Office of Interprofessional Education (OIPE) Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
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IPEA 503 Managing Interprofessional Conflict
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This required course examines conflict management within interprofessional health care teams. Students from Medicine, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy and Genetics Counseling will participate in this case-based course. Un d er t h e s u p erv i s i on and in c o ll a b o r a ti o n w i th t h e c o u rse director and over a 4-week period, (March 12-April 14), the TA will:
complete assessments according to course schedule,
synthesize results and provide summaries to the group instructors,
monitor and track student progress and participation through the myCourses platform,
answer emails from students.
The TA will work remotely and will be provided access to the myCourses platform if not already available to them. There are no scheduled classes that the TA must attend however, the TA is expected to participate in an orientation to the course.
Health Professions and Health Sciences e.g., Nursing, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Social Work, Education Psychology
C u rre n t Masters or Do c tor a l s tu d e nt in a profession indicated above
Te a c h ing e x p e rie n ce an a s se t
Familiarity with on-line learning
M u st be el i gi b le to w o rk i n Ca n a d a
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