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Save the Date: Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership May 6-7, 2022

Upcoming Event: 2022 Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership

May 4-5, 2022 - Pre-conference courses; May 6-7, 2022 - Conference
Westin Harbour Castle Hotel, Toronto


ISLEP - Oct 19, 2021 - Registration

Innovations in MedEd Leadership: Come hear and see what are our colleagues creating to solve problems?

Date: October 19, 2021 - 11:00-18:00 ET


University of Manitoba sessions

  • Critically Examining decolonization: The Field of Global Health: A novel conference in Canada for medical trainees and professionals. Santhanam et al.
  • Diversity in Medical Education (DiME): Student’s Perspectives Regarding Racial Diversity in Undergraduate Medical Education. Forman et al.
  • Does it Really Work? Implicit Bias training for Postgraduate Program Directors. Gruber and Condon.
  • The Development of Interprofessional Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Curriculum among NICU health care team - A pilot project. Chappell et al.
  • Advancing ethical leadership in the health sector through organisational frameworks and structures. Cosenza et al.

ISLEP - Oct 19, 2021 - Information and Registration

Opening Plenary: "Privilege in Medicine"

Date: Oct 19, 2021 - 11:00-18:00 ET


Speakers: Dr. Lisa Richardson, Dr. Sajjad Rahnama’i, Dr. Chika Oriuwa  (Facilitated by Dr. Anne Matlow)

ISLEP - Oct 19, 2021 - Information and Registration

Workshops on Leadership in Education

Date: October 19, 2021 - 11:00-18:00 ET


  • “Strategic Development of medical specialty, equity, diversity and inclusion guidelines” - Dr Jennifer Bryan et al
  • “Leading through the tensions of racism and relationship” - Dr. Lyn Sonnenberg et al.
  • “Using a framework to optimize psychological safety in the learning environment” - Drs. Anne Matlow & Ming-Ka Chan
  • “Networks and Networking: They Matter” - Dr. Susan Lieff


Contact the Office of Leadership Education, RFHS with suggestions & feedback for this guide:

The Office of Leadership Education is co-directed by;


Shaundra Popowich, MD FRCSC MBA

Guide Purpose

The purpose of this guide is to provide resources for those interested in developing competencies and capabilities in health leadership. Curated for the health sciences learner at all levels, it aims to support those exploring leadership development at their own pace or teachers looking for additional resources to integrate. This guide was developed by members of the Office of Leadership Education, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences (RFHS), members of RFHS and in partnership with UM Library.

Resources listed here are not exhaustive and may change over time. We welcome feedback and suggestions by email.

Material posted to this page are organized by media;