The McGill Training and Retention of Health Professionals Project (Dialogue McGill), funded by Health Canada, is offering five on-line student supervision modules without charge to a multi-disciplinary audience. A team of McGill clinical field directors from across the Health and Social Services disciplines will be facilitating the course.
In 2012-2013, we will be running five modules on-line.
Module 1 - The Basics of Supervision:
offered Sept. 10 – Oct. 5, 2012
Module 2 - Building a Climate of Trust:
offered Oct. 8 – Nov. 3, 2012
Module 3 - Learning Styles:
offered Nov. 5 – Dec. 2, 2012
Module 4 - Advanced Clinical Teaching & Moving Forward with Collaborative Reflection :
offered Jan. 7 - Feb. 3, 2013
Module 5 - Performance Evaluation:
offered Feb. 4 – Mar. 3, 2013
For any questions or to access individual modules prior to Fall 2012, please contact Estelle Hopmeyer.
If you are interested in participating in the above modules, please fill out the registration form.
Each Module takes four weeks to complete. You will need to set aside about four hours per week to work on the Modules from your workplace or home.
You can register on line for the course at the following web site: www.mcgill.ca/hssaccess/two/supervision
Once registered you will become part of a multi-disciplinary community of learners participating in a module together with the support of the instructional teaching team. The interdisciplinary teaching team will engage on-line with participants and offer comments and help.
A certificate of attestation will be sent to those who participate weekly in the module. This attestation is applicable for your professional portfolio.
If you require more information, contact caroline [dot] storr [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Caroline Storr) or adriana [dot] venturini [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Adriana Venturini) ACCE, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy (OT and PT, respectively)
Instructional Team :
In addition, supervisors can access free learning modules with direct registration at: www.preceptor.ca
These topics include:
- Module 1: Orientation - Welcoming the Student, Roles and Expectations
- Module 2: Developing (Really Useful) Learning Objectives
- Module 3: Giving and Receiving Informal Feedback
- Module 4: Clinical Reasoning - Understanding and Fostering Clinical Reasoning
- Module 5: Fostering Reflective Practice
- Module 6: Dealing with Conflict
- Module 7: The Formal Evaluation Process
Certificates of participation will be given following completion of the modules to support continuing education for professional portfolios.