Upcoming Activities

St. Michael's Hospital: Collaborative Learning Series - Why Health Equity Matters - CANCELLED!

June 20

Formerly St. Michael's Hospital: IPE Series

**Activity has been cancelled due to low number of registrants.**

All SMH students are welcome. Please bring  your own lunch/snacks and get ready to learn!

Objectives:

  • Discuss and become familiar with terms and concepts related to health equity;

  • Explore how bias and discrimination contribute to health inequities;

  • Apply the concept of equity to health care settings

Presenter: Cian Knights, Experience and Engagement Specialist

To register: Please RSVP with Christine Williams at williamsc@smh.ca or ext. 2081 by June 19. Include your name, school, program and year of study.


Holland Bloorview: Hospital to Home for Children with Medical Complexity

June 20

Please note: this activity is only open to students currently or who have recently completed a placement at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital.

IPE Facilitators: 

Sarah Davidson, Occupational Therapist
Nadine Vermeulen, Family Leader
Beth Dangerfield, Family Partnerships Specialist

Children and youth who have complex medical needs often transition between hospitals and then, following their hospital stay, they are discharged home. Children, youth, caregivers and family members benefit greatly from the support of an interprofessional team who work collaboratively with each other and with the children, youth, caregivers and family members to ensure a safe and successful transition home, maximize integration into the community and enhance their quality of life.

Learning Objectives
By the end of the session, learners will be able to:
1) Describe the lived experience of a client and family transitioning home;
2) Identify the strengths and challenges of transition to the community; and
3) Outline the value of having an interprofessional team support a client and family’s transition journey home.

For more information and to register, please contact Darlene Hubley, IPE Leader dhubley@hollandbloorview.ca

Registration will be limited in total number and in profession specific numbers so please register early to avoid disappointment.


Bridgepoint: Sessions in Accredited Interprofessional Learning (SAILs) - Mindful walk around the Bridgepoint Labyrinth

June 21

Please note: this activity has a maximum number of 30 students.

Presenter: Lecia Kiska, BSc, MDiv, Spiritual Care Professional

To register: please contact Katherine Brown at Katherine.Brown@sinaihealthsystem.ca Please include your full name and email address in the body of your email and kindly indicate the date and/or topic of the session you would like to attend in the subject line.