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Building the Foundations of Anti-Oppressive Healthcare

Building the Foundations of Anti-Oppressive Healthcare

This 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.

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Description

Healthcare institutions are increasingly engaging in activities around equity, diversity and inclusion. However, these endeavours are often embarked upon in ahistoric and apolitical ways, which perpetuates harm. Participants will be asked to critically reflect on their own assumptions and behaviours to interrogate organizational practices and policies; and to identify ways to use their social power to disrupt, reshape, and reimagine our workplaces and institutions.

Building the Foundations of Anti-Oppressive Healthcare is offered in partnership between the Centre For Faculty Development and Office Of Inclusion And Diversity, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.

Two 4-hour modules delivered via Zoom.  Participants will have access to online resources, additional reading and questions that prompt reflection to facilitate their learning and help them develop a common language to facilitate dialogue during the synchronous sessions.

Title

Building the Foundations of Anti-Oppressive Healthcare

Program Details

This program follows a pay-what-you-can (PWYC) model with suggested payment options between $100.00 to $300.00 available (for both modules combined). We encourage those with the financial means to support the program, to consider paying the suggested tuition of $300.  This will enable us to continue to offer this program to future cohorts.  However, for those who may be experiencing financial barriers, we are offering the following PWYC registration codes below to support your registration:

Anti-Oppression - PWYC - $100 Rate Discount Code: PWYC-100
Anti-Oppression - PWYC - $150 Rate Discount Code: PWYC-150
Anti-Oppression - PWYC - $200 Rate Discount Code: PWYC-200
Anti-Oppression - PWYC - $250 Rate Discount Code: PWYC-250

For any individuals who may require financial assistance, please contact Sameena Ahmed for more information about available bursaries. All requests for bursaries must be submitted before Feb 23, 2022.  

For more information on the Program, please visit the program page here.

Event Details

  • March 23, 2022 - April 13, 2022
    9:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
    Event is fullJoin waiting list
    Start date: Mar 23
    Duration: Mar 23 & Apr 13 9:00am - 1:00pm
    Sessions:
    • Module 1

      Wed 23 Mar 09:00 EDT - Wed 23 Mar 13:00 EDT
      Online
    • Module 2

      Wed 13 Apr 09:00 EDT - Wed 13 Apr 13:00 EDT
      Online
    Location: Online
    Cost:
    Offers:
    • Anti-Oppression - PWYC - $100 Rate $100.00 incl. Tax
    • Anti-Oppression - PWYC - $150 Rate $150.00 incl. Tax
    • Anti-Oppression - PWYC - $200 Rate $200.00 incl. Tax
    • Anti-Oppression - PWYC - $250 Rate $250.00 incl. Tax
    • $300.00 incl. Tax
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    Program, Anti-Oppression
    Event is fullJoin waiting list

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