Service-Learning

Address a community need in a reciprocal partnership through the integration of course content, academic theory and assessed critical reflection to produce meaningful outcomes in personal, academic and civic learning.

Service-Learning at Brock

Consider these examples of service-learning experiences and projects designed by faculty and instructors at Brock.

Instructor: Dr. Madelyn Law, Associate Professor

Courses:

  • HLSC 3P31 – Applied Projects in Health Quality Improvement
  • HLSC 4F91 – Health Quality Improvement Special Projects

Program: Health Sciences, Medical Sciences, Community Health, Public Health, Child Health

CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTH CARE

Spanning two years and 1.5 credits, student in Dr. Law’s courses are designed to provide students – future health professionals – with the opportunity to learn about quality improvement, change, and leadership in an interprofessional education model that helps to bridge interprofessional relationships and understanding within the context of health care systems and quality improvement. As part of the Interprofessional Education for Quality Improvement Program (I-EQUIP), the service-learning
projects in HLSC 3P31 and 4F91 bring together students and health professionals to implement and sustain improvements in the health system.

Learn more about some of the IEQUIP projects:

Instructor: Dr. Mary-Beth Raddon, Associate Professor

Courses: SOCI/CANA 2F60 – Foundations for Community Engagement

Program: Sociology, Canadian Studies

INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITIES OF NIAGARA THROUGH SERVICE-LEARNING