Scholarly Activity

The Office of Interprofessional Education remains committed to the advancement of evidence-informed research in innovative interprofessional pedagogy to target the competency development of interprofessional collaboration. In addition, through the ongoing evaluation of the IPE curriculum, research objectives are established to investigate the best IPE evaluation tools that measure the cumulative impact of IPE training on interprofessional proficiency. The OIPE liaises with our interested collaborators and partners in scholarly activities. Learning opportunities for student researchers across the professional programs are also provided to further interprofessional education initiatives and facilitate knowledge translation. 

The Office of Interprofessional Education is represented nationally as a member of the Canadian Interprofessional Healthcare Collaborative and internationally as a member of Interprofessionalresearch.Global.   

Members have presented their work at international and national conferences including Altogether Better Health 2014, 2016, 2018, Collaborating Across Borders 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2023 and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Simulation Summit 2015. 



Members undertake the supervision of graduate students in the health professions involved in interprofessional research.

Professional Membership

  • All members of the OIPE are members of the Canadian Interprofessional Healthcare Collaborative (CIHC)
  • C. Perlman is an associate member, Institute of Health Sciences Education (IHSE), Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, McGill
  • C. Perlman and M. Purden are members of (Global Confederation for interprofessional education and collaborative practice)
  • M. Purden is an ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Interprofessional Care
  • M. Purden and E. Elstein are members of the Interprofessional Education Working Group of the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC)
  • L. Asseraf-Pasin and C. Perlman are peer reviewers for the Journal of Interprofessional Care 
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