Welcome to CIHC
Welcome to the new website for CIHC! This is an exciting time in not only Canada, but also globally for interprofessional education and collaborative practice. A new energy has been infused into CIHC, which has sparked a renewal of our activities and engagement. The CIHC Board members have been working hard these past several months to refresh the vision and activities of CIHC. One key change is the initiation of paid membership dues beginning November 1, 2019. These dues will allow CIHC to better serve our members and ensure a sustainable approach to our collective work for years to come.
CIHC’s website and activities are still a work in progress, however we are too excited to wait any longer to get others involved!
Explore the website, see how you can get involved and become a member!
NEW CABVIII Postponement Announcement / Report de la Conférence CABVIII
Considering the postponement of the ATBH 2020 conference to 2021, CIHC and AIHC Boards of directors have jointly decided to postpone the CABVIII meeting planned in Quebec City for Fall 2021 to Fall 2022. This will ensure maintaining the alternation of these two events. Read the full announcement and share your ideas for the next CAB Conference here.
Compte tenu du report de la conférence ATBH 2020 à 2021, les conseils d'administration de la CIHC et de l'AIHC ont conjointement décidé de reporter la réunion du CABVIII prévue à Québec pour l'automne 2021 à l'automne 2022. Cela assurera le maintien de l'alternance de ces deux événements. Lisez l'annonce complète et partagez vos idées pour la prochaine conférence CAB ici.
All Together Better Health Conference postponed
We have been in discussion with Interprofessional.Global and it is with great regret we have decided to postpone the 10th All Together Better Health Conference. The disruption of COVID-19 on travel, daily life and the uncertainty of its outcome makes it impossible to proceed with the conference in October 2020. ATBH took many things into consideration regarding the postponement, with safety being the number one priority. However, we are pleased to inform you the conference has been rescheduled to 22-25 October 2021.
Continue following us on Twitter @ATBH10 and remember to use the hashtags #ATBHX for any tweets leading up to and during the conference. Other conference information is available on our website: https://www.atbhx.qa/
Join TUFH's Interprofessional Education and Team Based Care Institute and Community of Practice
In Partnership with Global Experts on Interprofessional Education, we are excited to announce the launch of the TUFH Institute powered by TUFH Taskforces and FAIMER.
The TUFH Institute is committed to addressing the needs of the most vulnerable populations by creating communication and knowledge sharing e-learning platforms for global and national interprofessional and intersectorial communities of practice that build each participants respective capacity. The TUFH institute is guided by the values that all teach and all learn and we all learn best by doing. Using proven adult learning techniques and interactive video technology, TUFH Taskforces connect health providers with specialists in regular real-time collaborative sessions. The sessions, designed around case-based learning and mutual coaching, help Global and Regional Participants gain the knowledge and skills required to improve upon existing models and services. Health care participants gain skills and confidence. Global experts receive critical feedback that influences their policy and system recommendations.
For more information visit TUFH Institute.
In order to allow the CIHC to expand its role as Canada’s pre-eminent voice for Canadian interprofessional knowledge, education and practice, we introduced annual membership dues.
Traduction de site web / Website translation
Le CPIS reconnait que plusieurs de nos collègues ont le français comme langue maternelle. Pour assurer leur inclusion dans notre communauté de pratique, nous sommes en train de traduire en français l’ensemble du site web. Nous vous remercions pour votre patience.
CIHC recognizes that many of our interprofessional colleagues speak French as their first language. To ensure an inclusive community, we are in the process of translating the entire website to French.