Events

Indigenous Intelligence Training with Maynard Angus

Indigenous Intelligence Training with Maynard Angus

In honour of National Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the SBME Indigenous Engagement Committee would like to invite you to attend the workshop “Indigenous Intelligence Training” with Maynard Angus on June 21st, from 9 AM to 12 PM.

Beyond Diversity: Embedding a Culture of Inclusive Excellence in Medicine

Beyond Diversity: Embedding a Culture of Inclusive Excellence in Medicine

Watch a recording of REDI’s Third Annual Symposium on embedding inclusive excellence into various domains of academic medicine. We addressed topics including teaching, mentorship, leadership, research, and patient care.

Join the EDI Joint Interest Group

EDI Joint Interest Group

Staff and faculty leading EDI initiatives in their units across the FoM are invited to join our EDI Joint Interest Group or drop in for a session. Learn more about our upcoming topics for July and August 2024.

Coming Home: Honouring the Resiliency of All Survivors of the Indian Residential School Experience

Coming Home: Honouring the Resiliency of All Survivors of the Indian Residential School Experience

Join our first hybrid Indigenous Speakers Series session on September 25th, 2024 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, where, we are honoured to welcome back survivors of the Indian Residential School Experience, who joined us in September 2022, and the children of survivors, who participated in September 2023. Both generations are courageous survivors of the continuing legacy of this horrific chapter in Canada’s history.

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami: The National Voice of All Inuit in Canada

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami: The National Voice of All Inuit in Canada

Watch the recording for a conversation with Natan Obed, Canada’s National Inuit Leader. Natan Obed is the president of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the national representational organization protecting and advancing the rights and interests of Inuit in Canada.

Managing Fragility and Saviourism Reactions in EDI work

Managing Fragility and Saviourism Reactions in EDI work

Watch the recording for a conversation on combating racism in healthcare. The panel features Derek Thompson, Maria Hubinette, Oakley Ramprashad, co-moderated by Saleem Razack and Harpreet Ahuja.

“Disability in Genetic Counselling” Panel Discussion

“Disability in Genetic Counselling” Panel Discussion

Join the Genetic Counseling Education Series virtually on May 17, 2024, from 12:00 – 1:00 PM PST for a discussion on awareness and support for individuals living and working with a disability or chronic condition within the medical profession, including genetic counseling. The session will cover interactions with both patients and colleagues, as well as inclusiveness in the education and training of new students.

Black Imaginaries – Worldbuilding Towards a New Public Health

Black Imaginaries – Worldbuilding Towards a New Public Health

Join the Black Public Health Collective on April 11th at 6 pm for an event on the world of Black imaginaries and their impact on public health. This in-person gathering will take place at the Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue and also will be live-streamed. Get ready to explore new perspectives and ideas that can shape the future of healthcare.

Camp Suzuki At Chá7elkwnech: Walking With The Squamish

Camp Suzuki At Chá7elkwnech: Walking With The Squamish

Faculty and post-secondary educators are invited to join Camp Suzuki on April 24-25 at Chá7elkwnech for a rare opportunity to learn about Átl’ka7tsem’s (Howe Sound) rich history, Squamish Nation culture and language, canoeing, conservation leadership and coastal ecosystems. You’ll leave the retreat with a deeply enriched understanding of this place.

Gender-affirming Care in Action: Stories and Insights from the Frontline

Gender-affirming Care in Action: Stories and Insights from the Frontline

Watch a recording for a conversation with a panel of healthcare professionals and individuals with transgender lived experiences. Gain valuable insights into the healthcare needs of transgender and gender-diverse individuals and expand your understanding of how to deliver compassionate and high-quality care to all your patients.