Upcoming events offered at the CFD are listed below. This includes workshops, programs (open for registration),
community events and rounds. All events are open to anyone who wishes to register/apply, unless
otherwise specified. Our rounds are free for everyone to attend. Please note that faculty and staff from the
UofT Temerty Faculty of Medicine and Unity Health Toronto staff, physicians, learners and patient/family partners
have access to our workshops for free. For a complete list of workshops please visit our Workshop Catalogue.
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.
7MarWhen wellness is fostered, professional values and teaching excellence are celebrated; when misconduct and mistreatment are labelled and addressed, excellence through equity becomes achievable. Leaders in Temerty Medicine will share collaborative efforts that collectively strive to create healthy and braver learning environments.
29MarTeaching for Transformation is a three day immersion in the education paradigms and practices needed for today's health care work.
12MayThis program introduces participants to the language and frameworks of anti-oppression and social justice. It explores how the Canadian healthcare system continues to participate in discrimination and oppression. It also begins to explore how health care professionals can engage in praxis, which is theory-informed action in the pursuit of social justice.
1SepStepping Stones is our foundational program at the CFD, supporting health professionals in their education roles and activities including teaching, education scholarship, advocacy and academic leadership.