Continuing Internet-based Education Program (CIEP)

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Welcome to CIEP - Our Online Education Programs for Health Professionals!

The courses within this online resource have been developed to meet the educational needs of clinical instructors (preceptors), students, interns, residents and practitioners from a variety of health related fields. Some of the professionals who have benefited from this resource include:

Pharmacists, Nursing, Medicine, Physical Therapists
Occupational Therapists, Audiology and Speech Pathology
Hospital Administrators, and Laboratory/Assistive Technologies

The hallmark of CIEP is that it has been created using an open source platform which allows users free, convenient, and flexible access. A list of available courses along with a brief overview is provided below. Our goal is to create a resource for you that is enjoyable, stimulating and rewarding on both a personal and professional level.

Available Courses

E-Tips for Practice Education

E-Tips is an online course designed for health care professionals who work with students or other learners in a practice education setting. The course covers a range of topics presented in eight individual modules, from how to prepare for a student's arrival to evaluation and beyond. This course is available in English or French. Click on the appropriate link to the left to begin.

E-Tips Francais

This translation project was made possible by funding provided by Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport du Québec - " insertion du milieu du travail" (Quebec ministry of education leisure and sport-"supporting the workplace").

A special thank you is extended to the content and translation team: Caroline Storr, Alexandra Ordolis, Melanie Akettia, Scot Murray, and the McGill Training and Retention of Health Professionals Project. Thank you also to Marie de Haan, pharmacist, for her assistance.

A Guide To Pharmaceutical Care

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These modules are designated for pharmacists and students who are interested in learning about pharmaceutical care. The modules provide an overview of the pharmaceutical care philosophy and practice, discuss tools that can facilitate the provision of pharmaceutical care, and provide a range of tips on how to support students engaged in the provision of pharmaceutical care at their practice settings. Click on the link to the left to begin.

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