After completing IDIS 280, students will be able to:
- Define collaborative practice and explain the importance of collaborative client-centred practices from the perspectives of safe, quality, and effective care.
- Describe and define the six Canadian competencies associated with effective interprofessional collaborative practice in order to recognize and apply them in team-based interactions.
- Describe the basic components of effective teams and stages of team development to contribute to effective team development.
- 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.
- 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.