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Poverty and Health Amongst Young People

November 25, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Poverty & Health Amongst Young People

A six-part series of conversations with Carol Sutherland, CESAR VP Services and Finance called, “Social issues Canadians are facing”.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEJ4cnM__HU

Poverty and Health Amongst Young People

The Continuing Education Students Association of Ryerson (CESAR) is inviting you to be a guest speaker to speak about racism in Canada. The first of a six (6) part series of conversations discussing Poverty and Health Amongst Young People.   Our conversation will address poverty, lack of housing, access to equitable medical services and the impact on the most vulnerable in our society.

Registration:

Watch on Zoom Webinar (Registration Below) or Youtube Live (Watch Here).

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Questions:

  1. Millions of people lack food security and healthcare, some intermittently due to varying degrees of poverty; can you use some examples of how this pandemic is widening the gap? What barriers does COVID19 present to how community members have access to food? How does social justice address these issues?
  2. In your opinion, is the Government doing enough to address the inequity in our healthcare system?  What actions and integrated approach can we take towards food insecurity that is related to poverty?

Guest Speaker: Dr. Pria Nippak 

Pria Nippak, Phd, MSc, HBSc, HBA (Toronto) is an Associate Professor and Director of the School of Health Services Management at Ryerson University. In addition, she is the Academic Coordinator of the Health Informatics, Health Studies and Health Services Management Certificates, which provides her with many opportunities to support students through their training. She received her Post Doctoral, Doctoral, Masters academic training at the University Toronto through the Faculty of Medicine where she examined the influence of both pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical treatments for promoting healthy aging. Her current research interests include the examination of supportive housing initiatives to promote healthy aging in place, the examination of wait time strategies to promote better health delivery in acute care setting, examining ways to promote learning through the use of computer simulations, exploring whether core competencies in health care programs are providing adequate training for graduates in the field, the influence of various surgical applications to treat bladder cancer, studying cleaning protocols used to stop the spread of COVID-19 in hospitals, discharge pain management protocols to reduce addiction risk, point of care testing efficacy, phone based applications to monitor and treat those suffering with mental health issues and/or addictions and evaluating bed utilization in post operative recovery units. Pria is an educator with many years of experience teaching at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University within the areas of research methods and design, statistics, program planning and evaluation, epidemiology, neuroscience, and addictions. In addition, she provides continuous faculty support for the capstone practicum course, which is the final course requirement before degree completion, and she has supervised numerous graduate students within the Masters of Science and Masters of Health Administration.

Accessibility

The organizers strive to create accessible and inclusive events. Please contact executivedirector@tmaps.ca or vp.services@tmaps.ca if you have any access needs or concerns.

Six Part-Series

  1. Poverty and Health Amongst Young People will take place on November 25 from 5-6:00pm
  2. Theme TBD | Wednesday, December 16, 2020 | 5pm-6pm
  3. Theme TBD | Wednesday, January 20, 2021 | 5pm-6pm
  4. Theme TBD | Wednesday, February 17, 2021 | 5pm-6pm
  5. Theme TBD | Wednesday, March 24, 2021 | 5pm-6pm
  6. Theme TBD | Wednesday, April 21, 2021 | 5pm-6pm

 

Details

Date:
November 25, 2020
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm