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Auduzhe Mino Nesewinong Clinic (Place of Healthy Breathing): Advancing Indigenous Health and Data Equity

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Auduzhe Mino Nesewinong is a comprehensive Indigenous-led COVID-19 clinic offering testing, vaccines, wraparound supports, outreach services, case identification and management, and contact tracing to Toronto’s Indigenous population.

In this case study report, The United Way of Greater Toronto describes the efforts of Auduzhe's partner organizations Na-Me-Res, Seventh Generation Midwives Toronto, and the Well Living House to improve accurate collection of Indigenous COVID-19 data, which is dramatically underreported in urban environments.


Cascante, I., Al-Saidawi, H., McDonough, L., & Adams, A. (2022).  Auduzhe Mino Nesewinong Clinic (Place of Healthy Breathing): Advancing Indigenous health and data equity. https://www.unitedwaygt.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/advancing-indigenous-health-and-data-equity.pdf

Tags: COVID-19, Indigenous health, Reporting and measurement, Report / Document