- Health research with “patients” as “peer researchers”.
- Cognitive and physical maintenance for those of us ageing with chronic episodic medical conditions such as mood disorders, HIV and MS.
- Participatory knowledge mobilization of research evidence and “lived experience” for all audiences
- AI, hybrid, blended, flipped, digitized, mobile learning for all!
Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco PhD (He/Him).
In the fall of 2023 (September), I am thrilled to be teaching “Health Promotion 1” and “CHL5807H: Health Communication.”
I’m Latinx-Canadian, queer, Assistant Professor in Learning Innovations at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto and member of The Canada-International HIV and Rehabilitation Research Collaborative (CIHRRC). I engage in patient-oriented and community-based research and Knowledge Mobilization (KMb). See our HIV in MOTION studies funded by CIHR and the OHTN (2020-2023). I am passionate about collaborative learning through all media and modalities. I have lived with HIV since 1986 and worked in the HIV movement in Canada since 1989. I have documented the good, the bad and the ugly of the AIDS pandemic in Canada in fiction and non-fiction. I love functional workouts with steel clubs, tornado bags, and kettle bells.
IF YOU ASK ME, E-LEARNING, ONLINE LEARNING AND HYBRID LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS ROCK!
- Micro-learnings galore! See what you can learn in 5 minutes, seriously, while having fun!
- Self-directed learning eModules for everyone
- Social media and eLearning: See fab work done by students (Instagram example). Work done by students in the Summer of 2020 https://www.instagram.com/oppositesattractto/ (Links to an external site)