Black Physician's Association of Ontario Health Symposium
All physicians, healthcare providers, and medical trainees of various identities and backgrounds are welcome to attend, learn and network.
The keynote speaker is Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, MD, MHA, FRCPC. Dr. Kyeremanteng, a critical care and palliative care physician at The Ottawa Hospital. He will present COVID-19: Reflections from Experiences on the Frontlines.
Other topics include
- Using Race-Based Data to Improve Health Outcomes - Cynthia Damba, MBChD, MHS
- The Intersections of Food Insecurity and Anti-Black Racism - Paul Taylor
- Perspectives in Leadership in Today's Chaninging World - Boluwaji Ogenyemi, BSc, MD, FRCPC, FAAD
- COVID-19 Vaccines and the Black Community - Upton Allen, MBBS, MSc
The BPAO Annual Health Symposium has been accredited by the University of Toronto as follows:
- College of Family Physicians of Canada Mainpro+ (1 credit/hour) Group Learning: 3.0 credits
- Royal College Maintenance of Certification Section 1: 3.0 hours