This video captures some of the key themes and questions emerging from the June 29, 2016, forum, Responding to Family Violence in the Context of Migration. The forum was co-presented by the Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration, the Centre for Research on Health Equity and Social Inclusion, and the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children.
We are pleased to share this video in hopes of generating a wider discussion and deeper understanding of this issue in our community. Watch now.
The London Diversity and Race Relations Advisory Committee, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office, is hosting a Community Forum on Racism on Saturday, September 17, 2016. CRHESI is honoured to be supporting this initiative, along with the Canadian Labour Congress.
The event is a half-day forum and community conversation exploring the effects of racism in our city. This event will include a panel discussion as well as an opportunity for facilitated conversations on how we can all identify racism, interrupt it, and create actions for a more inclusive city.
Chief Leslee White-Eye, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
Leroy Hibbert, LUSO Community Services
Saleha Khan, Community Leader and Activist
Lorraine McNeil, Fanshawe College
Saturday, 17 September 2016 from 7:00 AM to 12:30 PM
South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre – 1119 Jalna Boulevard, London, ON N6E 3B3
In this video, Debbie Laliberte Rudman, a member of the CRHESI Steering Committee, shares her work and research at the School of Occupational Therapy at Western Health Sciences.
The Patient-Centred Innovations for Persons with Multimorbidity (PACE in MM) is a Community Based Primary Health Care Team grant funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). PACE in MM is sponsoring this Multimorbidity Symposium on Wednesday August 10th, 1:30-4:00 pm EST, at the Centre for Public Health and Family Medicine, Room 1120, Western University, London, ON; there is no cost to attend this event.
Dr. Natasha Lane – Multimorbidity and Disability in Long-Term Care Residents: Where do Geriatric Syndromes Fit in this Clinical Story?
Dr. Carri Hand – Measuring Holistic, Patient Reported Outcomes in Interprofessional Primary Care
Kathryn Nicholson – Examining the Prevalence, Patterns and Progression of Multimorbidity among Adult Primary Health Care Patients in Canada
Dr. Pauline Boeckxstaens – Goal Oriented Care for Multimorbidity: From Measuring Multimorbidity as a Clinician-Researcher towards the Development of an Interdisciplinary Clinical Approach that can be Measured
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Can’t attend in person? Watch or participate virtually at: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/94F2B069717D13389B11AF098AF243BC
Wilfrid Laurier University is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow for a full‐time, one year fellowship with Dr Josephine McMurray in the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics (up to two years of funding is possible based on productivity and support).
The successful candidate’s primary responsibility will be to coordinate and conduct research activities for the NCE AGE‐WELL funded research project Developing Regional Health innovation Ecosystems (DRiVE), though other opportunities for collaborative research may be available dependent upon funding and time. The position is full time and available immediately, but the start date is negotiable. The Fellow will work from the Laurier Brantford campus location at least two days a week. Some travel will be required. See more details here.