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Are We Meeting the Needs of Minority Populations in Ontario Long-Term Care Homes? A Discussion of Existing Research 1:30 pm
Are We Meeting the Needs of Minority Populations in Ontario Long-Term Care Homes? A Discussion of Existing Research @ Online
May 16 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
This webinar will focus on ethnic, linguistic, Two-Spirit LGBTQ+, and immigrant minority populations in Ontario LTC homes. A summary of existing research on minority populations’ access to LTC homes will be shared, including barriers and facilitators. Additionally, the presenters will discuss Ontario population-level data on hospitalization and mortality of LTC home residents belonging to minority groups, and explore the role of culture- and language-specific LTC homes to improve quality and equity of care. This webinar is hosted by the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research & Innovation in Long-Term Care.
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The Coming Out Monologues 1:00 pm
The Coming Out Monologues @ Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts
May 19 @ 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Coming Out Monologues is a creative performance and artistic showcase of folkx across LGBTQQ2SIA+ identities and communities, as well as fundraiser for OPIRG Brock. The event is taking place May 19 at the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts. Between 1pm-8pm, there will be a visual arts showcase, a local makers’ market, an 2SLGBTQ+ organizational info-fair, among other ongoing activities. There will also be two options for watching the performances, at 2pm and/or 6pm. Individual tickets: $20, $10, $0 (PWYC), or 5 tickets for $40 This event is hosted by OPRIG Brock.
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