Session Title: We Are All That Is Possible: Indigenous Principles and Perspectives of Disability & Belonging with Joanne Mills Date: Dec 7th, 2022Time: 12-1:30 PM PSTWho is this event intended for: faculty, staff, learnersRead more and register here: https://redi.med.ubc.ca/we-are-all-that-is-possible-indigenous-principles-and-perspectives-of-disability-belonging-with-joanne-mills/ The Office of Respectful Environments, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (REDI) is hosting their fourth Indigenous […] Read More
Dr. Christie Newton is a family doctor, a mother and wife, an animal lover, and now, the president of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). As the Associate Head Education and Engagement for the Department of Family Practice, she is also working on a province-wide team-based primary care learning project. Christie’s appointment as […] Read More
The November Cedar Award recognizes the JEDI Committee co-chairs for their dedication to promoting a culture of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion within the UBC Department of Family Practice. The JEDI Committee provides guidance to the department regarding structure to change the culture of the department based on the foundation of anti-racism, de-colonization and intersectionality, […] Read More
The Awards Committee is delighted to honour Dr. and Elder Roberta Price as the first recipient of the DFP Cedar Awards initiative. Described by her peers as the “fearless leader and inspiration behind what [we] do on JEDI, Dr. and Elder Roberta has graciously and tirelessly shared her gifts and her knowledge with our department.” […] Read More
September 30th is a solemn day to honour residential school survivors, those who died in this genocide, and the lasting impacts that the residential school system has had on Indigenous Peoples. It is a day to learn more about the true history of our country and the atrocities committed in the residential school system. It […] Read More
Welcome to the Department of Family Practice
The Department of Family Practice educates students, physicians, and midwives to be effective providers of patient-centered care in the context of family and community.