Speakers/Présentateurs

 

Creating Space Symposium
April 15-16 2016 Montreal, Québec, Canada
List of speakers
Speaker Type Organism Title
Annezo,
Durupt, Renaut, Fiquet
PF-01 Université de Rennes Un séminaire pour
apprendre à travailler ensemble, des artistes au service de
l’interprofessionnalité
Beattie SP-33 University of Toronto Music Man: a
Narrative of Accountability to Self, to Others and to Community
Beattie,
Beattie, Cook, Riley
SP-07 University of Toronto Taking Care of
Ourselves and of Each Other: The Power of Mindfulness Practices,
Caring Relationships and Community on Patient Well-Being .
Beausoleil SP-27 Memorial Ways of being and
knowing: narratives of arts, selves, creativity and advocacy among
faculty teaching in medical schools
Bélanger-Lévesque,
Dumas, Lafrenay, Pasquier
PN-03 Université de Sherbrooke La spiritualité au
cœur du soin : l’incompétence comme terreau fertile de croissance
relationnelle
Bleakley SP-02 University of
Plymouth Peninsula Medical School
Re-shaping the
landscape of medicine for aesthetic and political engagement
Bloom,
Bloom, Archibald, Robertson, Parson, Arseneau, Roy
POS-01 Université d’Ottawa Development and
Evaluation of a Program to Introduce Medical Humanities to Teachers
of Clinical Medicine
Blouin SP-29 Université de Montréal Lire les journaux
pour comprendre ses patients : analyse sociologique des débats
sur l’aide médicale à mourir au Québec et l’assistance au
suicide en Suisse
Brousselle,
Sugar, Breton, Benhadj, Beaulieu
SP-14 Université de Sherbrooke Cancer :
démocratiser les résultats de recherche par l’art
Charise,
Hanson
SP-25 Université de Toronto What Does it Really
Mean to “Create Space” for Humanities in Undergraduate Medical
School Admissions? Autoethnography as a Method for Generating
Critical Reflection and Practical Recommendations
Charise,
Humphrey, Loveless
PN-01 Université de
Toronto
York University
University of Alberta
Perils and
Promises: Arts, Health, and Public Participation
Cloos SP-18 Université de
Montréal
Quelle place pour
l’anthropologie dans le domaine de la formation des professionnels
de la santé? Entre théorie et application. Pertinence, enjeux et
limites.
Cobb SP-19 University of Alberta Heart in Darkness:
Revisting the Pain of Others
David,
Motulsky, Robitaille, Cortès-Vargas,
Beauchesne, Collin
SP-11 Université de
Montréal / McGill University / Université Paris Diderot
Comment travailler
ensemble? Travail collectif, partage des tâches et justifications
dans un cours de santé communautaire à la faculté de pharmacie
David,
Vincent
SP-30 Université de
Montréal / Université Paris Diderot
Comment faire
bouger les attitudes et les connaissances vis-à-vis du suicide chez
les étudiants en pharmacie? Evaluation d’un cours de sensibilisation
à la prévention du suicide à la Faculté de Pharmacie de l’Université
de Montréal
Delbani SP-03 University of
Ottawa
Exploring Student
Leadership in Developing the Medicine and Humanities Curriculum
Dhavernas SP-26 Queen’s University An
Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching and Addressing the Challenges
of Aging and Dying in Healthcare Education
Dumez Keynote Université de Montréal What role for patients in a humanistic vision of health and health
education?
Dumez,
Berkesse
SP-21 Université de Montréal Quels types de
patients pour quelles situations d’enseignement?
Dumez,
Du Pont Thibodeau, Berkesse
WS-07 Université de Montréal Approches
narratives et patients formateurs dans l’enseignement de l’éthique
clinique en médecine : une formule gagnante?
Fraser,
Sokoloff, Lemaire, Rouillard, D’Ostie
Racine, Vachon, Manning, Nahas
PN-05 Université de
Montréal / UQAM / Université Concondia / Board of Health and Social
Services of Nunavik
Encounters and
non-encounters : navigating services for Inuits
Gilbert, Lydiatt Robbins SP-37 Dalhousie University /
University of Nebraska Medical Center / Northern New Mexico College
Teacher Education Center
The Art of Clinical Decision Making
Hall,
Bloom, Wang, Wang, Zhang, Wang, Chung, Roy
SP-17 University of
Ottawa / Shangai Jiao
Tong University
Faculty
Reflections on our Role in the Student-led Arts & Literary
Journal “Murmurs: East Meets West”: A Collaboration between Medical
Students from the University of Ottawa and Jiao Tong School of
Medicine.
Highbloom,
Burton, Singh
WS-04 Jewish General
Hospital
Société des Arts Libres et Actuels
Space is the
Place: situating art
in medicine
Jafine,
Strobbe, Bell
WS-09 McMaster
University
Comfort with
Uncertainty: Medical Improvisation as an Education Intervention
James,
Bakker, Lee
POS-03 University of Ottawa Capital City
Knits: Highlighting Foundational Needs in Medicine
Kohrt PECHA-01 Columbia University Conversations
Worth Starting: Utilizing Art as Connective Tissue in Health
Perceptions
Kumagai,
Kuper, Richardson, Whitehead
PN-02 University of Toronto Promoting Critical
