Interprofessional Learning Videos

Enhance Your IPE!

The use of technology is one of the many strategies being used to overcome some of the logistical barriers to interprofessional education (IPE). Simulation, online learning modules and other online content delivery methods stretch the boundaries of place, time, type and styles of learning. Incorporating multimedia, such as videos, into both online and classroom-based interprofessional learning can capture attention, engage learners, explain difficult concepts, and inspire creativity. Videos provide meaningful, relevant and engaging interprofessional learning experiences for students and health professionals and can be delivered with a flexibility that will enhance existing and future learning activities.

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INTERPROFESSIONAL LEARNING VIDEOS

The College of Health Disciplines, with funding from the UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund, has created a number of videos to support IPE in both classroom and online learning environments:

 

Introduction to Interprofessional Collaboration

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Introduction to Interprofessional Collaboration Video

 

Competency-Based Videos

 

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Interprofessional Communication

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Patient/Client/Family/Community-Centered Care

role clarification

Role
Clarification

 

Patient Perspective Videos

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Maggie

maggie debrief

Maggie – Debrief Video

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Donna and Spencer

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Dave Calvert

 

Team Meeting – Role Negotiation and Team Functioning

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Team Meeting – Role Negotiation and Team Functioning

 

I Am The Future of Health Care – An Inspirational Message

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I am the future of health care – an inspirational message