Healthy Ageing 101: Providing Care to Older Black Adults – The Ubuntu Village Program

Feb 20, 2018

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12:00pm–1:00pm
Workshop/Seminar

Details

Hosted by Geriatrics Continuing Education program in partnership with Human Rights & Health Equity. Liben Gebremikael, Executive Director, TAIBU Community Health Centre will discuss the Ubuntu Community Village, a program developed by TAIBU that helps support the overall well-being of racialized populations.

The session will feature:

· An explanation of the Ubuntu Village model, how it was developed and the service gaps it fills

· A discussion of the impact of the Ubuntu model

· A discussion of how the model promotes improved health outcomes for racialized older adults

· A discussion of what care providers can learn from the Ubuntu model to improve the care of racialized older adults

Location

Mount Sinai Hospital, Surgical Skills Centre
600 University Avenue
Toronto

Contact

416-586-4800 x 5845
2018-02-20 17:00:00 2018-02-20 18:00:00 UTC Healthy Ageing 101: Providing Care to Older Black Adults – The Ubuntu Village Program Hosted by Geriatrics Continuing Education program in partnership with Human Rights & Health Equity. Liben Gebremikael, Executive Director, TAIBU Community Health Centre will discuss the Ubuntu Community Village, a program developed by TAIBU that helps support the overall well-being of racialized populations. The session will feature: · An explanation of the Ubuntu Village model, how it was developed and the service gaps it fills · A discussion of the impact of the Ubuntu model · A discussion of how the model promotes improved health outcomes for racialized older adults · A discussion of what care providers can learn from the Ubuntu model to improve the care of racialized older adults 600 University Avenue - Mount Sinai Hospital, Surgical Skills Centre Allan.McKee@sinaihealthsystem.ca
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