Skill Building with Simulated Patient

Practice Skills

Skill Building with Simulated Patient

Spaces Available
Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

In this two hour (2 hour) session, up to 6 individuals who have previously taken a Choices and Changes: Motivating Healthy Behaviour workshop will practice skills with a simulated patient and receive coaching support.

This session will be facilitated by one of the four health care professionals who are the only individuals in North America trained to deliver this unique learning experience. During the session, participants will:

  • Review material learned in the C&C training
  • Practice C&C skills by working with an actor who will simulate patients
  • Receive feedback on ways to improve skills learned in the C&C workshop from the facilitators

Registrants must be previous Choices and Changes Workshop participants.

Wednesday, January 8, 2020
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Registration available till Friday, January 3, 2020



  • Bloor and Bathurst
  • Upon registration we will provide detailed information with direction and location

Workshop Registration

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Guidelines for Participation in the Practice Brief Action Planning Skills workshop In order to benefit from this workshop, we ask you to:

  • Come to the session as registered
  • Take care of your needs (stand up, stretch, leave the room)
  • Make S.M.A.R.T goals based on the content delivered
  • Be respectful of others and their ideas
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Turn off your cell phones/pagers
  • Participate in group discussion

Informed consent
I grant permission to Choose Health-Toronto Central, c/o South Riverdale Community Health Centre:

  1. To contact me in the future for the purposes of providing self management related updates, such as additional programming, events, training, and research opportunities.
  2. To share de-identified information collected in the workshop with external partners for the purpose of ongoing evaluation and quality improvement of the program.
  3. To request responses via email, if applicable, to evaluation tools.

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