Society is waking up to the insidious damage caused by racism, colonialism, and other oppressions. PHC’s annual Heath Ethics Conference will confront the systemic bias in health care that has inflicted lasting harms to the health of equity-owed populations.
In this two-day ethics education event, rising voices and important truths will illuminate the shortcomings of a healthcare system that has attended most to those with privilege – whether due to intent, convenience, oversight or disinterest. This learning will challenge our systems of research, health care access, innovation processes, prioritization of funding and even our health care ethics lens.
With the humility required to examine the social failures of healthcare, this conference will look for opportunities to build cultural safety and realign the work of the health care system to answer society’s call to justice.
May 5–6, 2022 (Thu–Fri) | Virtual Conference
Target Audience: physicians, registered nurses, social workers and allied health, ethicists, people interested in ethical practices in public health, those interested in health policy, residents & students, specialty medicine, other.
Up to 7.0 Mainpro+/ MOC Section 1 credits
Learn More & Register
- Opportunity to interact with colleagues and speakers in our virtual networking rooms
- Registration includes access to live sessions and all available resources and materials
- Registrants receive on-demand access to available recordings 3 months post-event
Access to Data & Research for Indigenous Communities
Nadine Caron, MA Public Health, MD, BSc Kinesiology. Professor, Northern Medical Program, University of Northern BC.
See the event on our calendar, or register online via UBC’s Continuing Professional Development (Faculty of Medicine) website.