Grand Rounds: The Restorative Imperative in Healthcare

August 25, 2023 |
Truth and Reconciliation

View the event poster here. 

The Rady Faculty of Health Sciences' Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing/Ongomiizwin and CPSM invites all CPSM registrants to:

Grand Rounds: The Restorative Imperative in Healthcare

Presenter: Pedro L. Flores, PhD, MAS, CCRP

Dr. Flores specializes in helping organizations address mistreatment harm in healthcare and academic medicine. 

His discussion will address the most pressing issues afflicting healthcare communities, including restorative justice definitions and origins, restorative justice applications in healthcare contexts, and research outcomes.

Date: September 12, 2023

Time: 12 p.m. 

What is Restorative Justice?

Restorative Justice emphasizes repairing or restoring relationships, fixing the damage, and preventing further harm from occurring. This approach is collaborative and engaging for all parties involved.

Why it matters

As one of our commitments toward Truth and Reconciliation, CPSM has prioritized adopting a Restorative Justice approach to addressing complaints made by Indigenous patients.

A Restorative Justice Working Group, including members from RFHS and CPSM, has been working with Knowledge Keeper, Leslie Spillett, who helps ensure our work is rooted in our local teachings about restorative justice.

The working group is pleased to partner to host this learning opportunity in Restorative Justice for all CPSM registrants.

Pre-registration is not required. Join us in person or online.

In person at the Bannatyne Campus (Apotex 071)


Join online

Webinar ID: 643 7809 5615 Passcode:  586807

Click here or below a two-minute video of Dr. Flores defining what Restorative Justice is (and what it is not).