Upcoming Activities

Unity Health: Collaborative Learning Activity - Perspectives

October 4

 Collaborative Learning Student Series (Electives)

Many of the activities have limited registration and learners are encouraged to sign up early to secure a spot. 

Learning Objectives:

1. Learn about your style and the style of others when solving problems.
2. Learn the value in differing perspectives when making decisions.
3. Learn value of collaboration in solving complex problems.

Please note:  If you are a medical student at Unity Health, please email robyn.davies@unityhealth.to to register.


Trillium Health Partners: My First Patient Death - October 2023

October 4

Your first patient death can be a lonely and frightening experience.  Come out and learn about current approaches to end of life care and strategies to build coping and resiliency within yourself and as part of the Interprofessional team.  This interprofessional learning experience will be guided by experienced end-of-life health care providers. 

Learning Objectives:

       At the end of this session the learner should be able to:

  • Identify areas that they wish to improve upon regarding their coping with death and dying
  • Students will be able to identify specific learning needs to promote their ability to cope with death and dying
  • Learn some personal strategies for self-care, resiliency and compassion
  • Describe a patient and family-centred approach to death and dying

 

Advance registration available for MAM MD and UTM OS&OT students 4 weeks in advance. Please email sasha.bagnall@uhn.ca with your name, program, and year of study.


Unity Health: Collaborative Learning Activity - Wound Care-Pressure injury Prevention & Management

October 5

Collaborative Learning Student Series (Electives)

Many of the activities have limited registration and learners are encouraged to sign up early to secure a spot. 

Pressure injury Prevention & Management

During this interactive collaborative learning session, participants will learn about pressure injuries and the role of the team.   Participants will have the opportunity to work through a facilitated case discussion.

  1. Learners will gain knowledge regarding a holistic approach to pressure injury prevention and management within an acute care setting
  2. Learners will be able to verbalize their roles and responsibilities as they relate to pressure injury prevention and management.
  3. Learners will explore navigating an interprofessional conflict by using a problem based learning approach.
  4. Learners will acknowledge how to engage participation of patient/family/community to promote pressure injury prevention and management.

Please note: If you are a medical student at Unity Health, please email robyn.davies@unityhealth.to to register.