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Faculty Member

Francisco Ibáñez-​Carrasco

Email Address(es)
francisco.ibanez.carrasco(at)utoronto.ca
Website(s)
Universities Without Walls
Division(s)/Institute(s)
Social & Behavioural Health Sciences Division
Position
Adjunct Lecturer
SGS Status
Associate (Restricted) Member

Photo of Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco

Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco PhD (He/Him). (I look angry on this pic, but I am not :)

You can make an appointment with me here

I’m Latinx-Canadian. I am an Assistant Professor in Learning Innovations at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto (2020 -2021) and member of The Canada-International HIV and Rehabilitation Research Collaborative (CIHRRC).

Since 2009, I have trained 70+ emerging socio-behavioral HIV researchers, 200+ community leaders, and designed 25+ E-modules in Universities Without Walls (WWW.UWOW.CA). You can read our latest publication here https://bit.ly/UWWpaper2020 (Links to an external site).

My research expertise is in patient-oriented community-based research, Knowledge Transfer and Exchange (KTE), rehabilitation in the context of HIV and E-learning. I am passionate about collaborative learning through, and with, all media and modes.

What does eLearning look like? (click on pics below!!) 

Digital Storytelling

Photo of Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco as a child and their mother

Knowledge, Transfer and Exchange (KTE)

The HIV Compass pilot KTE

eModules on topics that matters to students

A screenshot of a website titled "Presenting Online"

Collaborative eModules on topics that matter to researchers

A screenshot of a website, with a photo of a street and a sign that says "DRUGS"

Online conferences (synchronous, live!)

A screenshot of the "Positive Effect" webpage

Work done by students (Instagram example)

A screenshot of an instagram post, with the words "Tips to Date Serodiscordantly"

Instagram work my students did in the Summer of 2020 https://www.instagram.com/oppositesattractto/ (Links to an external site)

My non/fiction focuses on autopathography — the patient’s tale (http://francisco-ibanez-carrasco.ca – Links to an external site.). I have lived with HIV since 1986 and worked in the HIV movement in Canada since 1989. This means, I have seen the good, the bad and the ugly of the AIDS pandemic in Canada.

In my spare time, I train in “animal flow”, plyometrics, and I roll with the punches too!

You can make an appointment with me by clicking here https://bit.ly/FranciscoBookingsDLSPH (Links to an external site).