WhenWed Sep 23rd 2020, 12:00 pm to Wed Sep 23rd 2020, 1:00 pm
This session will provide practical strategies on how we can create inclusive spaces for our learners, patients, and for our colleagues. It will explore the frameworks of cultural safety, trauma-informed care, anti-racist practice and allyship as tools to inform these strategies.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Lisa Richardson
Lisa Richardson is a clinician-educator in the University of Toronto's Division of General Internal Medicine and practices at the University Health Network. She is a Centre Researcher at the Wilson Centre with a scholarly focus on integrating critical, Indigenous and other perspectives from the social sciences and humanities into medical education. Lisa is the Strategic Advisor in Indigenous Health for the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine and for Women’s College Hospital. She is an Associate Professor in the University of Toronto's Department of Medicine where she holds the role of Vice-Chair, Culture and Inclusion. Her work as an advocate and educator has been recognized through numerous local, national and international awards.