City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Sarah Kaplan

Jan 17, 2018

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12:00pm–1:00pm
City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds

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Sarah Kaplan portraitMeritocracy: From Myth to Reality

Sarah Kaplan, PhD, MA

Director, Institute for Gender and the Economy
Distinguished Professor of Gender & the Economy
Professor of Strategic Management, Rotman School
University of Toronto

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the presentation, participants should be able to:
1. understand how implicit bias operates,
2. reflect on the ways that our understanding of “merit” may be biased,
3. understand how to interrupt bias in organizational practice, and
4. discover what practices might enable a true meritocracy to operate.

Hosted at:

  • University Health Network
    Toronto General: Medical Education, Eaton Ground 025/026

Interactive videoconference:

  • Baycrest
    Telehealth boardroom
  • Markham Stouffville
    B1465
  • Michael Garron
    Gray Steele conference room
  • Sinai Health
    Bridgepoint: G.001
    Mount Sinai: 18th floor auditorium
  • Sunnybrook
    Bayview: McLaughlin Lecture Theatre, EG 61
    St. John's Rehab: S3 332
  • St. Michael’s
    LKSKI: Keenan Research Centre auditorium - 2nd fl.
  • Trillium Health Partners
    Credit Valley: 4F119
    Mississauga: Enbridge Room
  • University Health Network
    Toronto Western: Main auditorium, 2W 401
  • West Park
    R3 Sunroom
  • William Osler
    Brampton: N.1.191
    Etobicoke: 3A
  • Women's College
    Auditorium, 2501

Webcast availableTwitter hashtag #CWMGR

Questions will be accepted via email at uoft.cwmgr@gmail.com and Twitter.

Evaluation & Attendance

Attendance for Maintenance of Certification credit will only be tracked if evaluation and attendance surveys are completed.

Location

University Health Network – Toronto General Hospital
Medical Education, ENG 025/026, 200 Elizabeth Street
Toronto
M5G 2C4

Contact

Christian Base
416-978-4499
2018-01-17 17:00:00 2018-01-17 18:00:00 UTC City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Sarah Kaplan Meritocracy: From Myth to Reality Sarah Kaplan, PhD, MA Director, Institute for Gender and the EconomyDistinguished Professor of Gender & the EconomyProfessor of Strategic Management, Rotman SchoolUniversity of Toronto Learning Objectives: At the end of the presentation, participants should be able to:1. understand how implicit bias operates,2. reflect on the ways that our understanding of “merit” may be biased,3. understand how to interrupt bias in organizational practice, and4. discover what practices might enable a true meritocracy to operate. Hosted at: University Health NetworkToronto General: Medical Education, Eaton Ground 025/026 Interactive videoconference: BaycrestTelehealth boardroom Markham StouffvilleB1465 Michael GarronGray Steele conference room Sinai HealthBridgepoint: G.001Mount Sinai: 18th floor auditorium SunnybrookBayview: McLaughlin Lecture Theatre, EG 61St. John's Rehab: S3 332 St. Michael’sLKSKI: Keenan Research Centre auditorium - 2nd fl. Trillium Health PartnersCredit Valley: 4F119Mississauga: Enbridge Room University Health NetworkToronto Western: Main auditorium, 2W 401 West ParkR3 Sunroom William OslerBrampton: N.1.191Etobicoke: 3A Women's CollegeAuditorium, 2501 Webcast available Questions will be accepted via email at uoft.cwmgr@gmail.com and Twitter. Evaluation & Attendance Attendance for Maintenance of Certification credit will only be tracked if evaluation and attendance surveys are completed. Medical Education, ENG 025/026, 200 Elizabeth Street - University Health Network – Toronto General Hospital discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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