Mini-courses offer students an opportunity for interprofessional learning outside of their program curriculum. Course are offered in online, in-person or blended formats, with students working together in interprofessional teams on projects or cases. The short courses – normally 6-9 hours – cover a variety of topics that are inherently interprofessional. Courses are open to all students in health-related programs, and are graded largely on a participation basis. Mini-courses may be used by students to fulfill the IPE curriculum requirements, as outlined by their Faculty.
Register for a mini-course
Withdraw from a mini-course
To withdraw from a mini-course, contact email@example.com, at least two weeks prior to the beginning of the course.
Mini-courses are in high-demand, and registration is limited. If you cannot attend a course, please notify us as soon as possible to allow a student from the waitlist can take your place. The names of students who do not attend mini-courses that they have registered for will be recorded, and they may be required to respond to an IPE professionalism committee.
IPE Mini-Courses 2019 - 2020
|Wheelchair skills for life: From basic mobility and caregiver support to high-level sport||Face-to-face||Jan 14, 21, & 28, 2020||4:00-6:30pm|
|Centering Black Canadian Health||Face-to-face
||Jan 21, 23, 28, 39, Feb 4, 6 and 11||4:00-5:30pm|
|Choosing Wisely in the Health Professions: Investigating Health Care Overuse and the Choosing Wisely Canada Campaign
||Face-to-face and online
||Jan 23 & Feb 13, Online: Jan 26-Feb 8||4:30-6:30pm|
|Practicing interprofessional and person-centred care with individuals with Developmental Disabilities||Face-to-face||February 27, March 3, and, March 5 (tentative)||4:00-6:00PM|
|You are not alone: Pediatric palliative care||Online||Jan 20-Feb 15, 2020||n/a|
|Preparing for International Global Health Electives
|Exploring LGBTQ+ Community in Healthcare
|Interprofessional Client-centred Approaches to Reduce Weight Bias and Stigma