Lafayette Health Awareness Series

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Donations for this year’s forum will go towards a Lafayette Music and Health Legacy Fund supporting interdisciplinary research, teaching and community outreach in the area of music and health.


2021 Lafayette Health Awareness Series presents:

Navigating through COVID-19 – Using our collective wisdom to guide us.

No matter from where we hail, the pandemic has affected us and leaves us with many questions as we emerge from this last year of continued restrictions and new variants. Our speakers will talk with us about vaccines and possible boosters, how those with long-haul COVID are coping, the impact on our First Nations communities, and how to support our mental health as we continue through the many twists and turns of our recovery and the rebuilding of our lives out of this pandemic.

Thursday October 7, 2021
7:00-8:30 pm

To attend in person, please register at events.eply.com/LHAF2021

Please note, masks and proof of vaccine will be required.
In-person attendance will be capped at 130.

To attend the live-streamed event, please register at tinyurl.com/LHAF2021

 

HOSTED BY:
Alexis Luko
Newly appointed Director of the
UVic School of Music

FEATURING GUEST SPEAKERS:
Danuta Skowronski
MD, FRCPC, BC Centre for Disease Control

Jesse Grenier
MD, FRCPC Internal Medicine,
Post COVID-19 Recovery Clinic,
Providence Health Care

Shannon McDonald
BA, MD, Acting Chief Medical Officer,
First Nations Health Authority

Matthew Chow
MD, FRCPC, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,
President, Doctors of BC