A Narrative-based Exploration of Resilience from the CPD
Resilience in Practice – Starting March 12
There are limited spots available for “Resilience in Practice” – a new workshop series designed to explore and understand personal and professional resiliency using narrative-based medicine approaches. This series will take place over five sessions from 10am – 12pm on Saturday mornings from March 12 – July 9, 2022.
Using the work (and wisdom) of five contemporary clinician writers, learners will:
- Explore clinician memoirs as a foundation for understanding different experiences of resilience.
- Enhance their understanding of personal and professional resiliency.
- Deepen their skills as close readers, writers and listeners through practical exercises.
Book excerpts and themes will be used as a springboard for reflections and writing in each session. Come to deepen your learning, enhance your creativity, or find inspiration. Note: The memoirs are a resource to explore these themes and pre-reading is not required.
The group is facilitated by Karen Gold, a narrative medicine facilitator, social worker, and educator.
See the program website for complete details.
Registration link: https://facmed.registration.med.utoronto.ca/portal/events/reg/participantTypeSelection.do?method=load&entityId=3000060&utm_source=Discover&utm_medium=CPD+Website&utm_campaign=CPD+Events+Page
If anyone requires registration assistance, they should email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuing Professional Development
Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
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