That's an excellent question. I hope you will keep asking that question of a number of professionals.
Really quickly, absolutely, I'm getting learners ready so that they're eligible to apply to medical school, and that's in undergraduate and even high school programs.
Admissions is another area. Also, then, there's the area of support for indigenous learners who are in medical school, because they are quite unique. They are like those who are here. They have phenomenal responsibilities within their communities as community leaders, cultural leaders and keepers of indigenous knowledge, besides going to medical school. Also, many of them are older and many of them already have families, so they need support. They're a different kind of learner than the average medical student. Last of all, they need jobs.
It's wonderful that we can be working in hospitals and clinics alongside our non-indigenous colleagues, but really, indigenous physicians need to be able to ascend. They need to sit alongside chiefs, as their medical officers. Indigenous people can have their own medical officers as their senior health advisers, and we need indigenous physicians and other health care professionals at the highest levels to ask for accountabilities and change.