|Event||4th Tuesday of the Month||MONTHLY MINDFULNESS For Clinicians and Trainees at Mount Sinai Hospital||Meditation for Mindful Living and Clinical Practice is a series of monthly open sessions offered through the Health, Arts and Humanities Program. The objective of the series is to provide mental health professionals and students from all clinical disciplines an opportunity to learn or further develop meditation skills for enhancing their self-care and therapeutic presence with clients. RSVP is required, Email : email@example.com||http://health-humanities.com/monthly-meditation-for-mindful-living-and-clinical-practice-4th-tuesday-of-the-month-rsvp-required/|
|Event||Every Wednesday||The Health Narratives Research Group (HeNReG)||Meets Wednesdays from 4-6 pm at Mount Sinai Hospital info at :
|Event||April 5, 2018||POETRY AND MEDICINE PANEL
Why Are You So Scared? “Other Questions about Poetry, Medicine and Shocks of Mortality”
|A conversation with a poet-physician, a poet-patient, and Ronna Bloom, the Sinai Health poet-in residence:
SHANE NEILSON, author of Dysphoria (Porcupine’s Quill
MOLLY, PEACOCK, author of The Analyst: Poems (WH Norton)
Ronna Bloom , author of The More (Pedlar Press)Moderated by Dr. Allan Peterkin Head, the Program In Health, Arts and Humanities, University of Toronto
Location: Mount Sinai Hospital, 600 University Ave, 18th Floor Auditorium
Date/Time: Thursday, April 5, 2018, 5:00-8:00pm
|Event||April 9, 2018||SYNESTHESIA- U of T’s ANNUAL ART SHOW FOR FACULTY, ALUMNI AND STUDENTS||This year, Synesthesia will be held April 9th, 2018 in the Medical Science Building Stone Lobby. Submissions of original artwork (paintings, photography, computer graphics, poetry, sculpture, or any other form of displayable art) from students, faculty and health practitioners across disciplines make this show possible.||n/a|
|Event||April 9, 2018||STORYTELLING THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP- Finding Connection Through Medicine-with Dr Dawn Lim||Open to medical students , residents and fellows at no charge.
April 9th, 2018 , at the close of the Synesthesia Art Show: 5-700 pm
**Maximum number of students is 20. First come , first served.
|Event||April 10, 2018||CINEMA MEDICA:
Film: The People of the Kattawapiskak River
Guest: Dr. Lisa Richardson, Indigenous Health Education Co-Lead (University of Toronto)
|Tuesday, April 10, 7-9pm, 18TH FLOOR AUDITORIUM , MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL
Indigenous Health Film Screening + Discussion“The People of the Kattawapiskak River”, a documentary by celebrated Mohawk filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin, exposes the housing crisis faced by 1,700 Cree in a James Bay coastal community. It chronicles the story of how racism and neglect led Attawapiskat’s band chief, Theresa Spence, to ask the Canadian Red Cross for disaster relief. This film is a critical reminder of the role of social determinants of health such as housing for community wellness, and of how strong Indigenous leaders are advocating for change. The use of film as a transformative teaching tool in health care education also resonates of Indigenous pedagogies that are grounded in culture, experience and the wisdom of our ancestors, and foregrounds strengths-based models of change for Indigenous peoples.
|Deadline||April 13, 2018||Call for Submissions: Mary Seeman Humanities Award: 2018||This award is intended to encourage creative and scholarly activity in the interface between the humanities and issues related to mental illness and emotional well-being. The award is open to students from Dentistry, Kinesiology and Physical Education, Medicine (including undergraduate, residents and fellows), Nursing, Medical Radiation Sciences, Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Social Work, Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto, as well as students from medical humanities disciplines including literary studies, history, bio-ethics and disability studies.||http://health-humanities.com/call-for-submissions-mary-seeman-humanities-award-2018/|
|Event||April 19, 2018||THE ART OF MEDICINE CONTINUES: Brian Goldman -“On Empathy”||THE ART OF MEDICINE SPEAKERS’ SERIES CONTINUES- a dynamic new speakers’ series and book signing with physician authors will be held at the medical school in 2018.
