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									Student Feedback Questionnaire                            Program Code ________

Please return completed questionnaire by hospital mail, as described on the back of this page.

I am a student in the profession of_______________________. Total number of hours of placement_____________

1.    My placement at Sunnybrook & Women’s met my learning objectives.

      Strongly Agree         Agree              Neutral            Disagree           Strongly Disagree

Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________

2.    Staff were supportive of meeting my learning objectives.

      Strongly Agree         Agree              Neutral            Disagree           Strongly Disagree

Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________

3.    Did your orientation include information related to the concepts of:

i. Women’s Health      YES       NO        ii. Aging YES         NO       iii. Patient-focused Care Yes       NO

4.    The attitudes, behaviors and practices of the staff reflected the principles of women’s health.

      Strongly Agree         Agree              Neutral            Disagree           Strongly Disagree

Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________

5.    The attitudes, behaviors and practices of the staff reflected the principles of aging.

      Strongly Agree         Agree              Neutral            Disagree           Strongly Disagree

Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________

6.    The attitudes, behaviors and practices of the staff reflected the principles of patient-focused care.

      Strongly Agree         Agree              Neutral            Disagree           Strongly Disagree

Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________

7.    One thing I learned about interprofessional practice is______________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________________________

8.    The environmental resources, for example space, computers, shuttle bus, and library facilities, support learning

      Strongly Agree         Agree              Neutral            Disagree           Strongly Disagree

Comments:_________________________________________________________________________________

9.    I would recommend Sunnybrook & Women’s as a placement for fellow students

     Strongly Agree          Agree              Neutral            Disagree           Strongly Disagree

Comments:____________________________________________________________________________________

10. The best thing about my placement was_________________________________________________________

11. The one thing I would improve about my placement was_____________________________________________

Additional Comments:
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                                           MISSION STATEMENT

To create an academic centre of excellence, that in partnership with its communities and fully affiliated
with the University of Toronto, ensures a full-range of high-quality, values-based, patient-centred
services, and is a leader in women’s health.

Patient-Centred Care
Patient-Centred Care means that staff at S&W will work together to create a hospital where all persons
feel valued and respected.
As staff of S&W, we will: listen to people and pay attention to the things patients say are important to their
health and life; respect patients, residents, and families as partners in care; refrain from judging and
labeling people and we will not try to control or manipulate their choices. We will take actions that address
the patient’s priorities, needs, and concerns. It is our belief that clients/patients are the best judges of
quality of care and therefore, we will consistently seek input from individuals and families about their
views and recommendations for improvement in care and service at S&W. We will formally document
patient and family perspectives, wishes and evaluations.

Women’s Health
Women’s Health involves the emotional, social and physical well-being of women and is determined by
the social, political and economic context of their lives, as well as by biology. Women’s Health is devoted
to facilitating the preservation of wellness and the prevention of illness in women, and includes screening,
diagnosis and management of conditions which are unique to women, are more common in women, are
more serious in women, have manifestations and risk factors of intervention which are different in women.
As staff of S&W, we will: evaluate the effect of personal biases and limitations that have resulted from
socialization, gender and racial stereotypes; recognize the existence of power differentials in
relationships, especially those between health care providers and patients; behave in ways that enhance
empowerment of the patient and minimize the hierarchical nature of that relationship; and use gender
sensitive language and behaviour to minimize the negative impact of gender stereotypes and to foster
respect for the equality, individuality and value of all people.

Aging
Aging refers to the physical, social and psychological well-being of elderly adults. Aging and geriatrics is
devoted to studying and caring for elderly persons who are most vulnerable to health problems, because
of physical health issues or critical psychological and social support issues. It is concerned with facilitating
the understanding and care of elderly in whom diseases present differently, where treatment is different,
where recovery is different and where the existence of health problems impacts quality of life and social
supports differently.
As staff of S&W, we will: recognize the unique ways in which illness manifests in elderly individuals, and
how this affects interactions with health care providers; seek to understand and identify ways that health
care providers can facilitate care of the elderly with atypical disease presentations; promote the
elimination of diagnostic and treatment decisions being made on the basis of age alone, but rather
decisions being made based on health status and evidence; demonstrate an understanding of the critical
interdependence of health, social supports and community in the lives of the elderly, and appreciate the
impact that changes in any one of these has on the quality of life of the individual.

Thank you for your feedback.


Please fold completed questionnaire with the following address on the outside, staple and return
via hospital mail to:

                                        PAC OFFICE
                                    SUNNYBROOK CAMPUS
                                          H-206

								
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