Safe and Well CAMH Day!

CAMH had its 2019 “Safe and Well CAMH” day on Tuesday, October 22. The event which a Safe & Well CAMH Fair in the Sandi & Jim Treliving Gym, Bell Gateway Building, where various safety and wellness initiatives and projects across the hospital provided information for staff and clients.

Also part of the event was a conversation on inclusivity. This discussion included a presentation by Horizontal Violence, Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Working Group member Carol Mundley. This was followed by a Q&A session with special guest Hadiya Roderique, a diversity and inclusion advocate, which was facilitated by Dr. Renee Linklater, Director of CAMH’s Shkaabe Makwa.

CAMH CEO, Dr. Catherine Zahn, also presented the Safe & Well CAMH Ambassador Awards, which included an award to the CAMH Nicotine Dependence Clinic team.

Members of the CAMH Nicotine Dependence Clinic (receptionist Natalie Marconi and Research Analyst Virginia Ittig-Deland) accept the CAMH Ambassador Award from Dr. Catherine Zahn on behalf of their team.

CAMH Registered Practical Nurse, Carol Mundley, a member of the hospital’s Horizontal Violence, Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Working Group.

 

Dr. Renee Linklater, Director of CAMH’s Shkaabe Makwa hosted a Q&A on inclusivity with special guest diversity and inclusion advocate, Hadiya Roderique.

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