Drawing on lessons learned, we discuss a developing program of praxis-oriented research, that includes multiple voices and experiences, and interdisciplinary and intergenerational collaboration, that helps us take a long-term view on addressing issues such as poverty and health.
T206, UBC School of Nursing (3rd floor - UBC Hospital)
Drawing on a decade of work with oncology doctors and nurses and people living advanced cancer, Prof. Alex Broom posits that suffering-in-practice challenges the assumed borders between people, often concealing the true ‘nature’ of suffering as negotiated, contingent and collectively orchestrated.
This presentation introduces the theory of Possessive Individualism, explores its origins, and uses it as a lens to examine iterations of class domination and specific conceptualizations of health and health care provision.
Dr. Helen Brown's research program brings a critical perspective to rural Indigenous health and employs community-based participatory approaches for academic-community partnership with BC First Nations to advance health equity within local contexts.
https://survey.ubc.ca/s/nursing-gala-2017/The School of Nursing is pleased to invite all alumni, donors and community members to the 6th annual Nursing Alumni and Partnership Awards Gala on Thursday, May 4th, 2017.