Sylvia Langlois, M.Ss. OT reg. (On)
Associate Professor, Associate Director
University of Toronto, Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Centre for Advancing Collaborative Healthcare and Education
Sylvia Langlois is an Associate Professor in Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada. She is also an Associate Director for the Centre for Advancing Collaborative Healthcare and Education. Sylvia’s research has focused on interprofessional education, program evaluation, and learner assessment, as well as the integration of those with lived experience in curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation. Sylvia sits on the Steering Committee of InterprofessionalResearch.Global (IPR.Global), the Global Network for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Research and on the Knowledge Network of IPR.Global.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
How to Mobilize Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Knowledge Globally: Introducing the InterprofessionalResearch.Global Knowledge Network!
In this Lightning Talk, the evolution and vision of InterprofessionalResearch.Global’s (IPR.Global) Knowledge Network will be presented. IPR.Global is an international network of scholars, leaders, service providers, decision-makers, administrators, service-users, and students that promote and advocate for evidence-informed, theory-driven, methodologically rigorous interprofessional education for collaborative practice (IPECP) research, practices, and policies. Originally formed as an IPR.Global knowledge exchange working group in early 2019, the purpose was to ensure that the most relevant…
Interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP) have evolved over the past two decades. Interprofessional education (IPE) curricula for health professional students have expanded beyond the single, attendance-optional learning events typical of IPE in the early 2000s (and earlier). Today, we are more likely seeing institutions with large-scale, multi-semester, attendance-required interprofessional teaching sessions and courses. However, educational programs already have full curricula and are faced with learners acquiring both profession-specific and interprofessional…