Partners and Resources

IMN-PN is connected to a number of local, regional, national and international partners. Check this page to stay up-to-date on IMN-PN's and our partners' latest resources, publications and opportunities. 

IMN-PN Resources and Training Materials

Introduction to the Canadian Common CV

Click here for slides from the CCV Webinar, November 17, 2017


 

Network Partners

Alberta Indigenous Mentorship in Health Innovation Network

AIM-HI is one of 8 Canadian Indigenous Mentorship Networks. The Network is based at University of Calgrary and represents Alberta.

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Saskatchewan Indigenous Mentorship Network Program

SK-IMNP is one of 8 Canadian Indigenous Mentorship Networks. The Network is based at University of Saskatchewan and represents Saskatchewan.

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Prairie Indigenous Knowledge Exchange Network

PIKE-Net is one of 8 Canadian Indigenous Mentorship Networks. The Network is based at University of Manitoba and represents Manitoba.

Mno Nimkodadding Geegi: We Are All Connected

Mno Nimkodadding Geegi is one of 8 Canadian Indigenous Mentorship Networks. The Network is based at Western University and represents Ontario.

Quebec Indigenous Mentorship Network

Quebec IMNP is one of 8 Canadian Indigenous Mentorship Networks. The Network represents Quebec.

Atlantic Indigenous Mentorship Network

AIM-Network is one of 8 Canadian Indigenous Mentorship Networks. The Network is based at Dalhousie University and Memorial University, and represents the Atlantic Region (Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick).

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Ombaashi Network

Ombaashi is one of 8 Canadian Indigenous Mentorship Networks. The Network is based at Thompson Rivers University, and provides national/ international Indigenous outreach and opportunities .

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Institute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health

IAPH is one of thirteen Institutes of Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). IAPH fosters the advancement of a national health research agenda to improve and promote the health of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada, through research, knowledge translation and capacity building.

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Canadian Society for International Health- MentorNet

CSIH MentorNet connects Students and Young Professionals (SYPs) interested in global health with experts in the field for discussion and coaching over a period of eight months.

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