Interprofessional Collaborative Care Program

Certificate
Mixed Delivery
On Campus

Our Interprofessional Collaborative Care Program teaches you about the interprofessional model of care while focusing on interprofessional collaboration. Explore multiple perspectives on a range of issues related to practice within various professions. Examine the strengths and limitations of your role; the unique contributions made by other health care professionals; and, most importantly, the values, ethics, communication and conflict that exist when an interprofessional team is providing care. This nursing program emphasizes holistic care, cultural diversity/sensitivity, critical thinking and reflective practice. Courses take a patient-focused, family-centred and interprofessional approach. Current research, adult learning principles, social justice, best practices and lived experience provide the foundation for learning.

Prerequisites

You must be a registered health care professional.

Completion Details

Once you have completed all the requirements of this program, you can request to receive a certificate using the department contact information on this web page.

Contact:
Gayle Bradley, Co-ordinator (Post-RN and Academic Pathway)
Email:
gbradley@georgebrown.ca
Phone:
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