IMHA 314 - Interprofessional Practice

This course focuses on interprofessional practice in mental health and addictions services. Students will examine the responsibilities and obligations of the professional, with an emphasis on patient-centered care and ethical, evidence-based practices, including policies affecting the care of persons with mental health and addictions challenges

 

Hours:  45 (Lecture Hours: 45)

 

Prerequisites:
None

 

Non-Course Prerequisites:
None

 

Pre- or Co-Requisites:
IMHA 310

 

Course Content:
- Interprofessional practices
- Collaborative care settings 
- Impact on self, self-care and professional boundaries
- Professional accountability, advocacy and the Mental Health Act

 

Learning Outcomes:
- Apply ethical decision-making within interprofessional mental health and addiction environments 
- Evaluate the effectiveness of collaborative care settings 
- Apply philosophies of practice related to supporting individuals and families 
- Apply appropriate advocacy skills and strategies to support individuals through context of mental health act

 

Grading System: Letter Grades

 

Passing Grade: C+

 

Text Books:
Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.