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Health Professions Education. Faculty of Education | Faculté d’éducation. e ducation.uOttawa.ca. Health Professions Education: What is it ?. The H ealth P rofessions E ducation program is offered in French and English.

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Health Professions Education

Faculty of Education | Facultéd’éducation

education.uOttawa.ca


Health Professions Education: What is it ?

  • The HealthProfessions Education program isoffered in French and English.

  • An interprofessional program in collaboration with the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of HealthSciences.


Objectives and career possibilities

  • Support health professionals as they develop their educational expertise (e.g. pedagogy, evaluation of competencies)

  • Deepen health professionals’ understanding of teaching, learning and related issues

  • Nurture the next generation of educational leaders in health care settings

  • Contribute to research in health professions education.


What will our programs offer you?

  • Knowledge and skills in pedagogy, research, and teaching for the health professions

  • The ability to apply learning directly to clinical, teaching, management and policy roles

  • Opportunities to bring problems of practice to the classroom and learn how to solve these based on educational theory and evidence.


What will our programs offer you?

  • Preparation for educational leadership in health care settings

  • A dynamic and diverse interprofessional learning environment.


Programs Offered

  • Graduate diploma

  • Master in Education (M.Ed.)

  • Master of Arts in Education (M.A.)

  • Doctorate (Ph.D)


Who are these programs for ?

  • This list is not exhaustive…

  • Dietitians

  • Nurses

  • Occupational Therapists

  • Paramedics

  • Pharmacists

  • Physicians

  • Physiotherapists

  • Pharmacists

  • Public Health Practitioners

  • Etc.


Graduate diploma

  • There is a requirement of 5 courses (15 credits) with a minimum of 4 courses taken from the following 5 themes

    • Teaching and learning

    • Curriculum

    • Learning assessment

    • Technology and education

    • Program evaluation

  • You can study part time or full time

  • Courses are offered generally in the evenings and in 3 formats: in class, hybrid (HYB) and online (WB)


M.Ed.

  • A minimum of 10 courses:

  • Three mandatory courses:

    • Introduction to research in education

    • Principles of educational planning for the health professions (Parts 1 and 2) (In hybrid form)

  • Four courses taken in each of the following themes:

    • Teaching and learning

    • Curriculum

    • Learning assessment

    • Technology and education

    • Three optional courses


M.Ed.

  • You can study part time or full time

  • Courses are offered generally in the evenings and in 3 formats: in class, hybrid (HYB) and online (WB)


M.A. and Ph.D

M.A.

Ph.D

  • 6 courses plus a thesis

  • 2 years full time study (6 sessions)

  • 3-4 years part time study

  • 5 or 6 courses plus a thesis

  • Four years full time study(12 sessions)

  • Part time study not available


Admission

Graduate Diploma, M.A., M.Ed.

an honours bachelor’s degree in Education or the equivalent (an honours bachelor’s degree in science, in health science or in a related field) and a minimum of at least 2 years of full-time teaching experience in a health related field in an accredited educational institution or in another teaching context (e.g., clinical supervision.)

OR

a university professional degree (such as an MD, BScN) or a graduate degree (Master’s or PhD) in science, in health science or in a related field.

an overall average of 70% (B), calculated in accordance with FGPS guidelines.


Admission

  • Ph.D

  • A minimum average of B+ (75%), or equivalent, calculated in accordance with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FGPS) guidelines.

  • A master's degree with thesis, or equivalent (Health Professions Education candidates must have a master’s degree with thesis in education, science, in health science or in a related field).



Scholarships*

  • Admission Scholarship M.A.: (Canadians and permanent residents)

  • 8.5 / 10 admission average

  • $ 7 500 per year for 2 years ($ 2 500 per semester / 6 consecutive semesters)

  • Research or teaching assistantships:

  • A minimum value of $ 7 500 per year, for 2 years

  • Admission Scholarship Ph.D (Canadians and permanent residents)

  • 8.0 / 10 admission average

  • $ 9 000 per year for 4 years ($ 3 000 per semester / 12 consecutive semesters)

  • Research or teaching assistantships:

  • A minimum value of $ 9 000 per year for 4 years

  • *Other funding opportunities may be available


Contact us

  • Telephone:

  • 613-562-5804

  • Email:

  • [email protected]

  • Online:

  • www.education.uOttawa.ca

  • www.education.uottawa.ca/etudesup

  • www.education.uottawa.ca/en/graduate


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