Faculty resources

This section discusses the following Faculty resources :

›Nuts 'n' Bolts of IPC (NEW)

›The Circles of Care Game

›IP Connections: Learning through Cases Together

›Becoming a Collaborative Practitioner

 

Nuts 'n' Bolts of IPC

 

This sell-directed learning modules provides a quick overview of interprofessional collaboration and what it is, why it is needed, and how can you as a students, resident, faculty member, or practitioner gain an understanding of how to prepare yourself to re-shape your thinking to adopt this new delivery of care module

This module is available on the western OWL site . To request access please contact: ipher@uwo.ca

 

 

THE CIRCLE OF CARE GAME

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The Circle of CareŠ is an innovative interprofessional education game for assisting students to further gain skills in working within a collaborative interprofessional team. The game is comprised of 11 interprofessional patient cases that range from hospital to community based. Up to 4 teams of 4 players each can play the game.

to learn more about the Circle of Care interactive game, visit : www.ipherio.ca

 

 

 

IP CONNECTIONS: WORKING THROUGH CLIENT CASES

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This is a unique 3-phased self-directed learning opportunity for interprofessional groups of students to learn to work in collaborative teams in designing patient care.
Phase 1: individual completion of Western Team Development Modules (for those who do not have a firm grasp of the foundational concepts of IPE)
Phase 2: Orientation to Team Working
Interprofessional teams of students develop their team working collaborative skills through a series of steps.
Phase 3: Team Working around a Patient Case
The team chooses an online case from http:www.ipe.uwo.ca. and then applies their team working skills to develop a plan of care for the patient.

 

 

BECOMING A COLLABORATIVE TEAM MEMBERS

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This is a set of interprofessional client-centred collaborative learning modules that will assist in developing a team’s competence to practice as a team.  The team members select three out of the nine workshops to meet this learning activity requirement. To determine which workshops would be the most valuable to your teamwork all team members should have a discussion about where which modules would be of most benefit to enhance your team’s working relationships.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inerprofessional Education Initiatives: Working together across disciplines