Take a step back
Cultural humility is a willingness to suspend what we think we know about another culture by reflecting on existing personal and systemic biases.
Be comfortable not knowing.
Health care providers are not expected to be cultural experts for all First Nations and Aboriginal peoples. Exercising humility is about being comfortable with what we don’t know - rather than assuming a certain state of knowledge or awareness. 
Take the time to learn.
Because healthcare operates within cultural frameworks, cultural issues are central in the delivery of health services, treatment, and prevention interventions. It is therefore crucial to actively learn and adopt humility, as a first step towards a life-long journey of personal and systemic reflection.