Introduction to IPC provides an overview of concepts and principles related to interprofessional collaborative practice. The module provides a foundation for further learning in the area of collaborative practice, for both pre-licensure and practicing professionals.
The module addresses this foundational competency for collaborative practice and patient-centred care.
Patient / Client / Family / Community-Centred Care
This module demonstrates how patient-centred care is more effective when delivered by an interprofessional team and how patients and families need to be integrated into the team to set and achieve their goals.
This module will help learners explore who to collaborate with; in what situations; when; in what contexts; where; how; and why.
This module focuses on how different groups need to work together differently based on who they work with; what their patient’s needs are; and where they work.
Interprofessional Conflict Management
This module stresses the unique characteristics of interprofessional conflict and highlights how when managed effectively it can lead to better outcomes.
This module provides tools and strategies to ensure each health care professional is prepared to take on a leadership role when their skills and knowledge are paramount.