PRACTICE

Inspire creativity

For students and health professionals, it can be daunting to challenge existing structures of power relations even if and when such resistance might contribute to more ethical practice and settings. 

Creative assignments can offer an outlet to express otherwise hard-to-convey messages. For example, some students and health professionals have used media like poetry, theatre, and visual art to reveal systemic issues and/or advocate for change.

For more on these types of approaches, see: https://maxinegreene.org/index 



Teaching for Transformation (TforT) OS is a suite of offerings including online education supplements, annual conference, and custom consultations. TforT is brought to you in partnership by the Centre for Faculty Development and the Centre for Advancing Collaborative Healthcare & Education, extra-departmental units of the University of Toronto, hosted at Unity Health Toronto and University Health Network, respectively.

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