Comité des champions

À l’automne 2020, l’AMAC a formé un Comité des Champions dans le but de soutenir et de célébrer nos collègues pour leur travail exceptionnel. L’objectif le plus profond est d’élever la voix de nos médecins autochtones leaders vers de plus grandes sphères d’influence afin d’influencer le changement au niveau du système pour les soins aux peuples autochtones.

Nous travaillons ensemble pour proposer la candidature de médecins et d’apprenants autochtones à des prix liés aux soins de santé, à la formation médicale et au leadership. Nous recrutons activement de nouveaux membres pour rejoindre notre comité. Nous nous réunissons mensuellement le troisième mardi à 17h00 (heure du Centre) et nous coordonnons à tour de rôle les nominations. Aucune réunion en décembre, juillet ou août.

Le Pourquoi

  • Soutenir nos collègues procure une sensation fantastique!
  • Mettre en lumière des modèles de rôles autochtones dans le domaine médical inspire les futurs professionnels de la santé autochtones.
  • Normaliser la reconnaissance des récipiendaires autochtones au-delà des catégories de prix autochtones démontre que nous avons notre place dans tous les milieux.
  • Acquérir de l’expérience au sein du comité et dans les nominations améliore les compétences en leadership.
  • Faire partie d’une équipe de personnes proactives qui apportent des changements positifs crée des liens significatifs.

Nous avons eu des candidats retenus pour les prix de l’AMAC, les prix de RDoC et le Temple de la renommée médicale canadienne. Vous voulez vous joindre à nous ? Contactez

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