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UofT Talks – Dying for Change

June 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

| $20 - $25

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Dying for Change: How to Heal Canada’s Healthcare System

Presented by the Institute of Medical Science, UofT Talks aims to promote inter-disciplinary learning and networking through a symposium catered to everyone within all four School of Graduate Studies (SGS) divisions- Humanities, Social Science, Life Science, and Physical Sciences.

This year, join us in discussing our national pride: Canada’s universal healthcare system. Explore the strengths and shortcomings of our current model. Discover if and how we can implement critical changes to secure healthcare for all Canadians. 

Our featured speakers include Neil D. Fraser, President of Medtronic, and Dr. Danielle Martin, a family physician who is a strong advocate for better, universal healthcare and who infamously testified at the US senate in 2014 on what the United States healthcare system can learn from other countries.

Tickets available at: www.uofttalks.ca

Details

Date:
June 8
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$20 - $25
Event Category:
Website:
http://www.uofttalks.ca/

Organizer

Institute of Medical Science
Phone:
416-946-8286
Email:
dir.medscience@utoronto.ca
Website:
https://ims.utoronto.ca/home/

A few highlights…

Research Day
An annual spring event showcasing our students’ research, with the aim of recognizing excellence in teaching and learning; featuring lectures by internationally renowned thinkers and leaders.

The Moonshot Event
An annual fall cocktail-event hosted by IHPME and its Alumni Society, in part with Health Quality Ontario, at exciting locations around Toronto.

Dalla Lana School of Public Health Events
A full list of events at the DLSPH

External Events Across University of Toronto and the city, many organizations offer stimulating lectures, colloquia, conferences, and other knowledge-exchange events.