The College held its 2022 Annual Meeting and Education Day (AMED) virtually on June 10, 2022 with over 2,200 registered attendees. There were more than 1,400 attendees who tuned in live on our virtual portal and many more viewing the presentations on-demand afterwards, making this year’s AMED a tremendous success! We invite members to watch the videos of the AMED sessions — the theme of which was Learning and Unlearning in a Changing Landscape — on the College website and YouTube channel.
- Welcome Message and Opening Intention
- President’s Report
- Auditor’s Report
- Registrar’s Report
- Question Period
- The Rise of Antisemitism and its Impact on Holocaust Survivors and the Jewish Community at Large
- Compassion Fatigue Through a Mindful Lens
- Moving up from the Bottom of the Cliff – Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Community Health
- Mobile Crisis Rapid Response Team-Hamilton Region: A Collaborative Approach towards Learning, Unlearning, and Transforming in Varying Times
- Eating Disorders and Mental Health: Clinical and Leadership Learnings from the Pandemic and Acute Care
- Digital Divide and Older Adults: Beyond the Margins, Older Adults and Digital Access in Toronto Under Lockdown
- Anti-Asian Racism and Asian Mental Health
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of this year’s AMED – the speakers, Council members, the AMED Planning Group, College staff and everyone who tuned in to watch!