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Team Education Resources

The Winnipeg Health Region has travelled the globe online to bring you extensive tools and resources to support your interprofessional education and collaborative person-centred practice development.

We’ve organized these tools and resources by type for quicker access, but you may well want to browse every section to sense of the wealth of materials available.

DVD Education Resources

The University of Toronto has developed a series of videos to support education around Interprofessional Care and Interprofessional Education. The video titles and call numbers are listed below and can be obtained through the University of Manitoba Libraries.

Student experiences in IPE – W 18 S933sa 2006 AV

Carole Laurin – W 18 C292c 2006 AV

Collaboration in Primary Care – W 18 C697ca 2006 AV

IPE and Collaboration – W 18 I61ia 2006 AV

Don’t these People Talk to Each Other W 18 D688 2007d AV

Facilitating IP Collaboration – W 18 F141f 2007 AV

Other Education Materials

Appreciative Inquiry

Appreciative Inquiry involves the art and practice of asking questions that increase what an organization/group does well. Click below for some helpful information, evidence and videos.

TeamSTEPPS Training

TeamSTEPPS is national team training program developed by theAgency for Research Health and Quality and the US Defence Department. Information on the initiative can be found through the web link below:

The Winnipeg Health Region Emergency and Cardiac Sciences Programs have utilized this approach to train emergency department teams in the Region. For local information on TeamSTEPPS, contact Gayle Bohemier at gbohemier@sbgh.mb.ca or Shannon Naylor at snalylor@wrha.mb.ca.

Online Learning Module on Team Training

To access CAE Team Training, visit the Region’s Learning Management System:

  1. Visit https://manitoba-ehealth.learnflex.net
  2. Log in (If you are a new user, click on the link to register and follow the prompts)
  3. Select the “Courses/Registration” tab.
  4. Click on “Clinical Skills”
  5. Click on “Team Training”
  6. Click “Register” and click “Continue”