Lynne Sinclair, PT, MA (AdEd), BScPT
Senior Consultant, Partnerships and Innovation, Assistant Professor
Centre for Advancing Collaborative Healthcare & Education, Department of Physical Therapy, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Lynne Sinclair holds an Assistant Professor appointment with the Department of Physical Therapy, Temerty Faculty of Medicine at UT. Lynne was one of the founding leaders that helped create the Centre for IPE in 2009 and one of the original faculty developers of the ehpic™(Educating Health Professionals in Interprofessional Care) program in 2005. As the former Director of Education at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Lynne championed integrated care across twelve health disciplines. She has wide expertise and publications in quality improvement, patient safety, intersectoral communication, and team-based practice.e (CIHC).
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
The Journey and Roadmap of a Competency-based Virtual Interprofessional Teaching and Learning Program
Description of Session:The evolution of virtual teaching during the pandemic has revolutionized health professional education, creating a decade of change within the span of a week. (Langlois, 2020, Lackie et al., 2020). At the Centre for Advancing Collaborative Healthcare and Education (formerly named the Centre for Interprofessional Education), curriculum and pedagogy pivoted to virtual delivery to serve the needs of stakeholders/organizations. This seminar will walk participants through the roadmap and journey of a virtual interprofessional teaching and learning program (VITAL). This…