Queen's Annual Health Care Team Challenge will take place on Saturday, November 24th from 9 am - noon, at the School of Medicine, Room 132A.
The Health Care Team Challenge (HCTC) is an interprofessional education event promoting collaborative teamwork.Three teams of students face off in a friendly competition to showcase their knowledge of interprofessional competencies and client/patient/family-centred care.This year’s virtual case was developed by the Specialized Geriatric Services team at St. Mary’s of the Lake Hospital.
Please consider supporting your classmates the day of the challenge!
May the best team win!
The Campaign to Control Cancer would like to invite you to an upcoming workshop on cancer control and campus health advocacy Thursday, November 1, 2012 from 5PM to 8 PM. The workshop will be located in the new Medical Building (Rm. Number NMB021). Dinner will be provided as part of the workshop.
The purpose of the workshop is to engage our campus action team from Queens University in a hands on student leadership training where students will be given a unique opportunity to design and plan cancer prevention and health promotion campaigns on their campus.
Space is limited so please RSVP at your earliest convenience to email@example.com
All the best,
Campaign to Control Cancer
For the third year in a row, QJBC is excited to inform you that in celebration of Canadian Patient Safety Week, we will be running our interprofessional "Room of Horrors" event.
The event will take place on Thursday November 1st 2012 and will run between the hours of 4:30-7:30 (Please note, this will only take students 30 minutes). This event is open to students in all years from Nursing, Medicine, Rehabilitation disciplines, and pharmacy residents and staff.
The inter-professional teams will collaborate to identify potential adverse events in the Faculty of Health Sciences Patient Simulation Lab. The purpose is to increase students' awareness of patient and provider safety in an effort to build a safer health system for Canadians.
Last year was a great turnout and we are hoping for the same this year!
For more information, please check out the flyer below.