Participatory Public Installation: Family Medicine

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This experiment was designed to promote camaraderie among healthcare professionals by highlighting individual and shared experiences within the healthcare profession. Four colour-coded boards were introduced over the course of four days, and each board posed a question pertinent to primary care. A diverse group of healthcare professionals were encouraged to share their thoughts, and what resulted was a collection of genuine feedback and personal reflection.


This installation was created on behalf of the Physician Learning Program (PLP) and The Office of Continuing Medical Education & Professional Development (CME&PD) at the University of Calgary for the 44th Annual Pearls for Family Practice Conference.