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IMPLC - Catalyzing and Sustaining Communities of Collaboration Around Interprofessional Care (CCIC) Project

Funded by the Interprofessional, Mentoring, Preceptorship, Leadership, and Coaching (IMPLC) Fund

A University of Toronto and Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network Partnership

The “Catalyzing and Sustaining Communities of Collaboration Around Interprofessional Care (CCIC)” Project, was funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), through the Interprofessional, Mentorship, Preceptorship, Leadership and Coaching (IMPLC) Fund. The Project was a collaborative partnership between the University of Toronto and the Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network (TAHSN) that enabled TAHSN teaching hospitals to become active interprofessional care learning laboratories for future generations of health care providers. It supported the Ontario government’s Health Human Resources Strategy’s broad objective of encouraging health care workers to work collaboratively.

The Catalyzing and Sustaining Communities of Collaboration Around Interprofessional Care Project Summary Report

The Project was composed of six individual initiatives with each initiative focusing on themes identified for the IMPLC Fund, and led by one or more TAHSN institutions.



Six initiatives are:



CCIC Project Outputs:

The Co-Creating the Future for Interprofessional Care: Sustainability Conference

The CCIC Project hosted a two-day “Co-Creating the Future for Interprofessional Care: Sustainability Conference”. This conference brought together over 130 educators, practitioners, researchers and hospital administrators from the U of T, TAHSN, representatives from the MOHLTC and representatives from the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (Toronto Central LHIN).

The goals of the conference were to:

  • Co-create a plan for the future of interprofessional care (IPC) across TAHSN, and
  • Consider how advancing the IPC agenda will drive core educational and organizational goals, including: improving patient care, developing highly skilled health professionals and effectively using Ontario's health care resources.

Please follow this link for more information about the Sustainability Conference.

IMPLC Super Toolkit

An interprofessional mentoring, preceptorship, leadership and coaching “Super Toolkit” comprised of the interprofessional education tools created by the six initiatives within the CCIC project.

Please follow this link for more information about the IMPLC Super Toolkit.

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