May 15, 2019
Mother's Day Tea and Discussion on Maternal Health
Vancouver Campus |
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.
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The event is jointly organized by University Neighbourhoods Association and UBC Wellbeing with the support of 2019 UBC Women Deliver Grants.
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12:45pm - 2:00pm
Old Barn Community Centre
6308 Thunderbird Blvd,
V6T 1Z4View Map