Our Executive Board reflects the partnership and Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan and the First Nations University of Canada. The Board shall articulate the mission, define the scope and establish the objectives of IPHRC.
Dr. Dennis Fitzpatrick
University of Regina
Dr. Beth Horsburgh
Associate Vice-President (Research-Health)
University of Saskatchewan
Dr. Lynn Wells
First Nations University of Canada
REPRESENTATIVE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Representative Advisory Committee (RAC) will reflect the interests and concerns of the First Nations and Métis organizations and institutions in Saskatchewan, health academics, administrators and researchers, Elders, and where appropriate, community based organization members and Aboriginal communities. The RAC shall consist of at least 8 and no more than 15 members. The majority of the members of RAC shall be Aboriginal and will be required to regularly represent their agency, organization and constituency at RAC meetings, which are held twice a year. RAC members will also communicate IPHRC activities to their agencies, organizations and constituencies.
Battleford Tribal Council Indian Health Services
Saskatchewan Urban Native Teachers Education Program
File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council Health Services
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN)
Dr. Rose Roberts
Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations
Dr. Tara Turner
Metis Nation of Saskatchewan
TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is comprised of the researchers involved in IPHRC and represent the broad range of their disciplines and work. This committee includes the Nominated Principal Investigator, Co-Principal Investigators and Co-Investigators. Please visit Our People to learn more about TAC.