All are welcome to this participatory afternoon of conversation, reflection, creativity and tea hosted by the University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA) and UBC Wellbeing, in honor of mothers everywhere!
Reproductive and maternal health is central to gender equality and development goals of UBC’s community wellbeing. A conversation led by Dr Farah M Shroff will broaden our discussion on women and children’s health locally and globally.
Dr. Farah M Shroff has been a women’s health researcher and educator for many years, focusing on midwifery, HIV, sexuality, nursing, mental well-being, and palliative care. She works in the Department of Family Practice and the School of Population and Public Health of UBC and has a longstanding commitment to improving public health and community development within a social justice framework.
Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Cost: Free (Register via link below)
Location: Old Barn Community Center (6308 Thunderbird Blvd, V6T 1Z4)
- Wednesday May 15, 2019