Interprofessional Education for Health Care Professionals


iPed or “Interprofessional Education Development” is a one-day program offered at North York General Hospital. It is designed for health professionals who are interested in expanding their knowledge and skills to be effective teachers in an interprofessional clinical education setting.

Is iPed for me?

Are you a teacher, preceptor, supervisor of students, residents or other learners? Do you work in a collaborative interprofessional team? Then iPed is for you!

iPed topics include:
  • Interprofessional education foundational principles
  • Reflective practice in teaching
  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Role awareness and stereotypes
  • Facilitation in interprofessional education
  • Conflict Resolution and feedback
The next iPed workshop is scheduled for Friday. March 31, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact iped@nygh.on.ca for more information or registration.

Conflict in Health Care Teams

Conflict in Health Care Teams is a half-day workshop offered at North York General Hospital. It is designed for health professionals who are interested in enhance their knowledge and skills for effective management of conflict which may arise within their practice setting.

Workshop objectives include:
  • Describe competencies and challenges for effective collaboration
  • Understand the conflict process
  • Describe styles of conflict management
  • Identify your preferred style
  • Apply the concepts in conflict resolution

The next workshop is scheduled for Thursday, February 9, 2017 from 1 to 4 p.m. Contact iped@nygh.on.ca for more information or registration.


Educating Health Professionals in Interprofessional Care: Advancing the Future of Healthcare through Interprofessional Learning.

This certificate course for health professionals, educatorsand leaders is designed to equip leaders with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to teach learners and fellow colleagues the art and science of working collaboratively for patient-centred care.

Next course: June 19–23, 2017.  For more information visit U of T's Centre for IPE.