Dr. Sukhera is regularly invited to deliver workshops, keynotes or lectures on a variety of topics. He is also consulted by organizations on equity/diversity/inclusion/belonging, mental health, youth engagement, or other areas within his expertise.
STIGMA AND RACISM IN THE CONTEXT OF THE COVID19 PANDEMIC
"Our best rated session yet!"
"A skillful and compassionate presentation of an important topic. This was a new take on racial sensitivity training and has given me lots to reflect on"
BIAS IN THE MIRROR: EXPLORING IMPLICIT BIAS IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Invited Workshop on Bias in Mental Health
"Great presentation... great reminders of how we deal with stresses and the impact on those we support."
STIGMA IN THE MIRROR
RISK ASSESSMENT AND SAFETY PLANNING FOR YOUTH
BIAS IN THE MIRROR: BREAKING BIAS WITHOUT BREAKING OURSELVES
"Specific examples and story telling made this highly effective...Powerful and inspirational!"
TRAUMA AND VIOLENCE INFORMED CARE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
"Very interactive, informative! Used relevant and relatable examples."
STIGMA IN THE MIRROR: ADDRESSING PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLNESS THROUGH IMPLICIT BIAS RECOGNITION AND MANAGEMENT
"Dr. Sukhera's presentation was informative and instructional."
REDUCING STIGMA THROUGH IMPLICIT BIAS RECOGNITION AND MANAGEMENT
Invited Speaker, Stronger than you Know Campaign
STIGMA IN THE MIRROR: BREAKING STIGMA WITHOUT BREAKING OURSELVES
RECRUITING AND RETAINING DIVERSE BOARDS
Invited Lecture and Workshop
IMPLICIT BIAS AND CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT FOR INTERPROFESSIONAL TEAMS
STIGMA IN THE MIRROR
CHILD AND YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
YOUTH ENGAGEMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE DESIGN
Physician's Oath Ceremony Invited Speaker
OUR HUMANITY IS OUR SUPERPOWER
FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT DISORDERS
Dr. Sukhera was invited to present at the National Academy of Medicine during a public meeting on establishing Clinician Wellbeing as a priority. In this video, he discusses his research on implicit bias recognition and management and how it relates to wellness initiatives.
Dr. Sukhera was appointed as an AMS Phoenix Fellow from 2015-2017. This video describes the novel stigma-reduction training he developed through his research on implicit bias recognition and management.