Lisa Richardson MD MA FRCPC 

Lisa Richardson (Anishnaabe/European) is a Clinician Educator in the University of Toronto's Division of General Internal Medicine and Practices at Toronto General Hopsital, UHN.  She completed her MD at the University of Calgary and her residency fellowship training at the University of Toronto. She helped to found the Office of Indigenous Medical Education at the University of Toronto, where she is the co-Lead in Indigenous Health Curriculum for the medical school and Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine.

Her academic interest lies in the integration of critical and Indigenous perspectives into medical education. She currently holds the Wilson Centre’s Indigenous Health Education Investigator award, and is a previous AMS Phoenix fellow for her work related to teaching cultural safety.

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