Northern HIV Journey Mapping Project

Developing culturally appropriate, geographically-responsive HIV Care for northern Manitoba First Nations People

The purpose of the study is to understand the barriers and facilitators of the HIV cascade for First Nations people in Northern Manitoba and to develop strategies for system improvement through a two-eyed seeing approach. The components of the project are a) Journey Mapping through interviews with First Nations People Living with HIV b) Development of a Community Readiness Tool for Northern First Nations communities c) development of ethical space through a series of ethical space workshops, the development of a two-eyed seeing table as well as having Indigenous people as CRA’s. Community research associates have been hired to conduct interviews and conduct data analysis.

Project Leads:

Linda Larcombe

Dr. Albert McLeod

Dr. Gayle Restall

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Funded By:

Canadian Institutes for Health Research


The AHA Centre

We acknowledge that we work and gather on the original lands of Anishinaabeg (Ojibwe), Ininiwak (Cree), Anishininiwag (Oji-Cree), Dakota/Lakota, Inuit, and Dene Peoples and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.