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Healthcaring Differently with Dr. Onye Nnorom – Instagram Live series

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Healthcaring Differently is a new movement created by Dr. Onye Nnorom (“Dr. O.”) to inspire diverse students to pursue careers in healthcare through social media and expose medical students to diverse career options within medicine. 

Who is Dr. Onye Nnorom (Dr.O)
Dr. Nnorom is a family doctor, public health & preventive medicine specialist, assistant professor at the University of Toronto, and public speaker. Dr. Nnorom’s work focuses on health equity, and how racism impacts health, in particular anti-Black racism as a driver of inequities in Canada. She is co-founder of the Black Health Education Collaborative. She is presently on sabbatical and has decided to launch Healthcaring Differently, a movement to ‘mentor out loud’ through social media!

When are the Instagram Live Streams?
Every Tuesday from 7:00-7:30 p.m. EST from Feb. 20 to April 30! Tune in to hear Dr. O. interview diverse physicians and health leaders across Canada on Instagram live! You will be able to ask questions and engage with physicians and healthcare leaders of diverse backgrounds – Black, Indigenous, racialized, 2SLGBTQ+, differently-abled, who are doing things differently.

Where Do I Follow Healthcaring Differently?
* Instagram: @healthcaringdifferently
* Website: Healthcaringdifferently.com – folks can also subscribe to a monthly newsletter to stay connected.

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