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Interprofessional Education (IPE) at George Brown College
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Interprofessional Education (IPE) at George Brown College

Interprofessional Education (IPE) involves learning about, from and with each other, and sharing our different perspectives while learning together in areas of common interest in the practice of health care.

On this page, we will keep you informed of our IPE plans, as well as the latest news from the Canadian and world-wide IPE movements and useful IPE-related information and links.

If you have been involved, as an organizer or participant, in a successful IPE experience at George Brown, please let us know. We would like to use this space to celebrate our successes. In fact, George Brown has launched a collaborative Practice Health Care Award to allow our community to share and honour best practices.

What we are up to…
Find out more about Interprofessional Education at George Brown College.

We are also proud to be associated with the Canadian Interprofessional Health collaborative www.cihc.ca.

Congratulations to the George Brown students who presented two papers at the National Health Sciences Students Association (NHSSA) annual conference in Toronto, March 12, 2011. These included:

"The intertwining connections between various healthcare positions and the aging population"
-Stephanie Leutri and Jason White, GBC Hearing Instrument Specialist Program

"Community Learning Centre for Healthy Living (The Health Promotion Hub) Interprofessional Peer Assisted Learning – Manual Blood Pressure Clinics"
-Vanessa Filippelli and Howard Ma, GBC Dental Hygiene program
-Laura Zahreddine and Veronica Reyes, collaborative Nursing Program, George Brown College/Ryerson University