During this unprecedented time of COVID-19, join Cancer Warrior Munira Premji as she moderates an informative and highly educational discussion on the threat of influenza and the importance and accessibility of the influenza vaccine, especially this flu season, with Infectious Disease physician Dr. Sunil Varghese and pharmacist Dr. Anisha Lakhani.
Reignite Your Purpose: Conversations with Munira – Part 1: Self Awareness Re-connecting with your Values
What drives you to live a life that is satisfying and meaningful? Do others see you the way you see yourself? This session focuses on the process of self-discovery and bringing your best self forward. Join us for a six-part series on maximizing your potential, hosted by Munira Premji. Munira will discuss key concepts that are needed to define our purpose and bring our best self forward. This session will be moderated by Leila Rahemtulla, an instructor, management consultant, and author. Part 1 of 6.
Learn strategies to help you cope better during the current unprecedented challenging times and motivate yourself with a positive mindset.
A webinar for all Community Members aged 29 years and above to learn how healthy eating leads to better daily productivity and overall good health.
AKYSB UK: Stories on the Rooftop – Jamila Damani My Stammer – How I Found by Voice – 6 November 2020
Listen to an inspirational and heartfelt 'story on the rooftop' session with Jamila Damani. She talks about what stammering is, some of the myths and challenges, the tools and lessons she has learned on her journey.
The epidemic of NCDs poses devastating health consequences for individuals, families, and communities, and threatens to overwhelm health systems. The socioeconomic costs associated with NCDs make the prevention and control of these diseases a major development imperative for the 21st century.
Alykhan Kassam shares his personal insights into the trials and tribulations of a decade long rollercoaster with Multiple Sclerosis, including an intense stem cell transplant. A key aim of this session explored personal coping mechanisms and how he increased his capacity to be comfortable with the discomforts and challenges of life.
Aga Khan Health Board and Aga Khan Education Board for Uganda brings a Parental Care webinar series for Empowering New Parents Parental Care.
Protect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and taking appropriate precautions. Follow the advice provided by your local health authority.
Join Dr. Zain Chagla, Dr. Karim Ali, and Moderator Shallah Jamal-Somani in a discussion about what is known about the virus, as well as the epidemiology both worldwide and in Canada. They will focus on risk factors, especially as it relates to age groups and medical conditions. The webinar is presented by frontline Infectious Disease Physicians. Dr. Zain Chagla: Completed his BSc and MD at Queen’s University, Internal Medicine Residency at Western University and an Infectious Diseases fellowship from McMaster University. He also has a Masters in Science (Infectious Diseases) and a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He is currently an Associate Professor at McMaster University, Co-Medical Director of Infection Control at St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton, Niagara Health System, as well as a Consultant in Infection Control at Woodstock General Hospital. Through the COVID response, Dr. Chagla has been a part of policy planning locally, provincially, and federally. He has been a part of numerous clinical trials on COVID-19 therapies, as well as had multiple publications on COVID-19 research, epidemiology, testing, and infection control. Dr. Karim Ali: Attended Ziauddin Medical University in Karachi, Pakistan. He then went on to complete his Internal Medicine Residency at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as well as his Infectious Disease Fellowship at Creighton University and University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Dr. Ali joined Niagara Health in 2012 and established the Division of Infectious Diseases. He currently serves as the Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Stewardship Program at Niagara Health.
Hormones play a large role in health and well-being. Your body has systems that work holistically and are directed to function optimally by the glands in your endocrine system and associated hormones. WAP is hosting a series of webinars featuring a Consultant Obstetrician and a functional Naturopathic Nutrition Practitioner who will share their expertise on taking care of your hormonal health and the options available to manage certain health challenges.
A moderated discussion with two experts that will highlight challenges caregivers may face, present tools that can be used to cope with stress, and offer strategies to enhance caregiver resilience.
Presented in Arabic by Dr Ruba Tabari, clinical director and educational psychologist, this webinar explores the importance of maintaining one's own self-care while also caring for children.
Presented in English by Dr Ruba Tabari, clinical director and educational psychologist, this webinar explores the importance of maintaining one's own self-care while also caring for children.
A webinar focused on self-care for healthcare workers - this session was led by Anar Shariff, a Public Health Nurse, yoga instructor, reflexologist, and certified Reiki practitioner. This virtual session provides healthcare workers with strategies and tools to manage stress. We explore the biophysiological stress response, and engage in breath work, relaxation, asanas, and guided gentle yoga practice.
Many of us have been trying to balance our work and home responsibilities as we navigate the new normal during COVID-19. With these lines increasingly blurring, it can feel like we are constantly caring for others and not taking enough time for our own health. This situation is further complicated for those caring for family members with mental health needs. Join Dr. Saira Sabzaali for a discussion on self-care and preventing caregiver burnout.
The final part in a three-part series where women participate in honest conversations with each other about surviving the pandemic, this webinar will focus on getting along as a family. Presented by the Ismaili Women's Committee and the Aga Khan Health Board Kenya.
The second in a three-part series where women participate in honest conversations with each other about surviving the pandemic, this webinar will focus on social isolation and loneliness. Presented by the Ismaili Women's Committee and the Aga Khan Health Board Kenya.
The first in a three-part series where women participate in honest conversations with each other about surviving the pandemic, this webinar will focus on burnout and balance. Presented by the Ismaili Women's Committee and the Aga Khan Health Board Kenya.