Consciousness in Medical Education: a key mechanism for social
accountability
Laforest POS-05 Université de l’Alberta La géographie
urbaine de la santé : un projet de visualisation collectif et
multimédia
Laforest SP-08 University of Alberta Are the Biomedical
body and Citizenry incompatible? A Literary Inquiry
Leduc,
Béland
WS-11 UQAM,
Université de Montréal
Évaluer l’invisible: le cas des apprentissages en arts
Lee SP-31 University of Toronto Naming Not
Blaming: a Narrative
of a Surgery Gone Wrong
Lee SP-36 University of Toronto I Eat; Therefore I
Am: Constructing identities Through Food
Leichner SP-35 Firehall Theatre, Vancouver Maladjusted: An
Interactive Play about Human Centered Care
Loutfi,
Cadieux, Demers, Hébert
WS-01 Diogène Santé globale,
travail social de groupe et karatédo
Mandel,
Schweinle
POS-06 Pace University /
University of South Dakota
Empathy Change during Physician Assistant (PA)
Education
Maruyama WS-12 University of Alberta heART ART Workshop: Teaching Cardiac Anatomy through Studio Based
Art
Mondro SP-15 University of
Michigan Stamps School of Art & Design
Memory, Aging
& Expressive Arts: Fostering community and knowledge through
shared art experiences
Moniz,
Watling, Lingard
SP-06 Mount St-Vincent
University Western University
Western University
Lessons from the
Field: An analysis of physicians’ and medical learners’
reflective
narratives
Nash WS-02 University of Toronto Encouraging
Self-Reflection in History of Medicine Researchers
Nauth,
Jethava, Derochie, Molley, Teicher, Langlois
SP-34 University of
Toronto
Verbatim theatre
in healthcare education: understanding patient partnership through
the patient voice
Neilson SP-04 McMaster
university
How to
Understand?: The Radicalization and Diversification of Narrative
Medicine
Niburski SP-10 University of Toronto Imprinting Care:
An Analysis on the Production of Patient Charts and the
Standardization of Medicine
Nixon,
Jackson, Pereles, Rosenal
WS-10 University of
Calgary
Teaching Medical
Humanities: From Concept to Theory to Practice
Orang SP-09 McMaster
University
The Physician as
Public Intellectual: A new Goal for Medical Humanities Education
Orang,
Beausoleil, Peterkin, Kidd, Brett-Maclean, Noroozi
SP-01 Mcmaster
University / Memorial University / Univerity of Toronto / University
of Calgary / University of Alberta
Stasis, Changes
and Challenges: A Current Portrayal of Humanities’ Contributions to
Canadian Medical Education
 Poleksic,
Jafine
 PF-06 McMaster University  Silencing
Struggle”: Exploring Medical Student Experiences Through Verbatim
Theatre
Ponka,
Ngan, Archibald, Wong, Johnston
POS-09 University of Ottawa Professionnalism and Social Accountability
Ram SP-28 University of Calgary Cyberbullying
Physicians and Impact on Empathy
Rozenberg WS-06 Université Concordia Drama Therapy & Developmental Transformations
Schrewe,
Bates
SP-24 University of
British Columbia
Separating What
from Who: Discursive Constructions of the Patient Role
Sharma SP-23 Wilson Centre for
Research in Education, University of Toronto
Can the patient
speak? Applying postcolonial theory to patient involvement in
medical education
Shilton,
Heys
SP-05 University of
Prince Edward island
Unmasking the
Hidden Curriculum: Restoring Health to Undergraduate Education
through 1st-Year Narrative Medicine Approaches
Singh WS-05 Voicing the body
Skorzewska,
Leonard, Grewal, Supnet
PN-06 University of Toronto TIFF Reel Comfort:
Community Partnership as Informal Education
Sokoloff PF-04 Université de Montréal Le « mur de la
rencontre »: l’art comme espace de transmission et de savoirs sur
les soins de santé en milieu urbain destinés aux inuit.
St-Jacques PECHA-02 University of Columbia Narrative medicine
Tembeck,
Park, Vinit, Zafran, Xu
PN-04 McGill University
/UQAM
Art as a tool for
the promotion of reflexive practice in health care education
Timm-Bottos,
Reilly
SP-16 Concordia
University
The Art Hive
Science Shop: Creating third spaces for informal knowledge creation
and exchange
Trudel,
Fortin
WS-03 UQAM Les possibles de
l’art comme outil d’intervention dans la communauté
Wang,
Maltez, Nawar, Maniuk
POS-07 University of Ottawa Discovering we are one: collaborative art project in
community building
Wellbery SP-12 Georgetown University Visual
representations of atrocities: preparing students for work in an
asylum clinic
Wellbery SP-13 Georgetown University Art-science
collaborations: medical research in the context of social awareness
Williams Keynote Graphic Medicine
Xu WS-08 McGill University What kinds of
knowledge can we learn from art? Reflections upon a student-led
exhibition of health-related artworks
Zumrova,
Dzwonek, Morrison, Wang, Danilewitz,
Blankenstein, Hall, Bloom, Zhang, Wang, Wang
POS-08 Université Ottawa The Evolution of
Murmurs: the Magazine of Art and Healing

 

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