Crossing the Education and Quality Chasm Through Lifelong Learning Drs. Sanjeev Sockalingam & David Wiljer March 17, 2017 University Health Network 12:00 – 1:00 pm (1EN-429&430) Learning objectives: 1. Identify key theories and factors that contribute to successful lifelong and master
A part of the University of Toronto’s Sesquicentennial Commemorations and hosted by the University of Toronto’s Health History Partnership (http://torontohealthhistory.ca/about.shtml), (IM)MATERIAL CULTURE: Health History Collections in a Digital Era, an interdisciplinary symposium, will take place on November 10th and 11th, 2017. (IM)MATERIAL CULTURE begins
The Body Electric is an art exhibit curated in partnership with the Royal College by Dr Allison Crawford and Dr Lisa Richardson each year at the International Conference on Resident Education. The Body Electric 2016 from Erin MacIndoe Sproule on
Please join us on January 24th at 7pm for a screening and discussion of: STAND BY FOR TAPE BACKUP (Hot Docs ’15) is a film about memory, death and re-runs, written and directed by Ross Sutherland. Through repetition and the
CALL FOR PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS/PERFORMANCES FOR CANADA’S NATIONAL HEALTH,ARTS AND HUMANITIES MEETING-NEW DEADLINE JANUARY 31ST, 2017 Please visit the conference website at : http://www.creatingspace2017.ca/en/ For more information , please write to: email@example.com CALL FOR PAPERS Creating Space VII: Dreaming the Myth Onward:
The Program in Health, Arts and Humanities and the student humanities blog Artbeat are pleased to announce an exciting evening at the Taragon Theatre in Toronto. You’ll have the chance to hear a discussion between the author of SEQUENCE, Calgary ophthamologist Dr.
________________________________________________ November is Arts & Health Month – an internationally recognized month to celebrate and raise awareness about arts’ contributions to health, healing and well being. We want to turn up the volume on the arts & health conversation in Canada this
Please plan on attending the 2017 Performing Psychiatry & Book Fair: The 2017 Performing Psychiatry event will feature a book display, visual art exhibit and live performances by faculty and staff. Please distribute this widely and encourage peers to submit!
MUSIC in MEDICINE SERIES Our Music in Med SPEAKER SERIES is starting up again! MSB Room 3154 – St. George Campus HSC Room 140 – MAM Wednesday, October 12 5:00-6:00 PM Further Details can be found at: https://goo.gl/forms/8Ci0om0F4MpMpWuH3 Session 1: