Equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) are values that are being spotlighted and discussed across Canada. While the majority of interactions in UBC’s Faculty of Medicine (FoM) working and learning environments are respectful, there appears to be a deep desire and commitment to develop a more inclusive and diverse environment among all groups and at all levels within the Faculty of Medicine.
It is indeed timely that this important work is being spearheaded by the newly formed Office of Respectful Environments, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (REDI), led by Ms. Roslyn Goldner, the Executive Director of the Office and Dr. Maria Hubinette, Assistant Dean, EDI.
To understand their view of inclusion and their vision of transformation, we spoke with Ms. Goldner and Dr. Hubinette.
Theme: Teaching clinical reasoning across the continuum of medical training Date: Friday, May 7, 2021 Time: 8:45am – 12:30pm (Tentative) Webber Lecture by Rose Hatala,MD, MSc, Director, Clinical Educator Fellowship, UBC Director, MHPE-Canada Scholar, CHES on the topic: Can we teach doctors to think? Clinical reasoning and medical education.
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2020 CAME Certificate of Merit Award
Big Congratulations to the following faculty who were awarded the 2020 CAME Certificate of Merit Award. The Canadian Association for Medical Education awards recognize and reward faculty committed to medical education in Canadian medical schools.
The Office of Faculty Development and Post Graduate Medical Education Program has developed the Gender Bias in the Learning Environment. This module is informed by the Faculty of Medicine expectations for an inclusive learning environment free from gender bias, and provides guidance for faculty, learners and staff on how to address actions that are not aligned with those expectations, particularly from the perspective of bystanders or witnesses. It provides an introduction to inclusion and equitable treatment based on gender identity and it is intended to promote collaborative discussions that result in collective learning and commitments to change.
Let's get to know Kathryn Bernard, Assessment Coordinator, Office of Faculty Development
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