The IPE Centre webinars continue in 2021 with a sequential set of 3 webinars, focusing on interprofessional facilitation at different levels of IPE complexity: Exposure, Engagement, Immersion. Each session will begin with a presentation by one of our IPE leaders, with video clips of actual IPE teaching and learning activities at Otago, as the basis for panel discussions and Q&A.
The 3 webinars are:
You need to pre-register on Zoom:
Webinar link: Will be sent to you on pre-registration. Keep your webinar link in a safe place so you can use it on the day – eg pin the email to your electronic calendar, or print and pin it to your desk diary.
Date: Friday 19 November, 2021
The forum is a well-attended event and an excellent opportunity to network within the IPE community. Held at the University of Auckland's Grafton Campus.
A free, biennial forum, held at the Auckland University of Technology City Campus, which showcased research and practice in interprofessional education from around the country.
Otago University's sixth webinar in the IPE Centre Webinar Series. Of special relevance for those interested in interprofessional collaborative practice in community settings.
Title: Interprofessional Health Workforce Education and Planning: Why we all need to work together
Join the next Global Café presentation, Interprofessional Health Workforce Education and Planning: Why we all need to work together, with Ivy Bourgeault, Erin Fraher, and Barbara Brandt. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer discussion.
Casting the Network is a new podcast series from the INHWE. Each episode features a guest who has a story to tell, research to disseminate or just something interesting to say. The INHWE wanted to find a way to share the stories heard at their conferences and within their network to a much wider audience. Casting the Network aims to showcase some of the fantastic work, innovations and research in health workforce education.
Listen to Casting the Network via:
Date: Monday October 19, 2020
Time: 6pm NZ (1900-2000hrs CEST)