Saskatchewan Indigenous Mentorship Network (SK-IMN)
Our local network is made up of a team of Principle Investigators (P.I.s), who sit on our Advisory Committee, along with student, Elder, and institutional representatives. We also work with institutions throughout the province to connect students studying elsewhere to our network and mentorship activities happening within Saskatchewan and elsewhere.
Ombaashi Network - Thompson Rivers University
Principle Investigator: Dr. Rod McCormick
Network Coordinator: Dr. Sereana Naepi and Sandra Bandura
Coordinator Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The International/National network will provide international Indigenous outreach and opportunities beyond our borders, including online workshops in Indigenous healing, and workshops in Indigenous health research. The objective is to provide trainees and new investigators with the chance to learn about traditional healing knowledge and medicine, and to obtain guidance and support from traditional healers and knowledge keepers worldwide. A feature of the Ombaashi project will be the annual congress bringing together all eight branches of the Program.
For more information, visit:
CIHR - Institute for Aboriginal Peoples' Health
For more information on the network's funding program please visit: