Towards Creating Healthy and Braver Learning and Working Spaces
When 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.
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Creating learning environments that address the health and wellbeing of Temerty Medicine learners, faculty and staff is a key priority. When wellness is fostered, professional values and teaching excellence are celebrated; when misconduct and mistreatment are labelled and addressed, excellence through equity becomes achievable. In these rounds featuring a panel discussion with leaders in Temerty medicine, moderated by a faculty member and current learner, participants will learn more about collaborative efforts that collectively strive to create healthy and braver learning environments and resources available that address these important areas. Panelists will describe how they work collaboratively in their roles, all striving to create positive change for staff, faculty and learners at system, organization and cultural levels. The panel will engage in robust discussions through case examples and sharing of integrative initiatives and resources. Through solicited questions from the audience, moderators will pose Q&A discussions with the panelists.
Towards Creating Healthy and Braver Learning and Working Spaces: An integrative approach to transforming systems, organizations and culture
Pier Bryden, Senior Advisor, Clinical Affairs & Professional Values
Heather Flett, Temerty Professorship in Learner Wellness
Julie Maggi, Director, Faculty Wellness
Ike Okafor, Senior Officer, Service Learning and Diversity Outreach, Office of Inclusion and Diversity
Tony Pignatiello, Associate Dean, Learner Affairs
Director, Centre for Faculty Development
PGY-3, Internal Medicine
Leader, Resident Interest Group in Social Advocacy (RIGSA)
This session is open to all Temerty Faculty of Medicine faculty and learners. You may forward this event to all interested parties. However, all parties must register in order to join the rounds. This session is free of charge but advance registration is mandatory. Upon registration, you will receive log-in details for the virtual (Zoom) event.
We strive to create a brave and safer space for Q & A with the panelists. We welcome your engagement which will help to shape and add richness to this session.
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