Inspired by a dedicated group of alumni from the Class of 1944, the Living History website celebrates U of T Medicine’s tremendous legacy and impact through memories shared by our alumni community. From the most well-known research breakthroughs in the Faculty’s 125-year history to hitherto untold stories of U of T Medicine alumni, faculty and staff, this virtual yearbook will preserve our past while paying tribute to our ongoing present-day story. Woven together, these individual U of T Medicine experiences tell an extraordinary story of a world leader in health education, research and clinical care.
An interdisciplinary, interfaculty conference on the history of health care in Toronto held at U of T on November 23 and 24, 2012. This exciting event, generously sponsored by Associated Medical Services and the Medical Alumni Association, brought together a community of local historians, librarians, archivists, healthcare professionals and educators with the common goals of
• Appreciating our history
• Building a community
• Fostering collaborations
• Preserving our past
The Toronto Healthcare History Group remains active and is currently planning a new event on the theme of “Health and the City” for 2015.
The Health, Arts, and Humanities Program, directed by Dr. Allan Peterkin and based at Mount Sinai Hospital, advances a deeper understanding of health, illness, suffering, disability and the provision of healthcare by creating a community of scholars in the arts, humanities and clinical sciences at the University of Toronto (and beyond).