Dialogue lays foundations to co-design pilot projects
A group of 13 representatives from UBC and non-profit community organizations met on June 26 to develop project ideas that will see more involvement of patients and community in health professional education.
The project ideas came from a series of research reports of interviews and dialogues with key informants from the community and university. The ideas will be developed into proposals for pilot projects at community-university dialogues planned for the Fall. The work is part of 3-year project funded by the Vancouver Foundation.
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92 students from over 10 disciplines (Audiology, Dietetics, Medicine, Midwifery, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Public Health, Speech Language Pathology and Social Work) took part in the workshops. Read more...
6th Annual Allies in Health Fair Wednesday, October 29th 2014
UBC Life Sciences Centre
The Community and Patient Fair is an annual, one-day interprofessional event that connects community-based organizations, patient support groups and individuals involved in these agencies with students and faculty at UBC. It is part of UBC’s Celebrate Learning Week.