position: Educational Development Specialist (Indigenization)
Rose Roberts is a Woodland Cree woman originally from the community of Stanley Mission, Saskatchewan, Canada and is a member of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band. She speaks her first language fluently and practices her traditional lifestyle to the fullest extent possible. She has an undergraduate degree in Nursing, masters and doctoral degrees in Community Health and Epidemiology. She has held faculty positions at the College of Nursing and School of Public Health at the University of Saskatchewan. She received a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence award and spent a year teaching at the Northwest Indian College in Bellingham, WA, USA. She has held the position of CEO of the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority in Prince Albert, SK. Currently she is working as an Educational Development Specialist in Indigenous Engagement and Education at the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Saskatchewan. She most recently was a co-editor for a book called Radical Human Ecology: Indigenous and Intercultural Approaches. Her work and writing is now based on the cultural traditions of the Woodland Cree. She has spent the last 20 years re-connecting with her traditional teachings, particularly in respect to the land based knowledge.
Registered nurses and medicines regulation in remote Australia
Sustainability of a rural volunteer program – Nav-CARE
3rd Australasian Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Conference
Digital Health Institute Summit 2020
WONCA World Conference 2020