City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Domestic Violence: Advocacy through education, learning from tragedy

Feb 20, 2019
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12:00pm–1:00pm
City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds
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Domestic Violence: Advocacy through education, learning from tragedy

Sheila Laredo, MD PhD FRCPC

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Women's College Hospital & Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Chief Medical Advisor, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario

Marylin Kanee, MSW

Advisor & Trainer Human Rights & Health Equity

Jane Sloggett, RN, DOHS

Senior Director, Occupational Health and Safety, University Health Network

Robin Mason, MA MEd PhD

Scientist, Women’s College Research Institute and Scientific Lead, Women’s Xchange, Women’s College Hospital
Assistant Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health and Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto

Jordan Coop

E-Learning Specialist and Instructional Designer, St. Joseph's Health Centre, Unity Health Toronto

Learning objectives:

At the end of the presentation, participants should be able to:

  1. Identify why and how it is important to recognize and address domestic violence when it occurs to your colleagues,
  2. Summarize your legal responsibilities regarding domestic violence in the workplace,
  3. Realize that evidence-based social justice activities are consistent with the CanMEDS Health Advocate role (and that you are positioned to be particularly effective because of your privilege), and
  4. Be prepared to promote “Domestic Violence: A Learning Module for Physicians and Health Professionals” to your colleagues and learners.

Hosted at:

  • Women’s College Hospital
    Auditorium, Room 2501

Interactive videoconference:

  • Baycrest
    Webcast only
  • Markham Stouffville
    B1306E
  • Michael Garron
    Gray Steele conference room
  • Sinai Health
    Bridgepoint: G.001
    Mount Sinai Hospital: 18th floor Auditorium
  • St. Joseph's
    Sunnyside Building Room 2S.257
  • St. Michael’s
    LKSKI: Keenan Research Centre auditorium - 2nd fl.
  • Sunnybrook
    Bayview: McLaughlin Lecture Theatre, EG 61
    St. John's Rehab: S3 332
  • Trillium Health Partners
    Credit Valley: IA Surgical Oncology Room 1A221
    Mississauga: CA4 Small Boardroom
  • University Health Network
    Toronto General: Medical Education, Eaton Ground 025/026
    Toronto Western: Main auditorium, 2W 401
  • West Park
    R3 Sunroom

Webcast available

Q&A:Twitter hashtag #CWMGR

Questions will be accepted via email at christian.base@utoronto.ca and Twitter.  

Evaluation & Attendance:

Attendance for Maintenance of Certification credit will only be tracked if evaluation and attendance surveys are completed.

PDF iconCWMGR Poster - 19-02-20.pdf (64.55 KB)

Location
Women’s College Hospital, Burton Hall Auditorium
76 Grenville Street, 2nd Floor
Toronto
M5S 1B2
Contact
Christian Base
416-978-4499
2019-02-20 17:00:00 2019-02-20 18:00:00 UTC City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Domestic Violence: Advocacy through education, learning from tragedy Domestic Violence: Advocacy through education, learning from tragedy Sheila Laredo, MD PhD FRCPC Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Women's College Hospital & Faculty of Medicine, University of TorontoChief Medical Advisor, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario Marylin Kanee, MSW Advisor & Trainer Human Rights & Health Equity Jane Sloggett, RN, DOHS Senior Director, Occupational Health and Safety, University Health Network Robin Mason, MA MEd PhD Scientist, Women’s College Research Institute and Scientific Lead, Women’s Xchange, Women’s College HospitalAssistant Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health and Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto Jordan Coop E-Learning Specialist and Instructional Designer, St. Joseph's Health Centre, Unity Health Toronto Learning objectives: At the end of the presentation, participants should be able to: Identify why and how it is important to recognize and address domestic violence when it occurs to your colleagues, Summarize your legal responsibilities regarding domestic violence in the workplace, Realize that evidence-based social justice activities are consistent with the CanMEDS Health Advocate role (and that you are positioned to be particularly effective because of your privilege), and Be prepared to promote “Domestic Violence: A Learning Module for Physicians and Health Professionals” to your colleagues and learners. Hosted at: Women’s College HospitalAuditorium, Room 2501 Interactive videoconference: BaycrestWebcast only Markham StouffvilleB1306E Michael GarronGray Steele conference room Sinai HealthBridgepoint: G.001Mount Sinai Hospital: 18th floor Auditorium St. Joseph'sSunnyside Building Room 2S.257 St. Michael’sLKSKI: Keenan Research Centre auditorium - 2nd fl. SunnybrookBayview: McLaughlin Lecture Theatre, EG 61St. John's Rehab: S3 332 Trillium Health PartnersCredit Valley: IA Surgical Oncology Room 1A221Mississauga: CA4 Small Boardroom University Health NetworkToronto General: Medical Education, Eaton Ground 025/026Toronto Western: Main auditorium, 2W 401 West ParkR3 Sunroom Webcast available Q&A: Questions will be accepted via email at christian.base@utoronto.ca and Twitter.   Evaluation & Attendance: Attendance for Maintenance of Certification credit will only be tracked if evaluation and attendance surveys are completed. CWMGR Poster - 19-02-20.pdf (64.55 KB) 76 Grenville Street, 2nd Floor - Women’s College Hospital, Burton Hall Auditorium christian.base@utoronto.ca