Family Medicine Grand Rounds: Confronting complexity and truth to improve health among Canada’s Indigenous population
Join us on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. for Family Medicine Grand Rounds in the Western Centre for Public Health and Family Medicine Building, Room 1150.
Dr. Chantelle A.M. Richmond, PhD, will present Confronting complexity and truth to improve health among Canada’s Indigenous population.
- To learn how contemporary patterns of Indigenous health are rooted in structural processes of colonialism;
- To introduce the concept of environmental dispossession and its physical and political pathways; and
- To consider how this learning may impact your personal and professional practice (e.g., as a person and as a Doctor).
25% interaction will be included (45 min. presentation with 15 min. Q&A).
This program has no commercial support.
Supported by the Citywide Department of Family Medicine and Department of Family Medicine.
If you can't make it in person, please join us live on our livestream channel.
If you experience difficulties connecting please contact ETMS at 519-661-2111 ext. 83035 for assistance.
Attendance is taken at Grand Rounds. If you do not attend in person, please e-mail Sheena Blasing after the session if you wish to qualify for MAINPRO credits.
Sheena will send the MAINPRO certificates out at the end of the year.