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Throughout your program, you will engage in a series of online modules and interprofessional workshops that will prepare you to use information and communication technology (ICT) in a way that supports safe, effective, person-centred care.

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This module is the first learning experience in the integrated ethics curriculum. During the module you will consider non-complex ethical situations in everyday life, explore your personal and professional values, and be exposed to the role of professional codes of ethics and ethical decision-making frameworks. You will learn about the principles of health care ethics and the importance of ethical practice. The module acts as preparation for an interprofessional workshop, during which students will come together to delve more deeply into issues related to ethical practice.  Participants will be emailed an enrollment key that will enable them to access the module.

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Ethical Decision-Making is the second part in the integrated ethics curriculum. This activity consists of a 100% online, case-based, self-directed module and reflection assignment. It will require approximately 2 hours of learning time. Once you have completed the module, record your completion and submit your assignment on the IPE Passport - http://passport.health.ubc.ca/. Participants will be emailed an enrollment key that will enable them to access the module. 

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This is the third in a series of learning experiences related to ethical practice that will be integrated throughout the health and human service programs at UBC. Come together with learners from other professions for an interactive, case-based session during which you will work with an interprofessional group to discuss a complex ethical case. There is a short online module (30 minutes) that will prepare you for your interprofessional group work, during which you will act as a member of an interprofessional ethics committee and discuss a complex ethical case that centers around quality of life and end of life options for care. Receive a $20 UBC Bookstore Gift Card for participating in this pilot activity and for completing the online evaluation that will help refine it in preparation for integration as a required components of programs.

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This online, self-directed module is designed to support learning around ethical practice while on placement. It serves as a reflective practice guide to consolidate learning within the integrated ethics curriculum. The focus of the module is to encourage students to think about how to manage the moral distress that can result from ethical tensions like those discussed in previous parts of the integrated ethics curriculum. 

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UBC 23-24 Indigenous Cultural Safety Interdisciplinary Learning Experience, developed by the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health in partnership with UBC Health, consists of an introduction module, 4 two-hour online modules and one in-person ICS Cultural Humility and Allyship workshop.  The learning experience covers topics of Aboriginal history in Canada, colonization and the impacts on the health and wellbeing of Indigenous populations, Aboriginal health governance, racism and discrimination in healthcare, Indigenous perspectives on health, and the strength and resiliency of the Indigenous peoples of Canada.

This learning experience is offered to students of UBC Medicine and UBC Health Sciences as part of the integrated curricula offered through UBC Health.  It is taken on a pass/fail basis.  Students will receive a certificate of completion once they have passed all of the UBC 23-24 ICS modules.

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UBC Health would like to thank you. Without the participation and dedication of facilitators like you, we would not be able to deliver the integrated curricula. The following facilitator guides, online training modules and webinar recording are designed to ensure you feel confident and prepared to take on your role as an integrated curriculum facilitator.



This module is designed to provide learners from a variety of health and human service programs with a common foundation about patient safety. It is an open-access, self-directed, stand-alone module that also acts as a preparatory module for learners participating in the Interprofessional Patient Safety Modules. The module provides an overview of the patient safety field. Focus is placed on key topic areas in patient safety such as interprofessional communication, infection prevention, checklists and the Plan Do Study Act (PDSA) cycle.

For more information about any of these modules and how they can be implemented with your learners, please contact Victoria Wood at viwood@mail.ubc.ca.
To gain access to any of these valuable interprofessional education resources, please contact chd.it@mail.ubc.ca.

This module provides health and human service students from different disciplines with an opportunity to learn with, from and about each other while developing an understanding of issues related to patient safety. The online components of the module are offered to students at UBC several times a term in conjunction with two face-to-face sessions. Learners participate in an online, interactive clinical simulation and discuss the rationale behind their decisions with an interprofessional group using an online discussion forum. To register for this module visit www.passport.chd.ubc.ca.

For more information about any of these modules and how they can be implemented with your learners, please contact Victoria Wood at viwood@mail.ubc.ca.
To gain access to any of these valuable interprofessional education resources, please contact chd.it@mail.ubc.ca.

This learning series consists of 7 modules developed by the Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation (CWGHR). The modules make up a 6-10-hour, self-directed or mixed self-directed/face-to-face course. The materials include facilitated cases that help learners bridge the world of HIV, disability and rehabilitation. This is a new cutting edge interprofessional learning tool for pre-practice and experienced rehabilitation professionals that will deepen their understanding of the benefits of rehabilitation for those living with HIV and other episodic disabilities.

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For more information about any of these modules and how they can be implemented with your learners, please contact Carrie De Palma at depalmac@mail.ubc.ca.
To gain access to any of these valuable interprofessional education resources, please contact chd.it@mail.ubc.ca.

The Care for Elders modules have been written for and by interdisciplinary teams. The modules help learners explore their own role and attitudes in caring for elders; the roles of other disciplines; and how to work as part of a team caring for elders. The modules are open access and can be delivered in a variety of learning environments with a broad range of students. There are 18 modules, which include pre-reading materials and case studies for learners, as well as materials to support facilitators.

For more information about any of these modules and how they can be implemented with your learners, please contact Victoria Wood at viwood@mail.ubc.ca.
To gain access to any of these valuable interprofessional education resources, please contact chd.it@mail.ubc.ca.

This site hosts a number of resources for health care professionals from all disciplines related to maternity and newborn health.  Resources include a module on postpartum hemorrhage; materials to support that delivery of a working on interprofessional intrapartum care; and an online infant and breast feeding workshop.
 
For more information about any of these modules and how they can be implemented with your learners, please contact Victoria Wood at viwood@mail.ubc.ca.
 
To gain access to any of these valuable interprofessional education resources, please contact chd.it@mail.ubc.ca.