Two Moderators




Two Keynote Speakers

Hon. Flordeliz (Gigi) Osler, MD, FRCSC

Messages to my younger self: thoughts on women, leadership and power

Senator Osler was appointed to the Senate of Canada on September 26, 2022.

Flordeliz (Gigi) Osler is an internationally renowned surgeon and a dedicated advocate for health and health care.  Born and raised in Winnipeg to immigrant parents from the Philippines and India, she completed her medical school and residency training in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Manitoba.  She then did further subspecialty training at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver.  Dr. Osler holds a Graduate Certificate in Global Surgical Care from the University of British Columbia and has completed the Director’s Education Program from the Institute of Corporate Directors and the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.

Senator Osler is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Manitoba and was the Head of the Section or Otolaryngology-Head and Neck at St. Boniface Hospital in Winnipeg from 2010 to 2019.  In 2018, she became the first female surgeon and the first racialized woman elected as President of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA).  While at the CMA she championed principles of equity, diversity and inclusion within medicine and led the development of the CMA’s first ever policy on equity and diversity.  Senator Osler has held leadership roles with the Canadian Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, was the 2021-22 President of the Federation of Medical Women of Canada, the 2022-22 Chair of the Canadian Medical Forum, and Co-Chair of the Virtual Care Task Force from 2019-2022.

She is the recipient of numerous honours and awards.

Senator Osler currently sits on the Standing Committee of Social Affairs, Science and Technology.



Ramneek Dosanjh, MD, CCFP

Be bold, stand up for what is right, and honour your voice

Dr. Ramneek Dosanjh is the first female Punjabi physician in the history of 122 years and the first in her familial lineage. She is a dedicated mother to her three daughters, who she says are her raison d’être. Besides being a family physician, hospitalist, and child youth mental health advocate, she is also an author of the children’s book entitled “Dreamland.”

Dr. Dosanjh has held many leadership positions in Medicine. She was the secretary and President of BC Family Doctors and has been a UBC medicine clinical instructor and examiner for the Medical Council of Canada. She served four years on the White Rock South Surrey Division of Family Practice board and was the Lead Physician for Child Youth Mental Health Substance Use Collaborative.

Dr. Dosanjh grew up in Ladner, BC. She has a strong passion for social justice and equity and an admirable commitment to children, youth, and families. She is currently trying to influence the systems we operate in—healthcare, education, and justice sectors which she states are ready for disruption. She hopes to influence humanity by ch 



Guest Speakers

Charlotte Yong-Hing, MD, FRCPC

Where Do We Go from Here: A Call to Action (w/ Kiana Lebel)






Jane Sun,  MD, FRCPC

Radiology and Sustainability: Opportunities for Engagement








Kiana Lebel, MD

Where Do We Go from Here: A Call to Action (w/ Charlotte Yong-Hing)


Dr. Kiana Lebel is currently a third year radiology resident at the Université de Montréal. She has been heavily involved with the Canadian Association of Radiologists, first as the Medical Student Network coordinator where she led multiples initiatives to increase radiology exposure to medical students. She then led the Resident and Fellow Section as the chair. She has dedicated much of her education and career to working with vulnerable and marginalized populations in Canada. She co-published the first literary review on diversity in Canadian radiology titled The Status of Diversity in Canadian Radiology—Where We Stand and What Can We Do About It?, which was a catalyst in the creation of the CAR’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Working Group.



Lindsay Milroy, MD, FRCPC

Navigating the Transition to Practice – From Surviving to Thriving


Dr. Lindsay Milroy is a Diagnostic and Spine Interventional Neuroradiologist at Western University in London, Ontario. She received her medical degree at Dalhousie University and completed her Diagnostic Radiology residency at the University of Ottawa in 2020. This was followed by completing a Diagnostic Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Toronto in 2022. Her practice encompasses the full breadth of Diagnostic Neuroradiology, and her current area of interest is the management and treatment of spine pathologies through spine intervention. She has a passion for medical education leadership and multi-level advocacy, as evidenced by several leadership positions she held throughout her training.



Kristin Greenlaw, MD, FRCPC

Transitioning to Leadership: The First 90 Days

Dr. Kristin Greenlaw is a clinical radiologist at Dalhousie University, specializing in breast and chest imaging at the IWK and QEII Health Science Centre in Halifax, NS. Dr. Greenlaw completed fellowships in thoracic radiology at Vancouver General Hospital, and breast imaging at BC Cancer and BC Women's Hospital in 2018. She is the current Vice President of Finance for the QEII Site Group of radiologists.