Achieving Equity and Global EDI-D-I Competence in the Canadian Health Sector Workforce

One hundred underrepresented Canadian students undertaking courses in the health professions at Western University and University of Manitoba will be equipped with Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Decolonization and Indigeneity (EDI-D-I) knowledge and skills, to prepare them for frontline work in Africa (or in similar global settings) as well as in Canada. The project will create sustainable structures and supports for mobility programs that are equitable and accessible to all students, at participating universities. All the targeted students will undergo a three-month virtual certificate course, before placement in one of the partner institutions in seven African countries, for a further three-month period.

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