Don’t miss ICRE’s opening plenary speaker: Dr. Lisa Richardson

Royal College Staff
March 21, 2019 | Author: Royal College Staff

The ICRE planning committee is thrilled to announce Dr. Lisa Richardson as the ICRE 2019 opening plenary lecturer.

Dr. Richardson is a clinician educator in the University of Toronto’s Division of General Internal Medicine. She also practices at the University Health Network. Her academic interest lies in the integration of critical and Indigenous perspectives into medical education.

Dr. Richardson holds the roles of strategic advisor in Indigenous Health for the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine. In addition, she is the Indigenous Strategy Lead for Women’s College Hospital. She also co-leads a new portfolio for the Department of Medicine called Person-Centered Care Education.

Dr. Richardson chairs several provincial and national committees to advance Indigenous medical education. She has been honoured with the Royal College’s Dr. Thomas Dignan Award for Indigenous Health.

We look forward to having Dr. Richardson open this year’s conference in Ottawa!

Stay tuned for more announcements and details on Dr. Richardson’s lecture.

Visit the ICRE website for more information on this year’s conference.