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Presenter: Claire Bodkin MD CCFP Chair of Prison Health MIG

Ever wish you had an approach to working with patients when they come into the office, emergency department, or hospital and are accompanied by law enforcement? This episode explores how racism, colonization, and other forms of oppression shape who is seeking healthcare while detained by law enforcement, and how family physicians can provide high quality…

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Claire Bodkin MD CCFP Chair of Prison Health MIG

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Presenter(s):

  • Claire Bodkin MD CCFP Chair of Prison Health MIG

Spearkers do not have any conflicts of interest to declare.

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