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Building Healthy Partnerships. Physiotherapy Outreach Project CHLA May 30, 2007. Background. Irving K. Barber Learning Centre 250,000 sq/ft of teaching and learning spaces library, academic and technology units Chapman Learning Commons cafe, videoconferencing and meeting facilities

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building healthy partnerships

Building Healthy Partnerships

Physiotherapy Outreach Project

CHLA May 30, 2007

background
Background
  • Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
    • 250,000 sq/ft of teaching and learning spaces
    • library, academic and technology units
    • Chapman Learning Commons
    • cafe, videoconferencing and meeting facilities
    • classrooms and lecture hall
    • research, writing and learning support programs
    • outreach and lifelong learning programs
background1
Background
  • Physiotherapy Association of BC
    • 1750 members in public service and private practice around British Columbia
    • “voice of physiotherapy in British Columbia”
    • advocacy, lobbying and marketing support
    • online directory of physiotherapists in BC
    • newsletter and other member services
    • continuing education programs
background2
Background
  • 2005
    • draft proposal, meeting with funding agency
    • meeting with PABC to discuss partnership
    • position description and selection process
  • 2006
    • Physiotherapy Outreach Librarian hired
    • project launched – February 2006
physiotherapy outreach project
Physiotherapy Outreach Project
  • 3 year grant funded pilot project
  • outreach librarian…
    • provides instruction, research and information services to PABC members throughout BC
    • participates on PABC taskforces
    • develops print and online resources for continuing education
    • participates in UBC committees, reference work
benefits to pabc
Benefits to PABC
  • reference services – in-person, IM, email
  • PABC members introduced to new technologies such as blogs and RSS feeds
  • members are able to find quality information, faster and more [cost] effectively
  • customized small-group workshops
benefits to learning centre
Benefits to Learning Centre
  • builds local expertise in using Web 2.0 tools for serving distance users
  • supports provincial outreach mandate of Learning Centre
  • builds positive profile of Learning Centre around province
  • provides experience in working with external partners
elements of a successful partnership
Elements of a successful partnership
  • shared planning
    • joint funding proposal
    • PABC input into librarian job description
    • PABC participation in hiring
  • shared management
  • good communication
    • physical and virtual (dual locations)
    • shared decision making
the future
The future…
  • expand PABC access to licensed databases – eHLBC initiative
  • develop funding model for ongoing position – likely based at PABC
  • develop project evaluation report for funding agency
more information
More information

Simon Neame,

Coordinator, Programs and Services

Irving K. Barber Learning Centre

simon.neame@ubc.ca 604-822-3096

Rebecca Bing-Tunnacliffe

Chief Executive Officer, PABC

rpt@bcphysio.org 604-736-5130 ext.2