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RU Interprofessional would like to thank the following individuals who have been instrumental in the creation the 2016/2017 IPE Matters! workshops:

Thank you for preparing and facilitating IPE workshops this year. Thank you for sharing your expertise, your time and your enthusiasm. Collaboration across professional boundaries is a professional reality, and your work has brought participating students in the Faculty of Community Services one step closer to navigating this complex interprofessional world.

  • Megan Sansom, Community Health Mentor
  • Sanne Kaas-Mason, RU Interprofessional
  • Raktim Mitra, PhD, Assistance Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning
  • Writers, trainers and simulators from the Ryerson Interpersonal Skills Teaching Centre (https://www.ryerson.ca/istc/)
  • Vera Gueorguieva, RN, MN, Interprofessional Education Specialist, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Maritza Sanchez. Executive Director, Jessie's - The June Callwood Centre for Young Women
  • Lindsay Beavers, PT, MPT, BSc.Kin. Collaborative Learning Specialist, St. Michael’s Hospital
  • Sonya Booker, RD, MHA, Collaborative Practice Leader, Department of Interprofessional Practice, St. Joseph's Health Centre
  • Richard Meldrum, Associate Director, School of Occupational and Public Health, Ryerson University
  • Eric Liberda, Assistant Professor, School of Occupational and Public Health, Ryerson University
  • Jordan Tustin, Assistant Professor, School of Occupational and Public Health, Ryerson University
  • Executive members from the Ryerson Interprofessional Student Association (RISA): Katrina Arellano, Lauren Lovold, Jeric Barlongo, Christine Daley, Daphne Mazarura, Jennifer Chang
  • Faculty of Community Services Students: Rachel Dies (Nutrition & Food Student Year 4), Maria Brisbane (Child Youth Care Student Year 3) and FCS graduate Arwin Ranjkesh (Social Worker, MSW)
  • Southlake Regional Health Centre Staff:  Zaev Wulffhart (Physician Leader, Regional Cardiac Care Program and Director of Medical Education), and Lorna Bain (Occupational Therapist and Coordinator of Interprofessional Collaboration and Education)
  • Dr. Eliza Chandler, Assistant Professor School of Disability Studies
  • Dr. Esther Ignagni, Associate Professor School of Disability Studies
  • Kimberlee Collins, Research Associate School of Disability Studies
  • Karen Sappleton, MSED, MSW, RSW - Senior Manager, Child and Family Centred Care and Health Equity (Child and Family Relations, Family Centre, Interpreter Services), The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Michele Durrant, BScN, MSc - Advanced Nursing Practice Educator, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Karen Breen-Reid, RN, BScN, MN - Manager, Interprofessional Education, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Amir Karmali, Client and Family Centred Care Specialist, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Darlene Hubley, IPE Leader, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

 

RU Interprofessional would like to thank the 2015/2016 contributors for their part of highlighting the profile of interprofessional education in the Faculty of Community Services.  Also, much appreciation goes out to the FCS students, staff and faculty who came out to explore interprofessional collaboration and how to work across professional boundaries for improved care and community service.

The 2015/2016 team of contributors and / or facilitators were:

  • Current or former students from the Faculty of Community Services: Zuzana Betkova (Midwifery Education), Kimberley Babyn (Nursing), Andrew McLean (Disability Studies), Kaitlin Chard (Nutrition & Food), Samuel Fung (Early Childhood Studies), Bianca Humbert (Child & Youth Care), Lia Richardson (Regional & Urban Planning), Mahnoor Shahid (Occupational & Public Health).
  • Simulators from the Interpersonal Skills Teaching Centre together with the following faculty members from the School of Social Work: Akua Benjamin, BA, MSW, PhD, and Winnie Ng, MA, PhD
  • Devan Nambiar, Dipl. Addictions Ed., MSc., Education & Training Coordinator, Rainbow Health Ontario
  • Sharon Lorber, RSW, MSW, Young Families Program, Adolescent Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children
  • Katherine Hick, MD, FRCP, Young Families Program, Adolescent Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children
  • Nicole Murphy, RN, BScN, Young Families Program, Adolescent Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children
  • Gillian Thompson, MN, NP. Young Families Program, Adolescent Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children
  • Janice Waddell – Associate Dean, Faculty of Community Services, Career Coach
  • Mary McAllister – Associate Chief of Nursing Practice, The Hospital for Sick Children, Career Coach
  • Linda Cooper – Professor Emeritus, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Career Coach
  • Sharon Paton – Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Faculty of Community Services, Career Coach
  • Michelle Connell – Centennial College, School of Community and Health Studies, Career Coach
  • Sheilagh Callahan – Sally Horsfall Eaton School of Nursing, George Brown College, Career Coach
  • Angelique Montano-Bresolin, BSc PT, BHA Kin, Reg PT, Proactive Pelvic Health Centre
  • Adrienne Bairstow, MSW, Med, RSW, RMFT, Proactive Pelvic Health Centre
  • Pamela Greco, Respiratory Therapist, RRT, BA, BEd, FCSRT, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto
  • Ting-Ting (Cecilia) Wan, Occupational Therapist, MSc(OT), OT Reg. (Ont.), St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto
  • Peter Thompson, Manager Spiritual Care, MDiv, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto
  • Spring Crabbe, Manager Collaborative Practice and Education, BHSc, MRT(R), St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto
  • From the Ryerson Interprofessional Student Association (RISA) Executive Committee: Katrina Arellano (nursing). Lauren Lovold (nursing), Daphne Mazarura (Regional and Urban Planning), Jeric Barlongo (nursing) and Vanessa Mesaglio (nursing)
  • Karen Sappleton, MSED, MSW, RSW - Senior Manager, Child and Family Centred Care and Health Equity (Child and Family Relations, Family Centre, Interpreter Services)
  • Michele Durrant, BScN, MSc - Advanced Nursing Practice Educator
  • Karen Breen-Reid, RN, BScN, MN - Manager, Interprofessional Education
  • From Jessie’s - The June Callwood Centre for Young Women: Maritza Sanchez and Linda Cardoso

