John Gilbert, C.M., Ph.D., LL.D (Hon)., FCAHS
University of British Columbia
Dr. John Gilbert has been a seminal leader in the education of health professionals in British Columbia, Canada and internationally. In the early part of his career he pioneered linguistics and psychology as the basis of practice for speech-language pathologists and audiologists. In the latter part of his career it was his vision and leadership that led to the concept of interprofessional education being developed as a central tenet of team-based collaborative patient-centred practice and care. These concepts are now part of university, college, and institute health sciences training in many places across Canada.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Seminar Description: Learning Objectives: - Discuss the scope and impact of interprofessional education on collaborative person-centered practice and care (IPECP) - Explore the current enablers and challenges in IPECP Research - Explore ways to advance IPECP Program Evaluation and Scholarship IPECP is widely recognized as a route to improving the quality of the patient’s health care experience, improving the health of communities and populations, reducing the cost of health care delivery, improving the work experience of service providers, and addressing the health inequity, known as the ‘…
‘Being’ and ‘Becoming’ Interprofessional Practitioners – the Roles of Interprofessional Socialization and Dual Identity Formation
Seminar Description: Learning Objectives:• Identify and reflect on the achievements and challenges of IPE evolvement over the past few decades. • Discuss the importance of interprofessional socialization and dual (professional and interprofessional) identity formation in preparing interprofessional practitioners.• Explore ways to integrate and value IPS at all levels ((individual, profession, and system levels) using an ontological perspective.Over the past five decades, interprofessional practice and education (IPE) has experienced significant improvements as an approach to address the need…