On March 18, 2015, Senate approved the disestablishment of the College of Health Disciplines and the transfer of its activities into the Office of the Provost, effective July 1, 2015. The IHHS courses have been transferred to the School of Social Work, School of Population and Public Health and the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
Under the auspices of the Council, the College is responsible for the administration of Interprofessional courses (IHHS) which are recommended as electives to students in Audiology and Speech Sciences; Counseling Psychology; Dentistry and Dental Hygiene; Food, Nutrition and Health; Kinesiology; Medicine; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmaceutical Sciences; Physical Therapy; and Social Work.
|IHHS 200||Understanding the Social Determinants of the Health of Populations|
|IHHS 300||Working in International Health|
|IHHS 400||Health Care Team Development|
|IHHS 402||HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care|
|IHHS 403||Interdisciplinary Practice with Children and Families|
|IHHS 404||First Nations Health: Historical and Contemporary Issues|
|IHHS 405||Palliative Care|
|IHHS 406||Aging from an Interdisciplinary Perspective|
|IHHS 407||Disability and Justice|
|IHHS 408||Aboriginal Health: Community-based Learning Experience|
|IHHS 409||International Indigenous Experiences of Colonization|
|IHHS 410||Improving Public Health: an Interprofessional Approach to Designing and Implementing Effective Interventions|
|IHHS 411||Violence Across the Life Span|
|IHHS 480||Special Topics in Collaborative Healthcare|