 

RU Interprofessional would like to thank the 2014/2015 contributors for their part of highlighting the profile of interprofessional education in the Faculty of Community Services.  Also, much appreciation goes out to the FCS students, staff and faculty who came out to explore interprofessional collaboration and how to work across professional boundaries for improved care and community service.

The 2014/2015 Interprofessional Education Matters! workshop contributors were:

  • Michele Durrant, RN, MSc, Advanced Nursing Practice Educator, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Leslie Randl, Palliative Care Coordinator, Palliative Program, Toronto Central CCAC
  • Enrique Saenz, Client Services Manager, Palliative Program, Toronto Central CCAC
  • Michele Bristow, PhD, EIT, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Ryerson University
  • Charlotte Lee, RN, CON(C), PhD, Assistant Professor, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson University
  • Richard Meldrum, Associate Director, School of Occupational and Public Health, Ryerson University
  • Eric Liberda, Assistant Professor, School of Occupational and Public Health, Ryerson University
  • Jordan Tustin, Assistant Professor, School of Occupational and Public Health, Ryerson University
  • RPP Self Advocate Parenting Working Group (Rainbow, Romeo, Joanne, Christine and Kareem)
  • Melanie Moore, Lynda Roy, Tania Jivraj and Esther Ignagni
  • RISA team members; an interprofessional student group, working across the Ryerson campus to create opportunities for students to learn with, from and about each other (Lhamo Dolkar, Sali Tan, Jessica Zizek, Lauren Lovold, Susana Velazquez Baigent, Kim Babyn)
  • Cecilia Wan, Occupational Therapist, St. Michael's Hospital
  • Pamela Greco, Respiratory Therapist, St. Michael's Hospital
  • Peter Thompson, Certified Chaplain, CPE Teaching Supervisor, St. Michael's Hospital and
  • Spring Crabbe, Medical Radiation Technologist Radiography, St. Michael's Hospital
  • Lisa Robinson, RN, BScN, MN - Advanced Nursing Practice Educator, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Karen Sappleton, MSED, MSW, RSW - Manager, Child & Family Centred Care, Health Equity, & Interpreter Services, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
  • Karen Breen-Reid, RN, BScN, MN - Manager of Interprofessional Education, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

 

RU Interprofessional would like to thank the 2013/2014 contributors for their part of highlighting the profile of interprofessional education in the Faculty of Community Services.  Also, much appreciation goes out to the FCS students, staff and faculty who came out to explore interprofessional collaboration and how to work across professional boundaries for improved care and community service.

The 2013/2014 Interprofessional Education Matters! workshop contributors were:

  • Michele Durrant, RN, MSc, Advanced Nursing Practice Educator, Hospital for Sick Children
  • Bonnie Fleming Carroll RN (EC), MN, Associate Chief of Nursing and Interprofessional Education, Hospital for Sick Children
  • Corinne Hart, PhD, Associate Professor, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson University
  • Sanne Kaas-Mason, MA, Project Manager, RU Interprofessional
  • Pamela Greco, Respiratory Therapist, St. Michael’s Hospital
  • Peter Thompson, Certified Chaplain, CPE Teaching Supervisor, St. Michael’s Hospital
  • Spring Crabbe, Medical Radiation Technologist Radiography, St. Michael’s Hospital
  • Cecilia Wan, Occupational Therapist, St. Michael’s Hospital
  • Sitara De Gagne, community member
  • Jen Rouse, M.A., Clinical Psychology (PhD Candidate), Ryerson University
  • Dr. Raktim Mitra, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Ryerson University
  • Catherine Moher, Manager, Gerrard Resource Centre
  • Poonam Sharma, RN, BN, Public Health Nurse
  • Niall Tamayo – Community mental health nurse, Rexdale Community Health Centre
  • RISE members: Evan Tang (Collaborative nursing degree student), Amanda Tiraborelli (MN, nursing student), Joey Reeder (MPI, Urban Development student) and Lhamo Dolkar (Collaborative nursing degree student)
  • Karen Breen-Reid, RN, BScN, MN - Manager of Interprofessional Education, Hospital for Sick Children
  • Lisa Robinson, RN, BScN, MN - Advanced Nursing Practice Educator, Hospital for Sick Children
  • Karen Sappleton, MSED, MSW, RSW - Manager, Child & Family Centred Care, Health Equity, & Interpreter Services, Hospital for Sick Children

 

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