Lindsay Farrell, PhD (she/her)

Indigenous Health & Systems Transformation, Reconciliation, and Indigenous Cultural Safety

Vancouver, BC

Dr. Lindsay Farrell is Anishinaabekwe (she/her/hers). Her mother is from Whitewater Lake in Northern Ontario and her father is a second-generation White settler of Scottish, Irish, and English descent. Lindsay is a member of Eabametoong First Nation and grew up in Thunder Bay, Ontario. She has spent the last several years working within academic health research and health care settings to advance cultural safety & humility, support organizations in the process of Truth and Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples, and improved health and wellness outcomes for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples. Dr. Farrell is an active Indigenous community-based researcher, with research interests focusing on Indigenous wellness, cannabis & harm reduction, and collaborative culturally attuned models supporting health and wellness of Indigenous Peoples.