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Health Equity Grand Rounds: Eating Disorder and Muscle Dysmorphia among Boys and Men
November 28 @ 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
This event is for FIFSW students only.
About our featured speaker
Kyle T. Ganson, PhD, RSW, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto’s Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. His research focuses on eating disorders, muscle dysmorphia, and muscle-building behaviours among adolescents and young adults, particularly boys and young men. Dr. Ganson has authored over 125 peer-reviewed academic papers in leading adolescent health, eating disorder, body image, and substance use journals. His research has been featured on the CBC, CTV News, U.S. News and World Report, Healthline, Fatherly, and Runner’s World, among others. Dr. Ganson has over 10 years of direct clinical social work practice experience and he teaches clinical social work courses to MSW students.
About The Health Equity Grand Rounds
The Health Equity Grand Rounds focuses on equity issues related to health and mental health practice. It involves talks by experts focused on key themes in the field. There will be 5 Grand Rounds scheduled in the 2023-2024 academic year. FIFSW students can earn a certificate of completion by attending a minimum of 4 rounds throughout the academic year. For any questions, please contact Peter Sheffield or Dr. Rachelle Ashcroft.