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.

Terms of Reference can be found here

Students can contact their IPE Program Lead for enquiries regarding learning activity requirements, program questions and further information on IPE.

2022 – 2023 InterFaculty Curriculum Committee




IFCC Chair and CACHE Associate Director, Academic Sylvia Langlois 

Erin Watson

IPEL Leads Elizabeth McLaney
IPEL Leads Darlene Hubley  
Master of Professional Kinesiology Doug Richards
Medical Radiation Sciences Kieng Tan
Medicine (MAM) Cindy Quinton
Medicine Evan Tannenbaum
Medicine Susan Rice
Nursing Zoraida Beekhoo
Patient Partner Jennifer Boyle
Pharmacy Jennifer Lake 
Physical Therapy Sharon Gabison
Physician Assistant Sharona Kanofsky
Manager, Curriculum Sabrina Bartlett
Social Work Rachelle Ashcroft
Social Work Keith Adamson
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.

IPE Curriculum Working Groups

Why Collaborative Healthcare? Learning from stories and science Planning Working Group
Conflict in Interprofessional Life Planning Working Group
Collaborating for Quality Working Group
Who do we collaborate with? Valuing what we do and challenging what we think Working Group
Case – Based Palliative Care Planning Working Group
Dying & Death Working Group
Senior IP Projects Working Group
Cultivating Team Partnerships: Learning from Lived Experiences Working Group

For additional information on any of our working groups or committees, please contact