CACHE team will be having office hours once a month. This is an opportunity for students to "drop in" and ask any questions you might have about the IPE curriculum. No agenda is required and you can show up anytime between the scheduled hours.
If you have any questions about the IPE curriculum please register and we will share the ZOOM link with you.
Please note that this is NOT an IPE elective.
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.
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 email@example.com with your name, program, and year of study.
This is a pilot interprofessional education (IPE) elective for learners who are in the clinical environment.
This IPE elective will focus on exploring how equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility (EDIA) concepts and systems of oppression (e.g. ableism amongst others) relate to and surface in collaborative practice.
This is a 3-part session with in-between activities.
In between the 3 sessions, learners will be required to actively engage in observation of how EDIA concepts relate to collaborative practice within their current practice setting. In addition, learners will be encouraged to think critically about how systems of oppression manifest in individual and team language/behaviours/relationships and to further explore EDIA resources to deepen understanding.
During the elective, participants will:
- Engage in discussion and reflection of how equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility (EDIA) concepts and systems of oppression (e.g. ableism) relate to and surface in collaborative practice;
- Critically examine and challenge assumptions about what it means to be productive, work as part of a team, and how structural and systemic inequities (e.g. power and hierarchy) play a significant role when interacting with others.
The goal is to provide a space for dialogue and an opportunity to examine what learners are seeing in relation to EDIA in their current practice setting. The sessions will support critical reflection on what learners are observing, challenge assumptions embedded in current structures and practices, and inspire changes in how learners move forward as a learner and collaborator.
Through a weekly, facilitated dialogue, this IPE elective will focus on exploring how equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility (EDIA) concepts and systems of oppression (e.g. ableism amongst others) and inequities (e.g. power and hierarchy) relate to and surface in collaborative practice (i.e. on the team).
- This will be a dynamic and participatory in-person experience. This is not a lecture about EDIA.
- This is a 3-part session with in-between activities.
- Thursdays: February 29, 2024, March 7, 2024 and March 14, 2024 at 12:00pm-1:30pm EDT (in-person).
Learners must be able to attend all three (3) sessions.
To register or for more information, contact your placement site:
Unity Health Toronto - Robyn Davies at Robyn.Davies@unityhealth.to
NYGH - Katherine Vandenbussche at Katherine.Vandenbussche@nygh.on.ca
(Potential sites for this iteration include: Unity, Sunnybrook, Baycrest, Toronto Western and NYGH)
This is an immersion level activity that meets 2 IPE elective requirements.