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Sun, Jun 21



Beyond the Clinic: The Future of Healthcare Delivery

Post-lockdown, we will emerge into a new age of medicine where healthcare delivery is no longer confined to the clinic. In this brainstorming session, we will collaborate to define ethical concerns, and generate solutions that will best serve the public. Led by Nate Gerber, BFA & Marisa Dorling, BSc

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Beyond the Clinic: The Future of Healthcare Delivery
Beyond the Clinic: The Future of Healthcare Delivery

Time & Location

Jun 21, 2020, 3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. EDT


About the event

Nate Gerber is an enterprise architecture and strategic design consultant at ThinkFresh Group. His industry background is in digital health platforms and user experience, with a focus on guiding integrations of leadership, platform and product delivery concerns. Recent clients include Taboo Health, the City of Toronto, Muuver Inc., Envision VR, LawLignment Professional Corporation, CABHI/Baycrest Hospital and the Tetradian Futures Institute. Nate is also active in convening local economic recovery efforts through the #RecoverTogether project and the Response-Ability Consortium.


Marisa is a recent graduate from the University of British Columbia. As a former undergraduate representative for the Canadian Bioethics Society, she springboarded the writing contest, and facilitated the negotiation of a student section in the Canadian Journal of Bioethics. She is an enthusiast for all things academia, and hopes to become a professor one day, at the intersection of medical research and health policy. Outside of academia, Marisa has been a rostered athlete with the UBC Cycling Team for the past three years, and has biked from Vancouver to Seattle in two days!

This event is part of our COVID-19 Spring Series. In an effort to stay connected while isolated, let's discuss the ethical issues you and the world are experiencing in true Café Bioethics fashion, with open minds, utmost respect, and intellectual accessibility.

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