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University of Calgary Calendar 2018-2019 Faculty of Social Work 4. Program Details 4.3 Interprofessional Health Education
4.3 Interprofessional Health Education

The Faculties and Departments of Education, Medicine, Nursing, Social Work, Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, and Psychology, along with Alberta Health Services, jointly sponsor courses in Interprofessional Health Education (IPHE). The courses provide the foundation for sound and evidence-informed interprofessional practice in the fields of health, mental health, and addictions where comorbidity is common. Interprofessional Health Education (IPHE) 501 and 503 may be taken by Social Work undergraduate students and credited either as a 500-level Social Work option OR as a non-Social Work option.