Black Health Ed Collaborative

Black Canadian Health Curricular

Learning Objectives: Following the guidelines outlined by the AFMC, it is our intention that the learning objectives for the BCHCR would later be incorporated into the MCC exams; The BCHCR learning objectives would include a focus on how anti-black racism influences health outcomes;

Online platform/format: The creation of an online platform that is accessible by medical and public health students across the country; Available to medical faculty across the country to facilitate the teaching of Black Canadian health content; Incorporates interactive components and modules;

Future Opportunities: A portal and platform for Continuing Professional Development sessions for faculty who teach (or will teach) Black Canadian Health content; Health professional from outside of medicine (nursing, physiotherapy, etc) and public health professionals and trainees could use and apply the content to their own fields; Post-graduate standards and training tools development (College of Family Physicians, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons):

Community participation: The development of first person/story-telling resources which documents the experiences in seeking and accessing health care and services; Including experiences with anti-black racism; best practices in Black Canadian Health Care; innovative practices.



Dr. OmiSoore Dryden, Dalhousie University


Dr. Onye Nnorom

Dr. Onye Nnorom, University of Toronto


Dr. Delia Douglas, University of Manitoba
Dr. Barbara-Ann Hamilton Hinch, Dalhousie University
Ms. LLana James, PhD Student, University of Toronto
Dr. Akwatu Khenti, University of Toronto
Ms. Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh, Another World Lab/National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health
Dr. Roberta Timothy, University of Toronto
Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed, Dalhousie University