A university-level course in community social pediatrics
Frequently asked questions
This course is a detailed look at the problems faced by children and families coping with difficult living conditions.
Various experts (consult the course syllabus) in their respective fields will share their knowledge including a live online session with Dr. Delphine Collin-Vézina.
Yes, so you will be able to take pre-recorded courses, in the order presented, wherever it is convenient for you. They will be offered inside the session and subject to assignment and evaluations. Also, there will be one synchronous activity: a live online session lead by Delphine Collin-Vézina. This will be done remotely via McGill’s platform.
Yes. The course will be given over 16 weeks and there will be set dates for submitting assignments and other evaluations during this period.
English and French. Students simply choose their preferred language on the platform.
This is a university course of 45-hour, plus assignments, evaluations and readings.
The student will earn continuous professional learning units, as well as an attestation from McGill University.
This is preferable, but it can be taken simultaneously with another university program.
This course requires a minimum of 25 students to start. If you are interested in registering, please sign up for our email updates.
Yes, the team is already working on developing a second course, which we plan to offer in September 2022. Sign up for our email updates to stay informed.
We plan to start on September 15, 2021 (assuming there are enough students registered).
To be determined.
You will register on the McGill website. We will keep you informed about important dates and the procedure to follow. Sign up for our email updates to stay informed.
From June 1 to early September 2021.
In order to take place, this course requires a minimum of 25 registrations.
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