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Antiracism and Social Justice

Our goal is that everyone – learners, faculty, and staff – regardless of race ethnicity, color religious beliefs, national origin, rurality, gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, political beliefs, language, socio-economic status, or role – are to be valued for their individuality and contributions to the diversity and work of the Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, within the HSC – Winnipeg Children’s Hospital, and the Max Rady College of Medicine, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba. Through this goal, we ultimately hope to provide equitable care to all patients, supports and communities.

Antiracism, Anti-oppression, and Social Justice are linked to:

     

    Team Members

    Lead, EDI/Social Justice: Dr. Ming-Ka Chan (she/her)

    Lead, Indigenous Health (Dec. 2019 – Dec 2022): Dr. Melanie Morris (she/elle)

    Administrative Lead: Ms. Ijeoma Eze

    Contact Info: [email protected]

    Activities

    The work in antiracism, anti-oppression and social justice is done in close collaboration with the Pediatrics Lead, Indigenous Health as well as other university and regional partners. We are committed to learning, unlearning and relearning in all contexts: clinical, education, research and leadership/administration. We welcome feedback and ongoing engagement. Our focus includes the following areas:

    Committees

    • Provincial Health Equity Week (PHEW) Planning Group
    • Pediatric Indigenous Faculty Development Working Group
    • Pediatric Implementation of Anti-Racism Policy Working Group
    • Canadian Pediatric Society Medical Education Antiracism Working Group
    • National Pediatric Resident EDI Working Group

     

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