Uprooting Medical Violence: Building Leadership Through Equity, Leadership, & Self-Determination
Participants will leave with a better understanding of why leaders within health care should understand the historical foundations of medical violence, how power and oppression continues to inform health inequities, and the importance of anti-oppressive practice in building medical education, clinical practice and research that is rooted in health equity and positive social change.
Presenter: Nanky Rai, MD
1. Understand the relationship between power, oppression, health inequities and our healthcare system
2. Understand how our healthcare system has historically and continues to enact harm and discrimination against structurally marginalized communities
3. Understand the basic principles of anti-oppressive practice
4. Appreciate how anti-oppressive practice is foundational to leadership skills that promote health equity and positive social change
Debrief to follow led by: Valerie Williams, CPHR, CCIP Director Office of Equity, Access & Participation, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences
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