Interprofessional Approaches in Healthcare | Arts and Science ONLINE

Interprofessional Approaches in Healthcare

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IDIS 280/3.0

This course aims to prepare learners with the knowledge and capabilities for working within complex interprofessional environments as common in the healthcare sector. These capabilities are referred to as ‘interprofessional competencies’, as developed by healthcare experts and leaders in Canada, and described in The National Interprofessional Competency Framework. The six competencies are: patient/client/family/community-centred care, interprofessional communication, role clarification, team functioning, interprofessional conflict resolution and collaborative leadership. These competencies can be mapped to CanMEDS roles and comparable health discipline competencies. The course is designed as a series of modules, introducing the basics of collaborative practice in healthcare and the six interprofessional competencies, culminating in the application of knowledge to authentic patient scenarios and effective collaborative teamwork.

Learning Outcomes

After completing IDIS 280, students will be able to:

  1. Define collaborative practice and explain the importance of collaborative client-centred practices from the perspectives of safe, quality, and effective care.
  2. Describe   and   define   the   six   Canadian   competencies   associated   with   effective   interprofessional collaborative  practice  in  order  to  recognize  and  apply  them  in  team-based  interactions.
  3. Describe  the  basic  components  of effective  teams  and  stages  of  team  development  to  contribute  to effective team development.
  4. Explain the  relevance  of  good  communication  skills,  competent  conflict  strategies,  and of creating  and supporting  a  culture  of compassion  in  productive  teamwork  for  successful  client  interactions  and outcomes. Apply these in team-based learning situations.
  5. Identify your personal areas of strength and limitations, based on self-reflection and peer-feedback with a view to developing plans for future professional development.

Terms

Fall 2020
Course Dates: 
Sept. 8 - Dec. 7, 2020
Exam Dates: 
N/A

Evaluation

5% - Pre- and Post-Course Questionnaire
15% - Modules 1-5 and Culminating Professional Reflections
10% - Team Development Activities
10% - Our Team Group Assignment
10% - Identifying and Exploring Stereotypes in Healthcare
30% - Interview with a Healthcare Professional
10% - Collaborative Team Analysis of a Privileged Presence Story
5% - "What About Ben?" Discussion Board
5% - Module 1-5 Quiz

*Evaluation Subject to Change*

Instructor

Dr. Rosemary Brander (branderr@queensu.ca)

Time Commitment

Students can expect to spend approximately 8 hours a week in study/practice and online activity for IDIS 280.

Winter 2021
Course Dates: 
Jan. 11 - April 9, 2021

Evaluation

5% - Pre- and Post-Course Questionnaire
15% - Modules 1-5 and Culminating Professional Reflections
10% - Team Development Activities
10% - Our Team Group Assignment
10% - Identifying and Exploring Stereotypes in Healthcare
30% - Interview with a Healthcare Professional
10% - Collaborative Team Analysis of a Privileged Presence Story
5% - "What About Ben?" Discussion Board
5% - Module 1-5 Quiz

*Evaluation Subject to Change*

Instructor

Dr. Rosemary Brander (branderr@queensu.ca)

Time Commitment

Students can expect to spend approximately 8 hours a week in study/practice and online activity for IDIS 280.

Summer 20: May - July
Course Dates: 
May 11 - July 31, 2020
Exam Dates: 
August 4-12, 2020

Evaluation

15% - Reflection Series and Cumulative Self-Reflection Report
10% - Our Team
30% - Case Studies (x2)
25% - Interview with a Healthcare Professional
10% - Textbook Article Review
10% - Quiz

*Evaluation Subject to Change*

Instructor

Dr. Rosemary Brander

Time Commitment

Students can expect to spend approximately 8 hours a week in study/practice and online activity for IDIS 280.

Course Resources

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Computer Requirements

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System Requirements:

Computer Specifications

  • Windows 8.1 or newer
  • OSX 10.13 (High Sierra) or newer
  • Dual Core 2 GHz processor
  • 4 GB RAM
  • Soundcard
  • USB Headset
  • Webcam

Supported Browsers

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  • Firefox (latest version)
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  • Edge is not recommended as it causes several known issues in onQ

Internet Connection

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  • Wifi is not recommended

Java

  • Latest version

Media Player

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Adobe Reader

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Grading Scheme

The information below is intended for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Academic Regulations in other Faculties may differ.

Letter Grade Grade Point
A+4.30
A4.00
A-3.70
B+3.30
B3.00
B-2.70
C+2.30
C2.00
C-1.70
D+1.30
D1.00
D-0.70
F0.00

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Non-Queen’s Students

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