Student Support: Who You Need to Know


Student Support: Who You Need to Know

Interprofessional Education (IPE) Curriculum Portfolio

The IPE Curriculum Portfolio is accountable for the development, advancement and delivery of the IPE Curriculum. In collaboration with faculty at U of T and practice partners, the IPE Curriculum provides students a wide array of interprofessional experiences and perspectives. The IPE Curriculum Portfolio is accessible to students and faculty during their journey through the IPE Curriculum.

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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.

2016 – 2017 InterFaculty Curriculum Committee




CIPE Director Maria Tassone
Curriculum Assistant Julia Illescas

Dentistry Karen Burgess
Process Lead, Curriculum, CIPE Sabrina Bartlett

IPHSA Student Representative Tina Kaur

IPHSA Student Representative Albert Gheoghita

Kinesiology & Physical Education

Margaret MacNeill

Medical Radiation Sciences

Kieng Tan




Mark Bonta


Dhanjit Litt


Catherine Hardie

Occupational Therapy, Committee Chair Sylvia Langlois

Occupational Therapy, Faculty Lead

Lynn Cockburn

Pharmacy Della Croteau

Physical Therapy

Judith Hunter

Physician Assistant

Sharona Kanofsky

Social Work

David Burnes

Speech-Language Pathology

Susan Wagner

Strategy Lead, Curriculum  Dean Lising


Interprofessional Healthcare Students' Association (IPHSA)

The University of Toronto’s Interprofessional Healthcare Students' Association (IPHSA) is a group of student representatives from the various Health Care faculties who are participating in and promoting interprofessional education (IPE) within these faculties. Their mandate is to create an enjoyable and educational environment in which students have the opportunity to interact with and learn from one another. As future health care providers, IPHSA believes that fostering a strong interprofessional relationship, involving understanding, appreciation, and co-operation between health disciplines, is the key to providing patients with the best care they can receive.

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