Team Development & Roles
Health & Social Care Roles
Patient Inclusion
Professional & Cultural Respect
Wildcard Questions

100

People in this role are creative generators. They have a strong imagination and desire to be original. They prefer to be independent and approach tasks in a scientific way.

What is the Innovator?

100

This team member is responsible for patient education, advocacy, monitoring vitals, administering medication, ensuring patient safety and providing compassionate holistic care.



What is a Registered Nurse?

100

The heart of every interprofessional team.

What is the client?

100

A term that applies to all groups of people where there are common values and ways of thinking and acting that differ from those of another group (Srivastava, 2007). ________ encompasses the way you live, view things and your methods of communication.



What is Culture?

100

What does IPE stand for?

What is Interprofessional Education?

200

People in this role are known for their caring nature. They avoid conflict, foster harmony, help others and are agreeable. They are diplomatic and emphasize solidarity and team cohesion.

What is the Team Player?

200

This team member is responsible for assessing, treating and diagnosing mental health issues and related behavioural complications. Additionally, this team member works to implement on-going self-care and coping mechanisms, preventative health measures and improved quality of life.

What is a Psychologist?

200

Which team member’s role is specifically to advocate on behalf of the patient?

What is the Patient Advocate?

200

Process whereby health care professionals respect, accept, and apply knowledge and skill appropriate to client interactions without allowing their personal beliefs to influence the clients’ differing views. ________ involves maintaining a broad, objective, and open attitude toward individuals and their cultures.

What is Cultural Competence? 

200

In Canada, three groups fall under the terms Aboriginal/Indigenous. What are their names?

What are First Nations, Inuit, and, Metis?

300

People in this role are very conscientious and feel responsible for the team’s achievements. They are concerned when errors are made and tend to worry because of their controlling nature.

What is the Completer?

300

This team member helps to enable the patient to perform meaningful daily living tasks such as getting out of bed or holding a pencil after injury, illness, or a major change in life has occurred.



What is an Occupational Therapist?

300

Healthcare professionals must believe that pain is ________ to the patient.

What is subjective

300

The role of a _________ includes helping individuals understand different cultural norms, sharing knowledge about local language and culture, seeking opportunities to integrate Aboriginal knowledge, and maintaining/building community relationships.

What is a Cultural Liaison?

300

The World Health Organization defines this term as the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their own health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behaviour towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions. 



What is Health Promotion?

400

People in this role are typically extroverts by nature. They tend to be interested and curious and like to improvise and communicate their ideas with others, with little problems presenting these ideas.

What is the Explorer?

400

This team member counsels patients on the proper use and administration of medications, and ensures safe use and combination of medications.


What is a Pharmacist?

400

One of the most important components of the relationship between the healthcare professional and the patient that facilitates mutual understanding.

What is Communication?

400

Culture, gender, socioeconomic status, access to healthcare services, and geographical location are all examples of?

What are the Determinants of Health?

400

What practice uses peer-reviewed literature to guide decisions in patient care?

What is Evidence Based Practice?

500

People in this role are known for their organization skills. They tend to be efficient, practical and systematic. They are known to be disciplined and are ready to turn team ideas into actions and plans while being determined to get the job done.

What is the Executive? 

500

This team member is responsible for determining medical histories, current complaints, a medical diagnosis and treatment plan.

What is a Physician?

500

Your patient does not have capacity to make decisions for themselves due to severe cognitive impairment. Who in relation to the patient would be important to consult in deciding on the most appropriate substitute decision maker?

What is the Family?

500

_____ are the standards that we live by. They are the shared expectations and rules that guide the behaviors of people within social groups. They are learned and reinforced from parents, friends, teachers and others while growing up in a society.

What are Cultural Norms?

500

The scope of this team member's practice includes the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and assessment of individual, interpersonal and societal problems through the use of _______ knowledge, skills, interventions and strategies.

What is a Social Worker?