- Introduced CPD Subscription Model and On-Demand learning to increase accessibility and reach of our offerings
- Increased capacity for the Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) program from 120 learners per year to 720 for the 2020-2021 year with additional expansion forthcoming
- Completed the Undergraduate Medical Education curriculum and modules for the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC)- Opioid Response
- Partnered to launch the Humanity in Health Care Series
- Insomnia Interventions Online Series was a huge success that reached 177 learners and featured an interprofessional educational team which we continue to work with for future offerings
- As precipitated by the success of our Insomnia Interventions program and the endeavour of collaborative practice at Queen's we expanded the representation of professions on all our planning committees
Decolonization & Indigenization
Decolonized & Indigenized Global & Population Health course content by including Indigenous ways of knowing.
Used storytelling to incite empathy & humanize global populations for the learner.
Short Story Vignettes
Used short video vignettes to encourage the learner to pause, watch, and reflect.
Created auto-graded Scenario Assessment Modules for the Infection Prevention & Control Online Course.
Programming shifted online due to COVID-19 and included:
- A New Faculty Welcome webinar with accompanying On-Demand Resource Module
- 15 Faculty Development webinars
- Humanity in Healthcare Series delivered as a CPD/FD blend (see CPD for more details)
- Virtual teaching observations, dossier consultations, and curriculum retreat facilitations
Virtual IPE Symposium
The MHPE program fulfills a niche not currently being met in Canada, as there are no other programs available to the health education community that are both course-based and competency-based.