Interprofessional Collaboration Resources has 4 resource(s).
A National Interprofessional Compentency Framework (Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaboration 2010
This framework describes the competencies required for effective interprofessional collaboration. Six competency domains highlight the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that together shape the judgements that are essential for interprofessional collaborative practice.
Last updated: Feb 2010
John H. V. Gilbert, Ph.D. FCAHS, Project Lead, CIHC
Centre for Interprofessional Education, University of Toronto
The Centre for Interprofessional Education (IPE) provides IPE opportunities to pre-entry to practice students and practice-based health professionals at our affiliated hospitals and community clinical placements and aims to lead the advancement of IPE through education, practice and research initiatives.
Website of links and resources is maintained regularly.
The Centre is a strategic partnership between the University of Toronto and the Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network with the University Health Network as lead hospital.
Office of Interprofessional Health Education and Research, University of Western Ontario
Interprofessional Education is about health professional program students learning how to practice together effectively in collaborative teams, where all members of teams are respected for their knowledge and skills.
This is a website with many resources, examples and modules related to IPE and IPC.