Dr. Kannin Osei-Tutu

Senior Associate Dean - Health Equity and Systems Transformation

Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary

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About Dr. Kannin Osei-Tutu

Dr. Osei-Tutu is the inaugural senior associate dean – Health Equity and Systems Transformation at the Cumming School of Medicine having previously served as associate director student advising and wellness in UME, and as director of resident support at PGME. He is well established as a provincial and national leader in change transformation.

Dr. Osei-Tutu is the founder and president of the Black Physicians’ Association of Alberta, a member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta’s Anti-racism Anti-discrimination Action Committee, and chair of the inaugural AFMC Black Health, Innovation and Advancement Committee. He informs the development of policies, educational programs and curricula that are inclusive and has established partnerships with regulatory and licensing bodies to advance health equity.

Dr. Osei-Tutu earned a degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University, followed by a Master of Science and medical degree at Dalhousie University. He completed a Family Medicine residency at the University of Toronto. He is the recipient of many awards including the 2023 National Leadership Award from the Black Physicians of Canada, the 2022 Donald I. Rice Award from the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine, and the 2022 John Ware Fellowship from the DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University.

Speaking at...
CanMEDS Town Hall at ICAM
April 12, 2024 10:00 –
11:00 PDT
Dr. Anna Karwowska, Dr. Damon Dagnone, Dr. Kannin Osei-Tutu, Dr. Linda Snell, Dr. Lisa Richardson, Dr. Nancy Fowler, Dr. Saleem Razack, Dr. Thomas Maniatis

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