Canadian Association of
Allied Health Programs
Lunch and Learn
November 30, 2022
Are you still wondering how to integrate Patient and Family Engagement in an innovative way?
CAAHP, in partnership with EQual Canada, organized a Lunch and Learn for you to hear, learn, and discuss how other institutions with accredited programs have tackled this criterion effectively.
Two panelists from our college network have shared with us an overview of their strategies toward the integration of patient partners into their programs.
Laura Thomas, Med Ultrasound, CRGS, DMS - Associate Dean Allied Health, Mohawk College
Kelly Lindberg, BA, RTR - Curriculum coordinator, Medica Diagnostic, Saskatchewan Polytechnic
We have used a padlet. The padlet provides an opportunity to share ideas and questions that address the scaffolded nature of the patients as partners journey. Please consult and contribute to this ongoing discussion.
You can access the Saskatchewan Polytech Presentation and Mohawk College Presentation in PDF format and the video recording of the event.
Virtual Simulations :
Examples and Strategies for Integration and Implementation
CAAHP 5th Virtual Lunch and Learn
November 2, 2022
Over the past year, as part of the national “Virtu-WIL” project, Canadian educators have created 137 free and open virtual simulations in medical laboratory technology, paramedicine, and nursing.
The three panelists presented an overview of the resources available, how to access them, and how they can be integrated into curricula.
Joelle Deschambault, Manager, Projects & Programs, Colleges & Institutes Canada (CICAN)
Lisa Selvey, MA, RRT, Associate Dean at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)
Timothy Willett, MD MMED, CEO, Simulation Canada
You can access the presentation in PDF format and the video recording of the event.
The Canadian Association of Allied Health Programs (CAAHP) is an affiliated group of Colleges and Institutions across Canada offering programs of study in the field of “allied health”. These programs include disciplines that are diagnostic and therapeutic and do not address nursing and physician education.
To be an effective national network of high-quality allied health and life sciences academic institutions and a forum for collaboration and information exchange promoting and profiling best practices.
To shape the future of health sciences education within the college and institute system.
To be a forum for collaboration and information exchange among institutions involved in health sciences education;
To profile and promote best practices and innovation within the college and institute system;
To be an advocate on-key issues and trends with government, professional associations and other stakeholders.