The Good Medicine Initiative shares how we, as Indigenous people across BC, are using culture, traditional knowledge and spirituality to support ourselves and each other during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resilience, lateral kindness and humour – these inherent strengths and others are featured in positive stories that highlight how Indigenous people are responding to the pandemic.
Good Medicine messages are captured and shared in four categories.
Community Stories – good news stories from Indigenous communities, both urban and on-reserve
Wellness Champions – stories of inspirational role models from First Nations communities
FNHA as a Wellness Partner – information, education and tools to support your wellness
Living It – contests, challenges, events and special days that recognize how Indigenous people are “walking the talk”
FNHA wants to hear from you. Share your experience of Indigenous strengths through a post or story.
To share a post, tag #GoodMedicineFNHA on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.To share a story, send the story (and photos, if you can!) to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit it below. Please keep stories to less than 500 words and send photos, saved as jpegs, as separate attachments; thank you!
Office of the Chief Medical OfficerEmail: email@example.comWebpage: About the Chief Medical Office
The Good Medicine initiative was created and launched by the FNHA Office of the Chief Medical Officer as part of its strengths-based approach to wellness.