VPMC 2015: Dr. Jeffrey Turnbull
Events open to the public are indicated by an asterisk (*).
For more information about each event, please use the contact emails noted below. Although the information is being hosted on the Bioethics site, the Bioethics secretary does not have any information about the events other than what is posted here.
|0915-1145||Mobile Outreach Street Health, (MOSH)||Coordinated care between
community and emergency department for Homeless and Street Involved population
|1200-1300||Global Health Office, Dalhousie||VPMC seminar for Health Professions students
|1430-1600||Novel Tech Ethics||Homeless and End-of-Life Care: Jeffrey Turnbull in
conversation with Novel Tech Ethics
|1630-1730||Health and Social Justice Interest Group||Informal meeting with Dr
Jeffrey Turnbull for Medical Students
|* 1830-2000||* Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - Nova Scotia *** Open to the public ***
||* Poverty, Health
and Homelessness: An interactive panel discussion
|0800-0900||Internal Medicine Residency Program||Optimizing patient care versus
respecting the hierarchy
|0930-1130||Division of Infectious Diseases||Medical Citizenship in Vulnerable
populations: The case of changing HCV care
|1200-1300||Dr. Colin Van Zoost, Department of Medicine and Dr. Heather Flemming,
Department of Emergency Medicine
|"Thinking outside the bottle - A workshop on
managing alcohol related problems in the acute care setting"
|* 1330-1530||* Mental Health Coalition of Nova Scotia *** Open to the public ***
* Medical citizenship and
|1600-1700||Department of Bioethics, Dalhousie||Ethics discussion: Social justice and the
physician as advocate
|1800-2100||Diagnostic Imaging||VPMC Dinner: The Politics of Medicine (Panel: Dr. Jeffrey Turnbull, Dr. John Sullivan, Dr. Gus Grant, and Dr. Cynthia Forbes)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|0800-0900||Diagnostic Imaging Grand Rounds||"Poverty as a Healthcare Risk Factor"
|0900-1000||Diagnostic Imaging||Meeting with DI residents|
Note #1: The CCPA event is a free public event taking place at the O'Reagan Hall, Halifax Central Library. It will also be streamed live at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ccpa-nova-scotia (Link will open in a new window.)
Note #2: The Mental Health Colation of Nova Scotia event will be held at the Johanna B. Oosterveld Centre (JBO), 2103 Gottingen Street, Halifax.
With thanks to our sponsors:
QEII Medical Staff Association
Department of Diagnostic Imaging
Division of Infectious Diseases