• Race, Medicine and Healthcare: Indian Hospitals in 20th Century Canada 🗓
    As Canada embarked on national healthcare programs such as Medicare it also maintained a system of racially segregated hospitals for Indigenous people.  Poorly funded and badly managed, ‘Indian hospitals’ isolated Indigenous people from modern care.  This history exposes some of the twentieth-century roots of racism in healthcare. […]
  • Physician Wellness Forum TODAY with Dr. Molyn Leszcz: PHYSICIAN AND EMOTIONAL WELLBEING: COVID AND BEYOND 🗓
    Physician Wellness Forum, a forum for exploration of topics that impact physician engagement, wellness and excellence. Principles to guide self-care and guide leadership in support of our colleagues and their provision of patient care during these challenging times […]
  • Arts-Based Research with Hartley Jafine 🗓
    Join us to learn how you can share your research through artistic methods. Arts-based research is the use of artistic practices (theatre, photography, poetry, etc.) to collect, analyze, and communicate research (Leavy, 2015). […]
  • Awake at Work 🗓
    Writing into Presence for Medical Students, Physicians and Other Health Care Professionals. In this session, use writing to explore how simply showing up and attending to your own experience is the starting point for attending to others. […]
  • Art is Patient seminar series-Visual Literacy Training 🗓
    This 3-part seminar guides Medical Students, Residents , Physicians and Other Health Professionals. […]
  • Invitation – Fireside Chat on Leadership – September 15 🗓
    As part of our ongoing commitment to leadership education, we are introducing a series of ‘Fireside Chats’ with medical leaders.   […]
  • COVID & Ethics Series: links to videos of 4 webinars
    From Dr Robert Klitzman, Joseph Mailman School of Public Health Four  online lectures on Bioethics and Covid 19 in the US Inequality, Vulnerability, and Health Justice: Learning from the Pandemic   Ethics Consultations During COVID-19   The […]
  • Free Lecture Series: Intersections of Race, Class, and Health
    Dear Friends and Colleagues, I am delighted to share details about a virtual lecture series that I have organized over this new academic year.  All of the presentations are open and free, but there is a separate rsvp link for each.  I will send […]
    Please share a wonderful resource found at this link: Open source #Coronavirus syllabus It’s curated beautifully and broken down as follows : —“Teach the virus,” Anne Fausto-Sterling Table of Contents  Articles and Books               1 […]
  • JHI Program for the Arts 2020-2021 FUNDING Deadline Extended
    FROM THE JACKMAN HUMANITIES INSTITUTE Dear Colleagues: The deadline for applications for funding in 2020-2021 for the JHI Program for the Arts is now extended to 15 April 2020 at midnight. A couple of provisions have also been adjusted to make it […]