Racism in Healthcare: Lessons for Providers


* This presentation was originally recorded in English. Closed captioning is available in both English and French.

This interactive roundtable will explore how racism towards Black and Indigenous peoples shows up in a variety of healthcare-related settings in Canada, including HIV prevention and sexual health services, as well as within medical/nursing education and training. Panelists will share insights based on their personal and professional lived experiences to raise awareness of the ongoing need to dismantle anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism embedded within health services and systems. Attendees will be invited to participate in an open discussion to identify priorities and strategies for advancing anti- racism initiatives in healthcare settings.

Presented by: Athanasius “Tanas” Sylliboy (Eskasoni Health), Jessy Dame (CBRC), David Absalom (Independent Consultant), Marvelous Muchenje (ViiV Healthcare)

Disponible en français.

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Racism in Healthcare: Lessons for Providers
Racism in Healthcare: Lessons for Providers
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