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  • CRTP Integrated Learning Sessions

    Thursday, June 17, 2021

    • Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    • Location: Videoconference
    • Presenter: Dr. Marika Warren and Dr. David Busolo
    • Topic: Equity in Healthcare

    The Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute CRTP Integrated Learning Session (ILS) will be held on Thursday 17 June from 10:00am-12:00pm ADT via videoconference  

    Integrated Learning Sessions consist of presentations from various cancer research perspectives to better understand and address a topic. 

    ILS sessions are mandatory for CRTP Trainees – please contact admin@bhcri.ca if you are unable to attend. Trainees recognize the benefit of having supervisors in attendance at these sessions and we hope that all supervisors of CRTP trainees will attend as many sessions as possible.

     

    Topic: Equity in Healthcare

     

    Balancing Values When Addressing Inequities in Cancer Healthcare

    Presented by:

    Dr. Marika Warren, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Dalhousie Department of Bioethics and Network Ethicist for the Nova Scotia Health Ethics Network

    Marika has a longstanding interest in the intersection of values and science and in how we translate values into practice, alongside a strong commitment to social justice.  Marika’s current work focuses on developing innovative ways to ensure that ethical commitments and values are reflected in healthcare practice, supporting providers in the challenging work of closing gaps that sometimes arise between how we believe we should behave and how we actually do act.  Areas of particular interest include addressing stigma, promoting equity, and supporting decision making.  Current projects include work on a public health ethics framework, policy regarding human milk sharing, medical assistance in dying, and simulating ethics consultations.

    Learners will be able to:

    • Describe the relationship between ethics and equity
    • Identify the values that are often invoked when addressing inequities in cancer healthcare
    • Describe a process for balancing relevant values when working to address inequities in cancer healthcare
    • Apply a process for balancing values to a case involving inequity in cancer healthcare

     

    Improving Cancer Screening For The Immigrant And Refugee Population, One Step At A Time

    Presented by:

    Dr. David Busolo, RN, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of New Brunswick

    Dr. David Busolo is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Nursing, University of New Brunswick, and a member of the Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute (BHCRI). His  areas of research interest are chronicity (cancer), health promotion, immigrant and refugee health and wellbeing. In his research work with immigrant and refugee families and communities, he uses a variety of qualitative research methodologies to understand the many ways of preventing chronic illnesses (cancer), promoting their health, settlement, and wellbeing. His research is funded by the Social Sciences Health Research Council, New Brunswick Health Research Foundation, New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, and BHCRI.

     

    PLEASE NOTE: When joining a meeting, please ensure that your microphone and camera are enabled. Using Chrome or Microsoft Edge is recommended. It is important to mute mics when not in use so that background noise is minimal. For technical support please contact MedIT: CRichardson@Dal.Ca

    videoconference connection information will be sent to CRTP trainees and supervisors in advance via email. For all other members, if you are interested in joining this session, please contact admin@bhcri.ca 48 hours in advance for connection information.


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