HSERC is both an academic and a physical space where interprofessional education curriculum is researched, developed, evaluated and delivered.
We partner with health sciences programs to equip students with health team collaborative practice skills through interprofessional education.
Our sim lab offers innovative tools and flexible spaces to create and deliver challenging simulation activities.
A Standardized Patient is a healthy layperson who has been trained to portray a patient in a specific medical situation; SPs provide consistent, standardized learning experiences and are integral to objective pre-licensure assessments.
These short documents introduce the health professions. They give an overview of each discipline’s role, scope of practice, education, and licensure in Alberta. These guides were developed in collaboration with the University of Alberta health science faculties, the Office of Interprofessional Education at the University of Western Ontario (http://www.uwo.ca), and many of the professional associations identified in the documents.
Author: Health Sciences Education and Research Commons (HSERC)
Interprofessional Competencies: Role Clarification
Medical Laboratory Technologists
Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
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