ICS Research and Resources

Indigenous Cultural Safety Committee

ICS SharePoint site  (password required)

Ethical Research and Indigenous Communities

“Nothing about us without us” is a powerful statement, and one that hasn’t been honoured. The sixth and final installment of the BCcampus Indigenization guide project provides vital knowledge to help researchers conduct ethical and respectful data collection. 


From the School of Nursing

Framework of Strategies for Nursing Education to Respond to the Calls to Action of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission

The Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) is pleased to present its discussion paper entitled Framework of Strategies for Nursing Education to Respond to the Calls to Action of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, developed by the CASN Truth and Reconciliation Task Force in partnership with the Canadian Indigenous Nurses Association (CINA).


BC Quarterly Guest Edited

Guest Edited by Geertje Boschma and Alison Phinney, this issue of The British Columbian Quartlerly features Arts, Crafts, and Healing: Understanding Social Citizenship in BC


Hospitalization for mental health related ambulatory care sensitive conditions:

What are the trends for First Nations in British Columbia? - Sabrina Wong et al.

Journal Article


External to the School of Nursing


Report Addressing Indigenous-specific Racism and Discrimination in Healthcare and the School's Joint response to the report from ICSSI and the Anti-Racism Task Force

Report Response


UBC Library - Decolonization Antiracism Guide

In support of UBC's Indigenous Strategic Plan (ISP) this guide assists in finding and facilitating decolonial & anti-racist research. Here you will find key resources, search strategies, & additional open access information sources.

Go to the Website/Guide

Indigenous Peoples: Language Guidelines

UBC Branding offers language guidelines for communicators.

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First Nations women in colourful traditional dresses in motion

Indigenous Nurse and Allies of BC Facebook Page

A place for Indigenous Nurses to share knowledge, events, and health and wellness messages with each other. Indigenous nurses and allies who are in BC are invited to join.

"Let's stand each other up!"

Visit the Facebook Page

Campfire on the beach

Telling Our Stories

Interesting Publications, Research, and Stories

Beyond Florence | The Racist Lady with the Lamp | By Natalie Stake-Doucet | November 5, 2020

YouTube | Celebrating Indigenous Nurses Day 2022 | Posted by Nurse and Nurse Practitioners of BC | April 10, 2022