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A new inter-professional course preparing learners for life in rural communities

Jennifer   Medves

Jennifer Medves

qualifications: PhD

position: Associate professor

I am a registered nurse. My research interests are rural nursing practice, rural health care, maternity and midwifery, and collaborative education


Margo  Paterson

Margo Paterson

qualifications: PhD

position: Associate professor


Christine   Chapman

Christine Chapman

qualifications: MEd

position: Education coordinator

Canada

Christine Chapman, MEd, is the Education Coordinator for the Queen's University Inter-Professional Patient-Centred Education Direction whose primary role is to develop inter-professional education initiatives for students and faculty in the Faculty of Health Sciences. Her research interests include action research, inter-professional education, experiential learning, innovative teaching methods, and the integration of multiple perspectives. QUIPPED Project, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 3N6: Phone: 623-533-6000 ext. 74750; Fax: (613) 533-6770; email: chapman@post.queensu.ca


John  Young

John Young

qualifications: PhD

position: Assistant professor

Canada

Rural communties are a particular interest of mine. I teach in the Theology Faculty at Queen's University and I direct the Rural Ministry Programme there. One course in which I am involved is an Interdisciplinary one involving the Faculty of Health Sciences, Education, and Theology at Queen's; the course brings together students from six different disciplines, and its purpose is to help prepare these students to live and to practice their particular profession in a rural area.


Elizabeth  Tata

Elizabeth Tata

qualifications: MClSc

position: Associate professor

Canada

I am a physiotherapist with many years experience both clinically and academically. One of my areas of interest, work and teaching/research experience have focussed on Community Based Rehabilitation and rural/remote communities.


Denise  Bowes

Denise Bowes

qualifications: MD

position: Rural physician (retired)


neil  hobbs

Neil Hobbs

qualifications: MD

position: Rural physician

Canada

Family physician, previously in academic family practice 1987-2007. Now working rurally in Canada and New Zealand. Interested in interdisciplinary cooperation in rural practice, especially nurse-physician collaboration. I was director of family medicine undergraduate programs at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada 2002-7. Also interested in communication skills in undergraduate family medicine training; breaking bad news; palliative care; chronic pain management in primary care; undergraduate pain education.


Brian  McAndrews

Brian McAndrews

qualifications: MEd

position: Assistant professor


Anne  O'Riordan

Anne O'Riordan

qualifications: BScOT

position: Clinical educator


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