To support the diverse needs of patients/clients and healthcare providers, the TEACH Project has extensive experience co-creating curriculum and other resources with partners, stakeholders, and community members. Using best practice frameworks for development and design, TEACH can support knowledge translation projects in a variety of areas in healthcare including chronic disease management, brain injury treatment, mental health, dental health, substance use treatment, and cancer care.
What Can TEACH Provide?
TEACH can work with your organization to co-create tailored curriculum or resources that are responsive to a variety of learning needs. Some curriculum examples include:
- Tailoring existing online TEACH courses for a specific organization, health authority, or a network of organizations.
- Developing online or in-person training for healthcare providers.
- Developing brief online modules for patients/clients.
- Creating resources or knowledge translation products to support healthcare providers or patients/clients (e.g., toolkits, infographics, case study simulations, animations, guidance documents, etc.).
If you are interested in learning more about co-creating with TEACH, please complete and submit the Working with TEACH form below and we will respond to your request within 3 to 5 business days.
Examples of Co-created Curriculum
The TEACH Project’s recognized ability to tailor and co-create curriculum is demonstrated through the following initiatives:
- Collaboration with Ontario Health to develop an online educational module in tobacco cessation for patients living with cancer. Click here to learn more.
- Supporting capacity-building in commercial tobacco cessation with Indigenous communities through the co-creation of IT’S TIME toolkits with an Engagement Circle and partner organizations (Shkaabe Makwa, Ontario Health’s Indigenous Tobacco Program, Tungasuvvingat Inuit, and the Government of Nunavut). Click here to access the toolkits.
- Collaborating partner in the development of the national Tobacco Educator Certification program in partnership with the Canadian Network for Respiratory Care. To learn more about this program, click here.