Research team member and community Knowledge Keeper Sally Sewap and her father Elder Elias Sewap

Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR)

YouTube Video - December 2019

This video demonstrates the collaboration and team-work with the community of Pelican Narrows as well as the Remote Presence Robot technology that will be used in the implementation phase of our Community-Informed Team and Technology Approach to Chronic Back Pain Management project in partnership with Pelican Narrows. Research team members Brenna Bath, Stacey Lovo, and Veronica McKinney were interviewed at the University of Saskatchewan and Sally Sewap and her father, Elder Elias, were interviewed in Pelican Narrows by interviewers from SCPOR at the University of Saskatchewan through the robot.


Share this story