WCH CONNECTSeptember 15, 2020

Join us at the Black Healthcare Summit this October

  • September 15, 2020
  • BY Women’s College Hospital Foundation

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When it comes to race-based research and data, the healthcare sector is severely lacking. The result? Persistent, systemic disparities that are putting the lives, health and well-being of Black Canadians at risk. 

Join leading Toronto health experts and advocates on October 6 for an in-depth panel discussion about why research focused on the unique needs of Black women and their health is vitally important, and to learn how Women’s College Hospital is leading the way when it comes to closing gaps in healthcare for the Black community.  

This online webinar is free of charge.  

You can learn more about our speakers and register for the event at wchf.convio.net/blackhealthcaresummit  

Register today! 

MEET THE PANELISTS:  

Dr. Husam Abdel-Qadir 
Scientist, Women's College Research Insitute 
Cardiologist, Women's College Hospital 
Director, Black Physicians' Association of Ontario 

Elaine Goulbourne 
Administrative Director, Peter Gilgan Centre for Women's Cancers 
Director, Clinical Resources, Women's College Hospital 

Dr. Marissa Joseph 
Dermatologist and Pediatrician 
Medical Director, Ricky Kanee Schachter Dermatology Centre, Women’s College Hospital 

Dr. Aisha Lofters 
Chair, Implementation Science, Peter Gilgan Centre for Women's Cancers, Women's College Hospital 
Associate Professor, University of Toronto 

Lydia-Joi Marshall 
Vice-President, Black Health Alliance 
Research Associate, University Health Network 

Dr. Onye Nnorom 
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Lead, DFCM, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto 
Black Health Theme Lead, MD Program, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto 
Associate Program Director, University of Toronto 
President, Black Physicians' Association of Ontario 

Dr. Meb Rashid 
Medical Director, Crossroads Clinic, Women's College Hospital 

MODERATED BY:  

Jennifer Bernard, CFRE 
President & CEO, Women's College Hospital Foundation 

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