Position: Faculty Lecturer; Associate Director (Physical Therapy Program)
Building: Davis House 3654 prom Sir-William-Osler
Office Room: D7
Mailing Address: 3654 prom Sir-William-Osler, Montréal, QC, Canada H3G 1Y5
Office Phone: 514-398-5594
liliane [dot] asseraf [dot] pasin [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
Education: BSc (Phys Ther), PhD (Education)
Advance Research Methods – Qualitative Analysis Module
Dr Liliane Asseraf-Pasin is the Associate Director of the Physiotherapy Program. Her research interests include developing cultural competence, mentoring novice professionals and interprofessional education and practice. She is responsible for the planning and coordinating of the equivalency programs of internationally trained physiotherapists completing their equivalency at the School.
Asseraf-Pasin L, Birlean C, Redden K, Takahashi S and Shore BM. (2006). Documenting the process and initial outcomes from high quality interprofessional education. Research Abstract for the International Conference of Quality in Services, University of Paisley, Scotland, 7-8 September 2006. Section: Quality in Higher Education or Quality in Health Care.
Asseraf-Pasin L, Redden K, Birlean C, Takahashi S and Shore BM. (2006). Health care students' experiences of a case-based approach to interprofessional education. AERA, Chicago, April 2007.
Asseraf-Pasin L, Redden K, Birlean C and Shore BM. (2006). Health-care professionals' shared and divergent perspectives on interprofessional practice and interprofessional education. All Together Better Health III: Challenges in interprofessional education and practice. London, 10-12 April 2006.
Posel N, Fleiszer D, Steinert Y, Birlean C and Asseraf-Pasin L. Using interprofessional on-line cases to enrich the teaching and learning of clinical competencies. 12th International Ottawa Conference on Clinical Competence, June 2006.
Purden M, Fleiszer D, Ezer H, Wiseman J, Steinert Y, Shore B, Asseraf-Pasin L, Thomas A, Carnaghan-Sherrard K, Snell L and Posel N. (2004). The McGill educational initiative in interprofessional collaboration: Partnerships for patient & family centered practice: The who, why, what & how.
Asseraf-Pasin L and Storr C. (2005). Mentoring: Student self-directed versus instructor-driven peer coaching in physical and occupational therapy education. Proceedings of the 8th Toulon-Verona Conference, Sept 2005.