Committees & Working Groups
Interprofessional Education Committees & Working Groups
The Interprofessional Education Curriculum at the University of Toronto partners with many individuals to develop and deliver quality learning experiences to students.
The InterFaculty Curriculum Committee
The InterFaculty Curriculum Committee (IFCC) has been delegated, on behalf of the Council of Health Sciences (CHS) and respective faculties and departments, with the responsibility of overseeing and endorsing the development, implementation, and evaluation of the IPE Curriculum for the U of T. The IFCC is a unique body that encourages collaborative leadership across all professions and provides a forum for dialogue, consultation, and decision-making regarding interprofessional curricular issues.
Students can contact their IPE Program Lead for enquiries regarding learning activity requirements, program questions and further information on IPE.
2021 – 2022 InterFaculty Curriculum Committee
|IFCC Chair and CIPE Associate Director, Curriculum & Faculty Relations||Sylvia Langloisemail@example.com|
|IPEL Leads||Elizabeth McLaney||Elizabeth.McLaney@sunnybrook.ca|
|IPEL Leads||Robyn Davies||Robyn.Davies@unityhealth.to|
|IPHSA Student Representative||Ellie Pezzuttofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|IPHSA Student Representative||Victoria Ezekwembaemail@example.com|
|Master of Professional Kinesiology||Daniel Santa Minafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Medical Radiation Sciences||Kieng Tanemail@example.com|
|Patient Partner||Jennifer Boylefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Physical Therapy||Sharon Gabisonemail@example.com|
|Physician Assistant||Sharona Kanofsky||Sharona.Kanofsky@utoronto.ca|
|Manager, Curriculum||Sabrina Bartlett||Sabrina.Bartlett@uhn.ca|
|Social Work||Rachelle Ashcroftfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Social Work||Keith Adamsonemail@example.com|
|Speech-Language Pathology||Susan Wagner|
Academic Coordinators of Clinical Education (ACCE)
The Academic Coordinators of Clinical Education are a group of faculty members from the University of Toronto responsible for the clinical education of students from their health science programs. Their focus is the development, coordination and oversight of clinical or fieldwork placements or rotations for their students. The ACCE meets semi–annually with IPE/IPC Clinical Leads in practice settings to enable and enhance the critically important IPE curriculum component.