MINDFEST 2019 Symposium Mindfest is returning on Thursday, January 24, 2019. 10 am – 2 pm. Hart House, 7 Hart House Cir. University of Toronto – St. George Campus. Key Note Speakers: Dr. Tony George: Cannabis Legalization and Psychiatric Disorders: Caveat “Hemp-tor” Mr.
Bending the Arc (2017) All are welcome – RSVP Below Join us for a screening of Bending the Arc (2017), a documentary about the work two physicians and a social activist did to establish Partners in Health in Haiti. The
The application window is now open, and we are looking for submissions for the Mimi Divinsky Award for History and Narrative in Family Medicine, which recognizes the best submitted narrative account of experiences in family medicine. The award is named in memory
Call for Submissions: WHITE COAT, Warm ART Exhibit ~ Niagara Falls Ontario April 13th-16th. We are pleased to announce the TENTH “White COAT, Warm ART Exhibit” which is held annually in conjunction with the Canadian Conference on Medical education (CCME). This
Here is the Toronto arts event calendar for January 2019 prepared by med student Kimberley Lau and the ARTBEAT health humanities blog team. Performances, visual arts, music, literature to usher in the New Year ! www.utmedhumanities.wordpress.com
CREATING SPACE IX CALL FOR PAPERS Creating Space IX: April 12-13, 2019, Hamilton, ON Theme: Cultural Humility and Contemporary Medical Practice: (How) Can the Humanities Help? The British Columbia First Nations Health Authority reminds us that “cultural humility involves humbling acknowledging oneself as a
Poetry at Sinai Health 2019— 3 Workshops and a Conversation Poetry, Writing, and Reflection for Residents, MD Educators and Practitioners–– 3 workshops with Ronna Bloom, Mount Sinai Hospital’s Poet-In-Residence- Wednesday January 16 Awake at Work Using writing as a
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Call for Submissions WHITE COAT, Warm ART Exhibit Niagara Falls, ON ~ April 13th – 16th, 2019 We are pleased to announce the TENTH “White COAT, Warm ART Exhibit” which is held annually in conjunction with the Canadian Conference on
FOSTERING THE NEW REVOLUTION IN CANADIAN MEDICAL EDUCATION There is a growing body of research that suggests that exposing medical trainees to the humanities (including: literature, film, poetry, and visual arts) fosters enhanced critical reflection and empathy in physician-patient encounters.