Indigenous cultural safety and humility for oral health professionals

We invite you to join our webinar, Indigenous cultural safety and humility for oral health professionals, led by Len Pierre, CEO of Len Pierre Consulting. Len is Coast Salish from Katzie (kate-zee) First Nation. He is a professor, consultant, TEDx Speaker, social activist, change agent, and traditional knowledge keeper. 

In this webinar, Len will cover Indigenous cultural safety, colonialism, and ways to mobilize Indigenous cultural safety and bring about change.  

We are offering this learning opportunity to support oral health professionals in your delivery of culturally safe and humble oral health care to First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples. 

Cultural safety and humility is a strategic focus outlined in our Strategic Plan. As a health regulator, we incorporate meaningful Indigenous involvement in our decision-making and adopt practices that uphold anti-racism, cultural safety and humility. 


Where: online, via Webex  
When: 6-7:30 p.m. PT on Tuesday, March 12, 2024 
Cost: This is a free webinar series offered to all oral health professionals at no charge  

Please note that you do not need to download the WebEx application if you join via a desktop computer. If you plan to join us on a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet, you will need to download the Webex meetings application.  

A recording of this webinar will be published on the BCCOHP website following the session.  

About the speaker

Len Pierre has a Master’s degree in Education from Simon Fraser University focusing on Indigenous curriculum and instructional design. His experience includes Indigenous education and program leadership from various organizations across colonial Canada. 

He specializes in the development of educational programs and services with decolonization and reconciliation as its core values. He comes to us with an open heart and open mind, and hopes to be received in the same way. 

Credit eligibility  

Those who attended the live webinar or watch the recorded version available on the website are eligible for 1.5 CC/CE credits. 

Please download and complete a CC/CE Reflection Form and attach it to your submission as supporting documentation.  

This webinar falls into the B1 – Psychology/Sociology content subcategory for the dental hygienist Quality Assurance Program. 

BCCOHP webinar series 
This event is the second in a series of webinars. The series will aim to inform and educate our various audiences and support the provision of safe, competent, team-based oral health care in BC. We will cover topics such as cultural safety and humility, patient-centred and team-based care, and more.  

Once registered, you will receive an auto-generated confirmation email from Webex with the event link.  

Contact us

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