Upcoming Activities

Chinese University of Hong Kong & University of Toronto IPE course - 2022

May 30

Please read all details of this program before registering. 

Chinese University of Hong Kong and University of Toronto Class on IPE (2 Exposure Level Recognition)

Join the medical, nursing, Chinese Medicine, social work, and pharmacy students at the Chinese University in Hong Kong to study interprofessional practice together within the context of the healthcare system of the two countries. The focus will be on providing students with an opportunity to work with the elderly living in the community. Content will focus on learning about the health systems in both countries, assessing and managing challenges of elderly individuals who are living in the community (real people preparing for discharge from a local rehabilitation centre). Faculty from both countries will be facilitating.

The schedule is as follows (Students must attend all 5 sessions in order to receive recognition for the program):

  • Monday, May 30  9:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m.  Meet your small group (CUHK and U of T students)
  • Monday, June 6, 13, 20, 27   Class from 8:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. (U of T students are invited to stay from 10-11:30 p.m.; CUHK students will continue for that 1.5 hours)

Expectations: Meet with CUHK students, participate in the first half of class and small group activities, contribute to final group presentation, and write a brief reflection.


My Disease Will Never Define Me - My disease will never define me – Exploring the impact of empathy

June 1

This 2 hour interactive session will allow students to explore the impact of empathy on the patient experience. Hear a real story from a patient partner.


Unity Health: Collaborative Learning Activity - Perspectives

June 2

This interactive activity provides interprofessional learners with an opportunity to explore the impact of perspectives on decision-making and care.  Learners will reflect on their own decision-making styles and will consider the value of different perspectives.  A case study will weave through both large and small group discussions and participants will make decisions regarding the discharge plan.