Club week video
About the club
The overdose crisis and other inequalities and harms related to criminalization and
stigmatization of drugs throw into stark relief pressing problems faced by our society.
Seeing this, it’s hard not to want to help, but how?
Harm reduction is an approach to health that meets the patient where he or she is. It promotes autonomy, respect and collaboration while strengthening the person’s
confidence and empowerment.
The Addiction and Harm Reduction Interest Group aims to satisfy your curiosity, to
promote interest in the field of addiction and harm reduction, and to prepare future health professionals to deal effectively and compassionately with these areas in their practice as physicians; whether with hands-on training in harm reduction tools and techniques, high-impact seminars by professionals on the ground and in the field, you’re sure to learn something new!
|Samia Benabess, class of 2026
|Blake Linthwaite. class of 2026
|Oliver Terry, class of 2025
|Omar Idrissi, class of 2025
|Claire Grall-Johnson. class of 2026
|Ranuka Sivanathan, class of 2024
|Kenneth Tan, class of 2026
|Simon Rahman, class of 2026
|M1 Class Representative (Montreal)
|Danielle Cutler, class of 2027
|M1 Class Representative (Outaouais)
|Jessica Lu, class of 2027
|Kim Périard, class of 2025