Interprofessional Approaches in Healthcare

IDIS 280/3.0

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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.