Mentorship Community of Practice
28JanThis workshop focuses on actively engaging emotion and affect as a form of knowledge through storytelling. It describes how emotional memory transforms knowledge through close listening to another’s experience and how relational possibilities can occur through mutual narrative experience.
2FebThis workshop will provide an opportunity for in-depth exploration of the science of adaptive expertise. We will describe the construct of adaptive expertise, present examples of evidence-based cognitive and curricular mechanisms that support development of adaptive expertise and help participants envision the translation of theoretical research into education practice.
23FebThis workshop will explore and unpack common barriers and insecurities in taking on a more active role of allyship. Participants will complete a structured critical process that culminates in specific strategies for recognizing opportunities for allyship, and practicing and debriefing what to say and//or do.
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Q. Is there a cost to attend your programs?
A. There is a cost to participate in some of our programs. The cost of each of our programs varies and in some cases, the cost varies depending on your status with the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at University of Toronto and/or in which hospital you work.
Q.I do not have a faculty appointment in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. Can I still attend your workshops, programs and/or events? Is there a fee?
A. Anyone whose education activities include teaching, leading, scholarship and advocacy are welcome to attend our workshops, programs and/or events. Specific pre-requisite criteria may apply. Please refer to each workshop, program or event page for details. All fees and discounts (where applicable) can be found in the workshop, program and event pages.