Clinical Education Guide
Resources for Clinical Educators, Site Coordinators and MHSc Students
Clinical Education Handbooks
Appendix A – Coursework and Expectations
A1 Course Outlines
Class of 2023
Class of 2024
Class of 2023 and 2024
A2 Recommended Course Schedules
SLP1507 and SLP1532 are asynchronous courses, follow the course outline to schedule the completion of assignments and minimum expectations.
A3 Curriculum Map
Appendix B – Planning Documents
Appendix C – Assessment Forms
C1 Summative Feedback
C2 Midterm and Final Assessment
Clinical Educators will now use the InPlace online assessment form for student performance assessment.
C2.1 Explanation of the Assessment of Student Performance in a Placement
Appendix D – Hours Requirements and Tracking
Appendix E – Embedded Placement Activities
E1 Teaching Clinics
E2 Interprofessional Education (IPE) Component in a Clinical Placement – Flexible Model Activities
E2.1 Flexible Model Activity 1: Shadowing and/or Interviewing Team Members
E2.2 Flexible Model Activity 2: Analyzing Interprofessional Interactions of Team Members
E2.3 Flexible Activity 3: Collaborating with Team Members
E3 Supplemental Placements
Word Version of the Form: 2021-2022 Supplemental Placement-Assessment Form
E4 Guided Observation Activities
Appendix F – Health and Immunization Requirements and Forms
This form is managed through the offices of the Graduate Coordinator and Student Affairs Assistant. Students may need to distribute these forms as requested by placement sites several times over the course of the two year program, they are asked to make multiple copies to have at the ready before submitting the original to U of T.
Appendix G – Student Support Services – Partial Funding Reimbursement
Appendix H – Insurance – Accident or Injury while on placement
COVID – 19 Insurance Updates Placements
The University’s general liability insurance remains in place and we have no exclusion for liability arising out of communicable disease. The Ministry of Colleges and Universities has confirmed that their workplace insurance coverage for unpaid placement continues for students during the COVID-19 pandemic and covers both students working remotely and in person.
In the Event of an Injury while on Placement – The Placement Site
In the event that a Student incurs a workplace injury or illness while in the course of the Placement, the Placement Site will immediately notify the University’s Placement Coordinator and will work with the University to complete the appropriate WSIB (or Chubb Insurance) claim form(s). For a COVID-19 claim to be allowed, evidence must show that the student’s risk of contracting the disease through their placement is greater than the risk to which the public at large is exposed and that work significantly contributed to the student’s illness.
The Placement Employer has three days after learning of a placement incident to inform the University that the incident occurred. Please contact email@example.com and cc the UofT course instructor. You will be guided to complete the H2.1 Letter of Authorization to Represent Employer, a claim form (as per the Guidelines for Workplace Insurance for Postsecondary Students of Publicly Assisted Institutions on Unpaid Work Placements) and an accident report (H2.2 U of T Accident Report). The three completed forms will be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.