At the University of Toronto, Narrative Medicine and Arts-based Curricula are staples of Undergraduate Studies in Medicine and increasingly through Residency and beyond. The opportunities afforded for engagement, reflection and social connection enrich and encourage trainees and faculty alike to learn in transformative ways. The COVID-19 pandemic has placed many burdens on both learners and practitioners, however, it has also presented us with an opportunity to explore new connections both virtual and visual.
Mixed-Media & Medicine (MMM) – A New Virtual Narrative Medicine Space Open To All
Offers a novel discussion space for group learning, reflection and new modes of presentation that are open to all medical learners – student, faculty & staff alike. From our own UofT literary journal ARS MEDICA (https://ars-medica.ca/index.php/journal) to Zine Archives in Graphic Medicine (https://www.graphicmedicine.org/comic-type/zine/) and everything in between (Poetry, Comics, YOUTUBES, Monologues, Short Short Stories you name it), we are excited to provide a safe space for participants to discuss short(ish) representations that address spirit, wellness, resilience , consciousness, and reflection. This is an inclusive environment to which ALL are welcomed and equally valued. Please spread the word amongst all people medical – students, faculty, colleagues, tutors, professors, residents, fellows, undergrads, postgrads. Come one come all ! Join us for the Mixed Media in Medicine (MMM) get-together (beginning November 24th, 2020) from 6 pm until 7. MMM will continue on the second Tuesday of every month starting in January 2021.
First, please take a moment to subscribe to our MMM listserv; please send an e-mail message to: email@example.com and remember if possible to use your @utoronto.ca email to subscribe. In the BODY of your message, please type the following: subscribe HAH-MMM-L your Firstname and Lastname (Example: subscribe HAH-MMM-L Bruce Wayne). A confirmation request message will be sent to your email account with a confirmation link.
Dr. Conor Mc Donnell, Staff Anesthesiologist Associate Professor, University of Toronto PeriOperative Services Associate Chief for Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine Patient Safety & Quality Program Director Hospital Patient Safety Physician & Medication Safety Physician Lead, The Hospital for Sick Children
ScheduledEvent Mixed-Media & Medicine Narrative Visual Arts