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About this workshop

Weaving interprofessional competencies into uniprofessional curricula: An interprofessional education workshop. 

Most if not all professional roles involve interprofessional team work. For students in the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences exposure to interprofessional education (IPE) is critical to enable effective collaboration in practice to improve patient outcomes. IPE occurs when two or more students from different health professions learn with, from and about each other. Creating opportunities for IPE activities to occur is challenging in crowded curricula. This workshop will provide opportunity for participants to experience some simple yet authentic activities that map to interprofessional competencies and have educational value in both uniprofessional and interdisciplinary settings.


A/Prof Neil Cottrell, School of Pharmacy

A/Prof Norman Firth, School of Dentistry

Dr. Anne Hill, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

Dr. Leander Mitchell, School of Psychology

Dr. Norman Ng, Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

Who should attend?

  • All academic staff
  • Academic staff and professional staff associated with clinical placements 
  • Students from the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

Benefits of attending

  • Appreciate the different perspectives team members bring and how these support a holistic view to professional practice.
  • Gain insight into conflict resolution styles.
  • Appreciate the time and commitment required to move activities from uniprofessional curricula to an interprofessional curricula. 
  • Understand and increase awareness of professional stereotypes.

About Teaching and Learning Week 2018

The 2018 UQ Teaching and Learning Week ran from Monday 29 October to Friday 2 November 2018, focusing on a range of innovative teaching practices including:

  • blended learning
  • enterprise and innovation and
  • Students as Partners.

The 2018 program (PDF,142KB) was designed to provide staff with opportunities to network and discuss teaching and learning in contemporary contexts, and how this impacts on the student experience and outcomes. The Awards Ceremony was held at Customs House, recognising and rewarding excellence in teaching, the provision of outstanding learning environments and support services to students.

Click on each of the 2018 T&L Week sessions to access video recordings and other resources (when available).

Go to the T&L Week landing page


Prentice Building (42), St Lucia campus