A Reading and Book Signing By Dr. Brian Goldman for the Art of Medicine Speakers’ Series: The Power of Kindness – Why Empathy Is Essential in Everyday Life,
As a veteran emergency room physician, Dr. Brian Goldman has a successful career setting broken bones, curing pneumonia, and otherwise pulling people back from the brink of medical emergency. He always believed that caring came naturally to physicians. But time, stress, errors, and heavy expectations left him wondering if he might not be the same caring doctor he thought he was at the beginning of his career. He wondered what kindness truly looks like—in himself and in others.
|Event||April 24, 2018||MONTHLY MINDFULNESS For Clinicians and Trainees at Mount Sinai Hospital||Meditation for Mindful Living and Clinical Practice is a series of monthly open sessions offered through the Health, Arts and Humanities Program. The objective of the series is to provide mental health professionals and students from all clinical disciplines an opportunity to learn or further develop meditation skills for enhancing their self-care and therapeutic presence with clients.
Date: 4th Tuesday of each month
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Cost: $35/session, $150/five sessions, $300/year.
Free for the first five students/residents to register for each session.
RSVP is required, Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
|Event||April 27-28, 2018||CREATING SPACE VIII||The newly inaugurated Canadian Association for Health Humanities now has a website and national/international list-serv : WWW.CAHH.CA
CREATING SPACE , Canada’s annual Health Humanities Conference will be held before the CCME meeting at Dalhousie University , Halifax, April 27-28-as a pre-CCME Conference event
Creating Space VIII: April 27-28, 2018, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
Theme: Fostering Critical Thinking Through the Arts and Humanities
Join the newly formed Canadian Association For Health humanities at: WWW.CAHH.CA
|Event||June 1, 2018||THE ART OF MEDICINE CONTINUES: Ron Epstein author of “Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness and Humanity”||A dynamic new speakers’ series and book signing with physician authors will be held at the medical school in 2018. This session is jointly sponsored by the U Toronto Departments of: Family and Community Medicine; Psychiatry, Division of Psychotherapies, Health Humanities and Education Scholarship (PHES); and the Mount Sinai Hospital (Psychiatry)
“Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness and Humanity”
RONALD EPSTEIN, MD, Professor of Family Medicine, Psychiatry, Oncology and Medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, and author of over 250 publications including, Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness and Humanity, is internationally known for his research on communication in healthcare, and writings about mindful practice and assessment in medical education.
|Event||June 1-4, 2018||NARRATIVE MEDICINE 4 DAY INTENSIVE TRAINING:
Narrative Healthcare Atelier Mount Sinai Psychotherapy Institute
|Visiting Keynote Speaker: Ronald M. Epstein, MD
Course Directors: Allan Peterkin, MD & Michael Roberts, MDCanada’s Only Advanced Training Seminar in Narrative-based Healthcare for Health Practitioners and Educators across Clinical Disciplines
Explore and reflect critically on your clinical practices, challenges, personal and professional growth as health providers using narrative, storytelling and arts-based learning. This 4 day workshop is designed to help you improve outcomes and to humanize your experiences within complex healthcare contexts. Themes related to relationship-centered care, professionalism, team collaboration and the hidden curriculum will be explored through visual, cinematic and literary texts including fiction, drama and poetry.
This intensive, interactive atelier will apply narrative theory and reflective practice in the contexts of interprofessional patient-centred healthcare, research and education. It aims to: enliven your engagement and collaboration as clinicians and educators from all disciplines; support best practices as teachers, clinicians and lifelong learners; transform the paradigm of your daily professional practice with a renewed commitment to the core values of humanistic healthcare.
|Announcement||n/a||ARS MEDICA-A Journal of Medicine, The Arts and Humanities||The CURRENT issue of ARS MEDICA-A Journal of Medicine, The Arts and Humanities is now available at: http://www.ars-medica.ca/index.php/journal/issue/view/26||http://www.ars-medica.ca/index.php/journal/issue/view/26|
|Announcement||n/a||NATIONAL HEALTH HUMANITIES EVENTS||The newly inaugurated Canadian Association for Health Humanities now has a website and national/international listserv||http://cahh.ca/|
|Event||Spring 2018||Looking Through Art: Art and Medicine||An AGO Elective for Health Sciences Students and Residents, University of Toronto. This elective will take place at the Art Gallery of Ontario in spring 2018, dates TBD, 6-9PM. Pre-registration is necessary, and we ask that participants commit to ALL five sessions. NO PRIOR ART EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY.||http://health-humanities.com/looking-through-art-art-and-medicine-2/|