The Canadian Interprofessional Health Leadership Collaborative (CIHLC) is a multi-institutional and interprofessional partnership whose goal is to create positive health system change through offering a transformative educational Collaborative Leadership Program grounded in principles of community engagement and social accountability. This project is supported by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC).
News and Events
February 10, 2015Integrated Collaborative Change Leadership (CCL) Program
The final session of the 2014-15 Integrated Collaborative Change Leadership (CCL) Program took place on January 30th and 31st in Toronto, Read more >>
February 10, 2015Summit Symposium
The CIHLC contributed to a large high level Summit entitled The Climb, the Cliff and the Continuum of IPE and Read more >>
February 10, 2015IOM Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education
The CIHLC Co-leads have an invited representational seat at the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Global Forum, which brings together people Read more >>
The essential outcome of the CIHLC’s work is a new breed of collaborative health leader who can build teamwork across health professionals and health care workers in community, hospital and primary care settings. Ultimately these health leaders will contribute to the larger national and global agenda for economic development and human security.
The program was developed in partnership with the Collaborative Change Leadership (CCL) program, hosted by the University Health Network (UHN). The 2014-2015 Integrated CCL program has been completed. To learn more about the upcoming 2015-2016 CCL program please visit the Collaborative Change Leadership website.Request Info