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Chelsey Branch

Facilitator- ICC Training

Provincial Health Services Authority

HQ Phone:  (604) 675-7400

Direct Phone: (778) ***-****direct phone

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Provincial Health Services Authority

700-1380 Burrard St

Vancouver, British Columbia,V6Z 2H3

Canada

Company Description

PHSA operates nine agencies and services: ?Cancer Agencies BC Centre for Disease Control BC Children's and Sunny Hill Health Care Centre BC Mental Health and Addiction Services  BC Renal Agency BC Transplant BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre Cardiac Servic...more

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Chelsey Branch
Chelsey is of British and Irish ancestry. She and her partner are currently living as a guest on Coast Salish territory in Vancouver, BC. She has worked as an educator and researcher in a variety of contexts over the last 10 years. Her passion for social justice issues can be traced back to her experiences living and working overseas; learning from and working with Indigenous women's groups in South America was a major catalyst for the journey she is on today. Chelsey joined the PHSA Indigenous Cultural Competency training program team as a facilitator soon after the training was designed in 2008 and is the Lead Facilitator. She is committed to facilitating conversations related to health equity and social justice and believes that Indigenous cultural competency has a critical role to play in sparking the conversation about the health inequities in Canada.


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