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Addressing Racism in the Workplace: A Personal Step Toward Reconciliation

Addressing Racism in the Workplace: A Personal Step Toward Reconciliation

Addressing Racism in the Workplace: A Personal Step Toward Reconciliation

Nov 18, 2021 - 19:00 (EST)
90 minutes

Webinar Details:

  • Date: November 18th, 2021
  • Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Price: Free! Sponsored by the Global Health Division

 

Addressing Racism in the Workplace: A Personal Step Toward Reconciliation

Based on an innovative educational approach, this session will be a combination of lecture format, role-playing, and small group debrief. Following a brief introduction, communication strategies for difficult conversations will be introduced. Participants will then apply these strategies using role-playing to simulate a clinical scenario depicting racial micro-aggressions in the workplace towards Indigenous persons, followed by a facilitated debrief.

Note: Registrants for this workshop should expect to experience some level of discomfort while the intent is to make space for courageous conversations.

 

Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss the ongoing legacy of racism in Canada;
  2. Reflect on their own personal role in addressing racial microaggressions in the healthcare setting;
  3. Enhance their own professional communication skills in addressing difficult conversations.

 

Recommended resources for participants to access in advance:


Corden, J. & Harewood, O. (2020, 5 mins) James Corden gets a lesson on White Privilege.

DiAngelo, R. (2020, 3 mins 47 secs). Debunking The Most Common Myths White People Tell About Race | Think | NBC News 

Edgoose, J., Quiogue, M., & Sidhar, K. (2019). How to identify, understand, and unlearn implicit bias in patient care: Taking steps to recognize and correct unconscious assumptions toward groups can promote health equity. Fam Pract Manag 26(4):29-33. Available here.

Rahman, A. (2013). (Fear of a Brown Planet) - Reverse Racism 

 

Presenters:

Moni Fricke Debra Beach-Ducharme Lisa Arcobelli Allana Beavis Priscilla Flett Sarah Oosman

 

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The instructors
Global Health Division

The Global Health Division (GHD) is comprised of a passionate group of physical therapists who have worked in or are interested in working in resource-poor settings globally. We advocate for sustainable collaboration that elevates the profession of physiotherapy worldwide.

Our Vision is to become a strong advocate group for the role of physiotherapists in the area of global health. The GHD strives to become a reliable and valuable resource for its members, through providing access to research, policies, experiences of other members, and opportunities.The GHD aims to foster an understanding of how socioeconomic determinants of health underpin health inequities and how global work comprises responsible strategies to achieve health equity. The GHD strives to support its members to get involved in ethical, collaborative, sustainable and effective global health work. The GHD endeavours to promote the wellbeing of Indigenous Peoples through advocating for changes within the physiotherapy profession in the spirit of reconciliation.

The mission of the Global Health Division (GHD) is to advocate for the unique role that physiotherapists have in global health and to encourage Canadian physiotherapists to engage in ethical global health work.


Canadian Physiotherapy Association

As the vital partner for the profession, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) leads, advocates, and inspires excellence and innovation to promote health. CPA’s goal is to provide exceptional service, valuable information and connections to the profession of physiotherapy, across Canada and around the world.
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