Canadian Association of Allied Health Programs

2018 Annual Conference

Allied in Learning!
A Working Session of Exchange,
Learning, and Information Sharing


Camosun College
Lansdowne Campus Room F338, Fisher Building
3100 Foul Bay Road
Victoria, BC V8P 5J2



Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour
728 Humboldt Street
Victoria, BC V8W 3Z5
(Ask for CAAHP Annual Conference Block)

A Special Note
— Camosun College serves the Communities of Southern Vancouver Island and the Southern Gulf Islands that are located in the traditional territories of Lekwungen (Esquimalt and Songhees), Malahat, Pacheedaht, Scia’new, T’sou-ke and Wsanec (Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tsawout, Tseycum) peoples.

Camosun College, Victoria BC – May 2-3, 2018

  • What are the curricular needs in allied health for all learners to consider Indigenous reality, worldview, and values?
  • What is meant when we speak about restorative justice/accommodation regarding students?
  • What should you know about the new accreditation service for allied health programs?
  • Some legal case studies of use and of interest to allied health programs and student services.

Day 1

  • Keynote Speaker – What Does it Mean to ‘Decolonize’ Allied Health Curricula?
    Speaker: Dr. Charlotte Loppie – Facilitator: Sydney Redpath, President

What Does it Mean to ‘Decolonize’ Allied Health Curricula (pptx)

  • Presentations Regarding Health Care and Indigenization
    Facilitator: Faye Martin – With Evelyn Voyageur and Lynelle Yutani
    Participants will be invited to address what they have heard and to consider ways that Allied Health Education can address the gaps and challenges in Indigenous Allied Health Care Education.

Presentation: Measuring and Mobilizing Reconciliation Indigenization in Allied Health Education programs – CAAHP 2018

  • Table Go Round/College Catch Up!
    Facilitator: RaeAnn Thibeault

Table Go Round/College Catch Up! (pdf)

  • AGM – CAAHP Annual Meeting
    Business Meeting and Reports – Board Nominations and Voting
    Facilitator: Sydney Redpath, President
  • Blanket Exercise
    Facilitator: Kairos Canada
  • Tour of Camosun Allied Health Labs and Facilities
    Facilitator: Cynthia Smith
  • Evening Dinner Together

Day 2

  • Meeting of New Board
    Facilitator: Sydney Redpath, President
  • Accreditation Update
    Speaker: Sarah Ingimundson, Director, EQual ACCREDITATION CANADA – Facilitator: Edith Joyal

Presentation: EQual Accreditation Canada

  • Conduct and Conflict: Old Ideas, New Applications!
    Speaker: Craig Whitton, Resolution Officer, NAIT – Facilitator: Denise MacIver

CWhitton Presentation – Conflict
CWhitton – Rights and Responsibilities Handout

  • Part 1 – Policy and Legal Issues when Dealing with Students, Faculty and Health Care Setting
    Speakers: Michael Sondermann, Associate Registrar, SAIT and Susan Radke, Academic Affairs, SAIT – Facilitator: Michael Dumoulin

The Big Shake-Up (pptx)

  • Part 2 – Policy and Legal Issues
  • Wrap-Up Session (feedback and evaluation)
    Facilitator: Lornie Hughes