Sex Cells! A Workshop on Incorporating Sex- and Gender-based Analysis Plus (SGBA+) into Research
Women’s Brain Health Initiative Trainee-Mentor Session Series
SPEAKER: Dr. Sarah Munro
SPEAKER: Dr. Marina Adshade
These trainee-mentor sessions intend to provide students with the opportunity to meet and engage with sex and gender experts through informal conversations on diverse topics including professional development and research. To ensure an intimate and valuable experience, each trainee-mentor session will be limited to 30 registrants.
Please note that these sessions are for registrants of the Women’s Brain Health Conference (2020-2021). Our records show that you have already registered for the conference, so these sessions are FREE for you to attend. Please make sure you still register for the specific session(s) you are interested in to secure a spot (linked below).
There are 3 ways to register for these sessions:
1. If you *are* already registered for the conference, you mayregister for these sessions directly here.
2. If you *are not* registered for the conference, consider doing so (here), as this will allow you to access all the events on our conference program, which includes our entire Trainee-Mentor Session Series (6 events). After registering for the full conference, please register for the Trainee-Mentor session(s) you would like to attend here.
3. If you *are not interested* in registering for the conference, but would still like to attend one or more of the Trainee-Mentor sessions, please click the links below to be directed to the correct registration form.
Reproductive Mental Health Web Series: 2021 Update on Common Mental Health Conditions in Pregnancy and Postpartum
Physicians and other health care professionals who work with pregnant and postpartum women are invited to join a 7-part webinar series titled 2021 Update on Common Mental Health Conditions in Pregnancy and Postpartum, hosted by the BC Reproductive Mental Health Program. The webinar series will be via Zoom for 7 Wednesdays in a row starting March 24th, 2021 and ending May 5th, 2021.
Dates: March 24, March 31, April 7, April 14, April 21, April 28, May 5th (Wednesdays)
This activity has been accredited for up to 7 MOC Section 1 credits
ASPIRE Virtual Half Day Workshop on June 22, 2021
DATE: Tuesday June 22, 2021 from 10:00 – 14:00 EDT
The ASPIRE program is a national faculty development course dedicated to advancing the teaching and assessment of patient safety and quality improvement in residency training. This workshop will equip medical educators, program directors, and senior residents with a toolkit of patient safety and QI education approaches for faculty development, residency training, and assessment. Workshop modules are highlights of the 4-day intensive ASPIRE workshop developed by the Royal College in collaboration with the Canadian Patient Safety Institute.
The ASPIRE workshops will be delivered by well-respected quality and patient safety health care professionals and educators from across Canada. Attendees will be able to choose between a QI or patient safety stream. Topics will include QI project supervision, disclosure, patient safety rounds, creating QI training opportunities and patient safety culture.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Fees: $150 for medical educators
Registration and program coming soon!