Thank you for joining us on Monday, January 9th, 2023 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (PST), for “IBPOC Voices: A Conversation with Dr. Anita Palepu”. Anita Palepu, MD, MPH, FRCPC, MACP, FCAHS is a Professor and Eric W. Hamber Chair, Department of Medicine at UBC and Providence Health Care.
This virtual event is part of the IBPOC Voices, a new monthly series led by Dr. Neila Miled the anti-racism Advisor.
IBPOC Voices is an opportunity to meet and have a conversation with guests who identify as Indigenous, Black and people of color. This series centers IBPOC experiences and knowledge, and highlights how they navigate the different challenges and how they engage with equity, diversity and inclusion. It is also a space where guests talk about their vision of an equitable and just environment. This series is an opportunity to open spaces where we know each other more and create a sense of community because “We are fully dependent on each other for the possibility of being understood and without this understanding we are not intelligible, we do not make sense, we are not solid, visible, integrated; we are lacking. So, travelling to each other’s “worlds” would enable us to be through loving each other” (Maria Lugones)
Dr. Anita Palepu, MD, MPH, FRCPC, MACP, FCAHS is a Professor and Eric W. Hamber Chair, Department of Medicine at UBC and Providence Health Care. She is a Scientist with the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences and her research area falls under the broad umbrella of urban health research. Dr. Palepu is a General Internal Medicine specialist and practices with clinical trainees on the Clinical Teaching Unit at St. Paul’s Hospital. She is also an associate editor for the Annals of Internal Medicine.
- Dr. Neila Miled – Anti-Racism Advisor
Topic: IBPOC Voices: A Conversation with Dr. Anita Palepu
Date: Monday, January 9th, 2023
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm PST
What Will I Learn?
You will learn more about IBPOC experiences and knowledge, and how IBPOC navigate the different challenges and engage with equity, diversity and inclusion.