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uOttawa.ca Health Professions Education education.uOttawa.ca Faculty of Education | Faculté d’éducation
uOttawa.ca The Health Professions Education program is offered in French and English. An interprofessional program in collaboration with the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Health Sciences. Health Professions Education: What is it ?
uOttawa.ca 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. Objectives and career possibilities
uOttawa.ca 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?
uOttawa.ca Preparation for educational leadership in health care settings A dynamic and diverse interprofessional learning environment. What will our programs offer you?
uOttawa.ca Graduate diploma Master in Education (M.Ed.) Master of Arts in Education (M.A.) Doctorate (Ph.D) Programs Offered
uOttawa.ca Who are these programs for ? This list is not exhaustive… Dietitians Nurses Occupational Therapists Paramedics Pharmacists Physicians Physiotherapists Pharmacists Public Health Practitioners Etc.
uOttawa.ca 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)
uOttawa.ca 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
uOttawa.ca 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)
uOttawa.ca M.A. and 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 Ph.DM.A.
uOttawa.ca 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.
uOttawa.ca 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).
uOttawa.ca 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