Poetry at Sinai Health — 2 Events in April,
National Poetry Month A Writing and Reflection Workshop for Residents, MD Educators and Practitioners
with Ronna Bloom, Sinai Health’s Poet-In-Residence:
Have You Seen the Patient?
Using reflective writing as a platform, explore what it is to “see” your patient, as a care provider, team member, and as a human being. Have a conversation with yourself and each other about the rich nature of patient-centred collaborative work.
April 10, 2019, 6pm-8pm
Mount Sinai Hospital, OT Room 941
Ronna Bloom is the author of six books of poetry. Her most recent book, The More, (Pedlar Press, 2017) was longlisted for the 2018 City of Toronto Book Award. Ronna is currently Poet in Community at the University of Toronto and Poet in Residence at Sinai Health. www.ronnabloom.com
There is no fee for participation in each workshop, but a firm commitment once registered is expected. Please advise well in advance if you’re unable to attend, as these workshops generally have a wait-list. Inter-professional practitioners are welcome, space permitting.
You can register with: email@example.com
A Panel of Poets, Doctors and Educators
OPEN TO ALL:
Why Are You So Scared? & Other Questions about Poetry, Medicine and Shocks of Mortality
A conversation with a poet-physician, a poet-patient, and the Mount Sinai poet-in-residence.
With Shane Neilson, author of Dysphoria (PQL); Molly Peacock, author of The Analyst (Biblioasis); and Ronna Bloom, author of The More (Pedlar Press).
Moderated by Dr. Allan Peterkin, author of Staying Human During Residency Training (University of Toronto Press)
Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 6-9pm
Mount Sinai Hospital, Auditorium, 18th Floor,