16th Annual Day in Faculty Development #MacPFD16
Advancing Inclusive Excellence in Health Education and Practice
💻 Delivered Virtually via Zoom
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Join us, as we Engage, Develop, and Inspire faculty and health professionals around the world to advance inclusive excellence in their academic, training, and practice environments.
Overall Learning Objectives:
At the end of MacpFD16, participants will be able to:
describe challenges and opportunities for promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in their respective practice and education environments;
identify strategies health professionals and educators can take to support institutional and health professional program EDI goals;
address and identify personal actions one can take to support and advance EDI initiatives that recognize facets of institutional culture, power and privilege, and effective allyship.
Saroo ShardaAssociate Dean of Equity and Inclusion, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University
Dr. Henry & Sylvia Wong Forum in Medicine
Jackie Schliefer-Taylor President and CEO, London Health Sciences Centre
Q+AThe Q+A will be followed by a short break.
Catherine Tong/Sandra Monteiro
Supporting racialized learners
Indigenous Health Topics - Searching for information
Leadership development in inclusive excellence
Closing Keynote Introduction: Bernice DowneyAssociate Dean Indigenous Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University
Indigenous Knowledge and Advancing Indigenous Reconciliation
Kahontakwas Diane Longboat
CAMH Elder & Senior Manager Strategic Initiatives Shkaabe Makwa
Start your QUEST!
Kahontakwas Diane Longboat, B.A, B.ED, M.ED is a member of the Turtle Clan, Mohawk Nation at Six Nations Grand River Territory, Canada and a citizen of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. She is a ceremonial leader, knowledge keeper and founder of the Healing Lodge called Soul of the Mother at Six Nations.Diane’s work is located at the intersection of health, education and traditional knowledge systems.
Since 2013, Diane has served as Elder for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Canada’s largest and leading institution for clinical services and research for mental well-being. Diane led the development of the Ceremony Grounds for CAMH to establish the Sweat Lodge, Sacred Fire, and medicine gardens, including the policy development required to support traditional Indigenous healing as a standard of practice. Today, as Senior Manager of Strategic Initiatives, in Shkaabe Makwa Centre at CAMH, her work involves organizational strategy for enhancing culturally grounded services to First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples and advancing the CAMH Truth and Reconciliation Action Plan.