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McMaster University

Collaborating Across Borders: Canada-United States joint conference on Interprofessionalism

Where: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
When: May 20-22, 2009

Collaborating Across Borders II (CAB II) was the second Canada-United States joint conference focusing on an exploration of common issues around interprofessional education and practice. CAB II facilitated a discussion of interprofessional education, practice and policy in an international context. It featured best practices, provided evidence that supports efforts, showcased outcomes, described lessons learned, and provided a venue for scholarly dialogue and productive networking.

The conference theme, Collaborating Across Borders II:Building Bridges Between Interprofessional Education and Practice, reflected the importance of establishing relationships and networks to promote the further development of interprofessional health education and practice.  The meeting was held in Halifax, Canada, May 20-22, 2009 and involved numerous concurrent sessions and poster presentations over the three days. The following were submissions from members of the McMaster community:

The Team Objective Structured Clinical Examination (TOSCE): A Workshop to Demonstrate its use as an Assessment of Team and Interprofessional Competencies fo Primacy Care Teams

Denise Marshall, McMaster University; Patty Solomon, McMaster University; Pippa Hall, University of Ottawa

Interprofessional Mentorship - Enhancing Collaborative Practice at St. Joseph's Healthcare

Charlotte Noesgaard, McMaster University; E. Ann Mohide, McMaster University; Glady Peachey, McMaster University; Jane Loncke, St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton; Carmine Nieuwstraten, St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton; Heather Hoxby, St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton; Monica Alderson, St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton; Bev Cole, St. Joseph's Healthcare and McMaster University; Randi McCabe, McMaster University

The Institute of Interprofessional Health Science Education (IIHSE): Demonstration of an Online Interprofessional Education Curriculum

Gissele Damiani-Taraba, McMaster University; Patty Solomon, McMaster University; Sue Baptiste, McMaster University; Pippa Hall, University of Ottawa; R. Luke, George Brown College; Carole Orchard, University of Western Ontario; Ellen Rukholm, Laurentian University; Lorraine Carter, Laurentian University

Effectiveness of Facilitated E-Learning in Promoting Interprofessional Learning

Patty Solomon, McMaster University

Interprofessional Education in the Home and Community

Patty Solomon, McMaster University

Supporting Emergence to Enhance Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC)

Leah Dix, McMaster University; Elizabeth Steggles, McMaster University; Sue Baptiste, McMaster University; Cathy Risdon, McMaster University

Barriers and Facilitators to Interprofessional Education in a Web-based Environment: Findings from Interviews with On-line Facilitators

Patty Solomon, McMaster University; Susanne King, McMaster University

What Do We Know About Collaborations between Primary Care and Public Health? Results from a Scoping Review of the Literature

Ruth Martin Misener, Dalhousie University; Ruta Valaitis, McMaster University; Sabrina T. Wong, University of British Columbia; Marjorie MacDonald, University of Victoria; Donna Meagher-Stewart, Dalhousie University; Janusz Kaczorowski, University of British Columbia

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