WhenWed Oct 19th 2022, 8:00 am to Wed Oct 19th 2022, 1:00 pm
DocumentsHHC Oct 19, 2022 (1).pdf
Join us as we continue the conversation with some of our past speakers at our first Humanity in Healthcare Workshop.
This program is a beacon for interdisciplinary conversation about the Humanity in Healthcare. Speakers and panelists are from across the health professions, patient representatives, and advocates. The program is a chance to connect and recharge by looking at what unifies us all: the experience, joys, and agonies of providing and experiencing healthcare.
Keynote Talk: The Essence of Personcentredness
Presented by: Tanya McCance
Professor Tanya McCance is a registered nurse who has a global reputation for the development of person-centred practice. She and Professor Brendan McCormack have developed an extensive programme of work with a range of global partners through engaged scholarship and research that is underpinned by the Person-centred Practice Framework (PCPF). The PCPF is the most adopted framework for informing the development of person-centred practices and systems among multidisciplinary and interprofessional teams internationally and has been translated into 10 languages and tested in multiple healthcare contexts in 22 countries.
- Oyedeji Ayonrinde, MD, FRCPsych, MBA (previously presented Reflections and Lessons from the Margins)
- Valerie Cooper, MN, NP-Adult, CHPCN(C) (previously presented Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable)
- Anne O'Riordan (previously presented Partnering with Patients: Is there really any other way?)
- J. Damon Dagone, MD, FRCPC, MSc, MMEd
- Catherine Donnelly, B.Sc.(OT), MSc, PhD
- Discuss the collective humanity that brings meaning and challenge to our work as healthcare providers.
- Promote a shared and inclusive model for learning within our healthcare setting that prioritizes health of the care team.
- Recognize and reflect on the structures of health care systems and academic institutions to build diverse, equitable and inclusive health care teams.
Coffee, Tea and Lunch will be included, please indicate any dietary restrictions when you register
Registration will NOT be available at the door on October 19th
This program will be held exclusively in-person. We will return to online programming for our November 16th session. Registration for the November online session is open at https://healthsci.queensu.ca/opdes/programs/nov2022hhc
This Group Learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by Queen’s University for up to 3.5 Mainpro+ credits. This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and is approved by the Office of Continuing Professional Development, Queen’s University. You may claim a maximum of 3.5 hours.
Please note the following guidelines that have been established for Queen's Continuing Professional Development programming:
- Queen's Continuing Professional Development programming strongly recommends being up-to-date and boosted against pathogens of public health concern.
- Self-assessment for COVID-19 symptoms is required before attending Queen’s CPD programs. You may use the province's self-assessment tool. Anyone with symptoms must stay home and not attend the program. https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
- In small group settings and private offices where physical distancing cannot be maintained, masking is strongly recommended and may be requested by instructors.
ASTM F2100 Level 2 or 3 medical -grade masks will be provided at the registration desk for all attendees and speakers.
- Practice physical distancing and avoid close contact when possible.
- Hand sanitizer is available at the entrance and throughout the room for your use.
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