Interprofessional Education (IPE) Course at The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1-unit elective course (Summer term)
June 1, 8, 15, 22 of 2021 / 08:30am-11:30am
This course focuses on discussing the elderly’s health and drug-related problems as an interprofessional healthcare team. The goal is to equip our students to be ready for a rapidly changing health service environment, and facilitate their understanding of interprofessional collaboration locally and internationally.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
Total class size: 45 students. There will be a quota for each discipline: 15 students
The course will be commenced concurrently with Department of Social Work’s summer course SOWK2050.
Enrolled students will have face to face lectures at CUHK campus. (May change subject to university's policy)
HIGHLIGHTED LEARNING ACTIVITIES:
AND ASSESSMENT training
Interprofessional collaboration activities
5 KEY DELIVERABLES
are expected to improve upon completion of the course:
Students’ awareness of their own role in an interprofessional team
Students’ understanding of interprofessional collaboration in local and overseas setting
Students' abilities to observe elders' needs
Students’ understanding of global citizenship, social accountability
COURSE ASSESSMENT METHODs:
GROUP PROJECTS (40%)
ON IPE LEARNING (10%)
There will be pre and post questionnaires to evaluate outcomes of all learning activities.
NEW COURSE FEATURES
in SUMMER 2021
Enhance social work components
University of Toronto IPE teachers
Past Student's Testimonials
LEUNG Shih Ya,
Public Health Student
With a clear role of each student in our group, it makes our progress very efficient and productive despite the current restriction of face-to-face meetings.
TANG Chun Hei,
This course made me reflect on what exactly is best for patients and showed me the need for innovation to solve the problems that patients face all the time that medical professionals may not be aware of.
LEE Ho Fai,
During the lecture and group project, I think interprofessional collaboration is just like an enormous pie with different distinctive flavors in it and when you taste it, you can tell each of the flavors specifically.
CHU Lap Ting,
In my perspective, the case studies and the group project were the most meaningful activities in this course. Through working with students from other disciplines, I am now able to understand my own professional limitations well.