderful to have time to be with
Kaltrina Kusari
38:23
Thank you Jamin for such an insightful presentation
Natalie Beck, she/her
38:47
I loved your point about person in ENVIRONMENT
Connie Bird
39:10
I loved the PIE reference as well!
R Metcalfe
40:33
The National Collaborating Centre on Indigenous Health has been advancing an idea that it is not just ‘social’ determinants, but that we can think of these determinants more broadly, ‘determinants of health’ to be able to think about e.g. environmental determinants…
R Metcalfe
40:35
etc.
R Metcalfe
43:46
(it seems hard to not notice the hierarchy that exists, with clinical social work in a position of status that seems to position so-called structural social work as lesser status and seems to push ‘environmental’ into the structural realm… retaining the status of biomedical clinical status somehow at the top/centre)
R Metcalfe
44:06
(the binarisation feels like a huge challenge)
alexandra.mack
55:13
Wonderful presentation Jamin!!
Natalie Beck, she/her
56:29
not as behind as we are down here in Texas, haha
Zipporah Greenslade
56:30
Thank you Jamin! All the best with your lesson and future pursuits!
Jamin Short (he/him)
01:02:49
Thank you for the encouragements everyone, and thank you for being here today!