WhenTue May 16th 2023, 1:00 pm to Tue May 16th 2023, 4:00 pm
***Please note there will be two presentations***
Delivery 1: 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET
Delivery 2: 3:00pm - 4:00pm ET
Zoom link will be sent the morning of May 16, 2023
Reena Pattani, MDCM, MPH, is a staff physician and clinician educator inthe Division of General Internal Medicine at St Michael’s Hospital and anassistant professor in the Department of Medicine at the University ofToronto. She obtained her medical degree from McGill University andcompleted her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Toronto,where she was Chief Medical Resident in her final year of training. Shecompleted a Master of Public Health at Harvard University as a Frank KnoxMemorial Fellow. One of her scholarly focuses has been organizationaleffectiveness and workplace culture within healthcare. She currently servesas the Director of Learner Experience in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine atthe University of Toronto.
Shari Thompson-Ricci, M.A. (she/her) is the EDI Program Coordinator andEducation Lead for the University of Toronto- Temerty Faculty of Medicine -Office of Inclusion and Diversity. Shari is a doctorate student at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education(OISE), an international educator, teaching for over a decade with a focus onsocial justice, equity, and empowerment, and she has been deliveringcommunity-based workshops for 15 years. Shari has worked in thehealthcare field since 2017 supporting injury prevention practitionersnationally and globally and is the former host and producer of Sunnybrook’sCentre for Injury Prevention podcast - Injury is NOT Equal. Shari is aneducator, consultant, collaborator, and program support for TorontoAcademic Health Sciences Network (TAHSN), Centre for Faculty Development(CFD) and Temerty Faculty of Medicine.
Allison Crawford, MD, PhD, is a Psychiatrist and Clinician Scientist at theCentre for Addiction and Mental Health, where she is the Chief MedicalOfficer for the national crisis line, Talk Suicide Canada. She is also MedicalDirector of Virtual Mental Health and Psychiatry Outreach, and AssociateProfessor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. Allison has worked as apsychiatrist in Nunavut for over 15 years and coordinates psychiatricservices for the Government of Nunavut. A focus of her work in medicaleducation is on cultural safety and trauma informed care, and how to applythese concepts to learning environments. She utilizes arts-based methodsacross projects through her HeART Lab (www.healthequityART.ca)
- Define types of trauma and impacts of trauma (direct, secondary,vicarious, intergenerational, and re-traumatization).
- Collectively develop principles of trauma-informed approaches in healthprofessions educational settings through reflexivity: critical reflection,self-awareness, and humility.
- Begin to design the pedagogical landscape of trauma informed learningenvironments, thinking of all levels from the classroom to organizationsand academic institutions.
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