Dr. Louise Nasmith, family physician, past Principal of the College of Health Disciplines at the University of British Columbia and current Associate Provost Health shared her experience in Team Based Care at the inaugural Interprofessional Education Grand Rounds.
Students from Nursing, PT, OT, SCSD, and Medicine are faced with an authentic patient-family scenario at the Simulation Centre. Students work as a team preparing an action plan while learning with, from and about each other.
Thank You To Our Facilitators
Physicians, Nurses, Speech-language Pathologists, Dieticians, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists support the IPE program by facilitating small student groups at IPE courses. Their input allows the program to improve and score high with students.
First year students in Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology gather together to learn with , from and about each other’s professions in their introductory course in Interprofessional Education
A Day in the Life
An Interprofessional Health Care Panel took place at the 2017 McGill Open House. Panelists provided information regarding working as a speech-language pathologist, dentist, nutritionist, nurse, physician, occupational therapist, & physiotherapist. Professor Cynthia Perlman participated as moderator from the IPE Office. Pictured here from left to right: Dr. Thordartottir (Speech-Language Pathology), Dr. D'Souza (Dentistry), Prof. Perlman (OT), Ms. Aflalo (Nutrition), Dr. Sant'Anna (Medicine), Prof. Shankland (OT), Prof. Sanzone (Nursing), Prof. Garnett (PT).
Who am I?
Roles in Interprofessional Teams
Students in their first year of studies in the Faculty of Medicine role play as they discover each other’s professions.
Faculty Development with the IPE Office
Facilitators attend a training session at the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning where they learn and practice effective debriefing techniques.
Presenting Results at the SIM Summit
Kelly Root presents her poster "Patient centred Care in Action: A simulated case to promote collaboration in health care students in five professions" at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada's Simulation Summit (2015).
The McGill chapter of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Open School provides future health professionals with a forum to interact and advance their competencies.
GLOBAL HEALTH PROGRAMS
Visit the McGill Global Health Programs, committed to addressing health inequities and improving global health through education, research, and partnerships.
NEWS & EVENTS
Patient Safety Workshop
October 11, 2018 8h30-16h30
Jewish General Hospital