Educational Programs

Glaxo Wellcome Clinical Education Centre


The Clinical Education Centre is a unique educational facility synonymous with the “caring” part of health care. It complements the traditional opportunities for health sciences students to learn and develop their clinical and communication skills. The product of a university/corporate partnership within the health sciences disciplines, the Centre encompasses inter-professional learning opportunities and state-of-the-art technology.

Patient Simulation Lab

In the Patient Simulation Lab, students learn essential clinical and surgical skills on simulators that closely resemble an actual human body. Under the watchful eye of faculty members, students can hone important techniques, learn to work as a team in an emergency and see the results of their actions – all without any risk to patients.

 

Office of Interprofessional Education and Practice

The Office of Interprofessional Education and Practice (OIPEP) strives to create common strategies, content and resources for interprofessional teaching, learning, and practice for health sciences students and faculty. Interprofessional Education (IPE) provides medical, nursing and rehabilitation therapy students with opportunities to learn from, with and about other health professionals. IPE facilitates the development of knowledge and skills to enhance team function and support collaborative, patient-centred care.


Regional Education

Queen’s School of Medicine Regional Education office arranges accommodation, phone access, internet connectivity and travel reimbursement for Undergraduate and FRCP Postgraduate learners while they are on out-of-town rotations. Approximately 25 hours per week of seminar material is broadcast throughout our learning community and made available for learners on rotation. Regular Faculty Development sessions are offered at each major site. Discipline-specific Grand Rounds and sub-specialty rounds are provided via videoconferencing to 160 regional faculty and 70 learners on a regular schedule. The most frequent sites for regional rotations are the Southeastern Communities of Brockville, Belleville, Peterborough, Oshawa and Markham. Regional Education works collaboratively with ROMP and ERMEP for rotations in smaller Ontario communities.