For members of the Canadian Association for Health Humanities
Membership info at : https://www.cahh.ca/new-products/annual-membership :
Good afternoon to all,
I hope this finds you and yours well at a singular time, to say the least. As CAHH members from 2018-2019, I wanted to notify you of two events coming up on Thursday, 1 October 2020: the CAHH Special General Meeting (SGM) and our inaugural Virtual Rounds (to be held by Zoom). Details are below for each, but I wanted to note that the SGM will be for members only. If you have not yet renewed your membership, please do so at https://www.cahh.ca/new-products/annual-membership as we’d love to have you there!
If you have already renewed your membership for this year, feel free to disregard that and my apologies for the extra e-mail. Please see details of the sessions below, and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out!
Brett Schrewe (CAHH Secretary-Communications Officer)
On behalf of the CAHH Executive and Advisory Council
CAHH Special General Meeting (SGM)
- 14h30-15h30 (PDT)
- 15h30-16h30 (MDT)
- 16h30-17h30 (CDT)
- 17h30-18h30 (EDT)
- 18h30-19h30 (ADT)
- 19h00-20h00 (NDT)
The Zoom link will be sent to CAHH members by separate e-mail in the days to come! The SGM Agenda and associated documents will be available on the CAHH website prior to the SGM (www.cahh.ca).
CAHH Virtual Rounds
This event is open to the general public, is co-hosted by the University of Alabama’s Art of Medicine Rounds, and will be held immediately following the SGM as follows:
- 15h30-17h30 (PDT)
- 16h30-18h30 (MDT)
- 17h30-19h30 (CDT)
- 18h30-20h30 (EDT)
- 19h30-21h30 (ADT)
- 20h00-22h00 (NDT)
The Zoom link will be available in the coming days.
We are ecstatic to feature the following presenters!
- Malika Sharma, MD, MEd, FRCPC (Toronto, Ontario), “Whose Stories, Whose Voices: Troubling Humanism in Medicine”
- Tracy Moniz, PhD (Halifax, Nova Scotia), “How and why are the arts and humanities used in medical education? A scoping review of the literature”
Poetry presented by
- Don Colburn MA, MFA (Oregon, USA)
- Jack Coulehan MD, MPH (New York, USA)