HARC Presents at Creating Space – Canada’s Annual National Health Humanities Conference

On April 13th & 14th, several HARC members presented at Creating Space 13, Canada’s Annual National Health Humanities Conference held in Quebec City. The conference theme was: Advancing a sustainable pedagogy of the health humanities: Transdisciplinary and transcultural perspectives.

HARC Research Director, Sarah de Leeuw, presented the ‘Udustl’us Oosdutaten-i: Beyond Colouring Book. This interactive colouring book is illustrated by Nikiya MacKinlay and written by Sarah de Leeuw, Lisa Striegler, and Marion Erickson. 

HARC Research Manager, Marion Erickson, shared a Pikachu presentation on, “From Lejac to high school drama to teaching med students.”

HARC Postdoctoral Researcher, Darian Goldin-Stahl, along with collaborator Jen Sebring, presented on the Catalyzing H.E.A.L Medicine project.

Congratulations to all for a fantastic few days sharing HARC’s work at Creating Space 13!