Interprofessional Education and Collaboration (IPEC) Resources

​IPE/C Partners and Links



  • Teamworks: The TeamWorks! game with its accompanying downloadable Educational Resources is an open educational resource (OER) developed by a team of interprofessional educators to promote employment integration of internationally educated health professionals by building their work readiness skills. It provides learners of any profession with opportunities to develop and apply collaborative competencies identified as best practices by the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative.
  • Interprofessional Lens: This “Interprofessional Lens” was created by the UHN IPEC Team as a practical guide or ‘how to for fostering interprofessionalism in any area (e.g. care, education, initiatives, meetings, quality improvement, curricula, workshops, programs, research, leadership, space planning, decision making, reflection, etc.). In other words, “how do we make this area (e.g. workshop, meeting, project, etc.) more interprofessional?”
  • Advancing Collaborative Teams (ACT) toolkit 
  • The Facilitating Interprofessional Clinical Learning: Interprofessional Education Placements and other Opportunities toolkit was created in partnership with the University of Toronto. It was designed to guide the preparation and planning of structured interprofessional education clinical placements and other interprofessional learning opportunities for students.
  • The Interprofessional Education (IPE) for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs): A Resource to Support Group Clinical Placement Program Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation toolkit was created in collaboration with George Brown Collage. This resource assists in developing an IPE Program for groups of internationally education professionals enrolled in a clinical placement to promote learning around the competencies involved in interprofessional collaboration and care.
  • The IPCEC toolkit, Enhancing Capacity for Interprofessional Collaboration: A Resource to Support Program Planning, was created for anyone interested in integrating interprofessional education for staff with team-based quality improvement initiatives.
  • A wide range of IPE and IPC related resources can also be found at the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative website.

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