USask Cameco Chair in Indigenous Health and Wellness renewed for another five years


The University of Saskatchewan’s Cameco Chair in Indigenous Health and Wellness has been renewed for another five years, thanks to a $1.25M commitment from the Royal University Hospital Foundation. The chair was initially established through a partnership with the foundation and Cameco and is still held by the inaugural chair Dr Alexandra King. “Inaugurating the Cameco Chair clearly had the potential to be something unique, to be a flagship where wise and promising practices in Indigenous health and wellness research could be birthed and nurtured,” said King. “We have been able to privilege wholistic approaches to research that are grounded in healing and wellness and relationships, and to advocate for and create system-level changes.”

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