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A panel discussion from the Community Legal Education Ontario

"Partnerships between health care and the legal sector in Ontario: What’s next"

... Complex social factors such as precarious housing, poverty, discrimination, precarious immigration status, and intimate partner violence can often lead to legal issues that have a significant impact on health. Health and justice partnerships involve health care and legal practitioners working together to find solutions to address factors that can contribute to poor health.  

In Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, this interdisciplinary model has been successful at promoting individual and community health as well as at addressing health inequities.

Join our expert panelists to hear about the role that health and justice partnerships can play in a strong public health care system and in improving health outcomes for community members. Panelists include Lee Ann Chapman, Michele Leering, and Dr. Rami Shoucri. "

December 7th, 2023 10:00 AM through 11:30 AM
Online Webinar

Register here: Partnerships between health care and the legal sector in Ontario: What’s next – CLEO Outreach


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