Sharing our voices for our health
Dear BPAO Members,
Welcome to our website! We have been working hard to ensure your online experience with BPAO is even better!
Please check out our events section, to learn about the social and educational events we have hosted this year! You can also learn about our upcoming Annual Black Health Symposium, which will be held on February 29, 2020. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Lisa Robinson, Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion, University of Toronto!
We are delighted to announce that our Black medical resident group will have a section of the webpage, starting this fall!
Also check out our Resources section for information on Black Health and also Financial Resources. We have partnered with MD Financial Management, a financial services firm exclusively dedicated to the financial well-being of Canada’s physicians and their families. Together we are launching various initiatives, including the financial resources page on our website full of great educational content, financial advice and financial planning solutions, all tailored to your specific needs as a physician. For more information about MD, check out mdm.ca.
Please take some time to explore the website and learn about the outreach initiatives for pre-medical students, as well as the upcoming SMART (Success through Mentorship, Achievement, Research and Teaching) events for medical trainees and practicing physicians.
We are proud of the amazing work that our members are doing everyday to ensure our equitable representation in medicine and improved health for Black Ontarians.
We also encourage you to donate to support our cause. BPAO has partnered with the Black Business and Professional Association so that you can make a charitable donation to our cause.
We are truly Sharing our Voices for Our Health!
Dr. Onye Nnorom
President & Board Chair, BPAO
2020 BPAO Annual Health Symposium
We are pleased to announce that the 2020 BPAO Annual Health Symposium will take place on Saturday, February 29,
Our keynote speaker will be the Dr Lisa Robinson, Pediatrician and U of T Faculty of Medicine Associate Dean of Inclusion & Diversity.