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March 2024

ELEVATE EDI Webinar Series: Storytelling and Friendships: Telling Tales about New and Creative Anticolonial Research Methods

March 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
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  Speakers:   Kung Jaadee, Haida, Storyteller and Author Sarah de Leeuw, Canada Research Chair of Humanities and Health Inequities, Poet and Professor, Northern Medical Program, University of British Columbia   Description: This partnered EDI webinar series between EPIC-AT, AGE-WELL and UHN focuses on diverse programming of health researchers, advocates and healthcare professionals delivering webinars on ageism, gender, and allyship. Delivered by two friends, this interactive lecture and workshop is designed to move hearts and minds. How do we think about…

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AGE-WELL and EPIC-AT present: Fostering Cultural Safety in Health Research: Insights from Indigenous Elders and Allied Settler Researchers

March 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
Online

Embark on a transformative learning journey about the importance and meaning of cultural safety in health research by joining our upcoming webinar, featuring a panel of Indigenous Elders and community-based ally settler researchers. Hear panelists share personal journeys, stories and insights into why cultural safety matters, what it is, and how to enact it in research partnerships with Indigenous communities.   Learning Outcomes:   Unpack colonial realities and explore the profound importance of understanding past and ongoing colonialism in research…

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AGE-WELL & APPTA Policy Rounds: Accessible and effortless monitoring of chronic respiratory diseases in older adults: A data-driven approach for timely interventions

March 27 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
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Speaker: Sejal Bhalla, Ph.D. student, Computational Health and Interaction Lab (CHAL), Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto Description:  Timely diagnosis and remote disease monitoring have proven instrumental in improving outcomes for patients grappling with chronic respiratory diseases. However, despite the advances in digital health, respiratory health monitoring systems encounter several challenges that impact their integration into clinical care. This presentation aims to explore these challenges, providing insights into the factors affecting feasibility and acceptance. It will introduce a new…

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