OT 6000: Foundstions of Interprofessional Communication and Collaboration

1 Credit

Foundations of Interprofessional Communication & Collaboration (FIPCC) is the first interprofessional course in Phase I of the 1 Health curriculum. More than 1,000 health and health care students from allied health, dentistry, dietetics, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, psychology, public health, social work, speech-language-hearing sciences, and veterinary medicine will be enrolled in this course. The course will be delivered to interprofessional groups of approximately 30-45 students in each room. This is a hybrid course with a blended format that involves trained facilitators leading face-to-face discussions which is supported by online resources and pre-work that addresses the following topics: • Roles and responsibilities • Health systems and interactions • Teams and teamwork • Wellbeing and resiliency • Ethics and professionalism • Leadership prereq: Enrolled OT student

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