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Upcoming Workshops

Patient & Community Voices

November Workshops

 

Mental Wellness: A Way of Life

Date:  Monday November 5, 2018

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Location: Vancouver General Hospital 

The Patient & Community Partnership for Education and the Richmond Mental Health Consumer and Friends Society invite you to attend an upcoming community-driven interprofessional workshop. This workshop will introduce UBC healthcare students to an overview of mental health from the personal stories and reflections of mental health peer support workers. Students will also receive information about support and advocacy resources available within Vancouver-based community organizations serving persons living with and recovering from mental illness.

This workshop is open to all healthcare students and is worth 1 exposure level activity on the Interprofessional Education Passport.  

 Registration is required to attend as space is limited to 25 students. Apply to register here:

https://goo.gl/forms/QGItXHwz6yWKmxvB2

Please be aware that completion of the form does not guarantee a space in the workshop – a confirmation of registration or wait list status will be sent within 72 hours. 

working with Deaf and Hard Of Hearing Persons

Date: Thursday November 15, 2018

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Location: Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Vancouver

Cochlear implants are not a cure for deafness. Interested to find out more? Come to the Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing to learn about the deaf and hard of hearing! This new interprofessional workshop will introduce students to the lived experience of being a deaf or hard of hearing person. Students will have an opportunity to experience a simulation of what it is like to have difficulty hearing, learn and ask questions about deaf and hard of hearing culture, see different technologies available, and build a toolbox of communication strategies to provide better care in the future.

This workshop is open to all healthcare students and is worth 1 exposure level activity on the Interprofessional Education Passport.  

 Registration is required to attend as space is limited to 25 students. Apply to register here:

https://goo.gl/forms/NRVnVQU7nVBp1JtE3

Please be aware that completion of the form does not guarantee a space in the workshop – a confirmation of registration or wait list status will be sent within 72 hours. 

A Space to Thrive: What young women in poverty say they need from health care providers

Date: Monday November 26, 2018

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Location: Vancouver General Hospital 

This interprofessional workshop focuses on improving health care experiences for young women and introduces ways to reduce barriers individually and collectively. Issues are discussed in the context of intersecting forms of oppression (gender, age, colonialism, racism) and the impact on health and well-being.

This workshop is open to all healthcare students and is worth 1 exposure level activity on the Interprofessional Education Passport.  

 Registration is required to attend as space is limited to 25 students. Apply to register here:

https://goo.gl/forms/REbiW4XEZl368Svy1

Please be aware that completion of the form does not guarantee a space in the workshop – a confirmation of registration or wait list status will be sent within 72 hours. 

 

 

 

 

 

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