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Identifying pedagogical approaches used to address complex and transdisciplinary topics: a protocol for a scoping review

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Title: Identifying pedagogical approaches used to address complex and transdisciplinary topics: a protocol for a scoping review
Author: Gandhi, Radhika K.; Parmley, Jane; Reniers, Jennifer; Olea-Popelka, Francisco; McMullen, Carrie; Clow, Katie
Department: Department of Population Medicine
Abstract: Climate change is a major global event that has and will continue to pose significant animal, human, and environmental challenges across the globe (Watts et al., 2019). The One Health approach, which acknowledges the interconnectedness of health and promotes collaboration between different disciplines, is needed to generate holistic solutions to complex, transdisciplinary issues like climate change. To successfully apply the approach, health professionals need to have specific knowledge, skills, and attributes; these have been identified as One Health core competencies (Larsen, 2021; Parmley & Clow, in preparation; Togami et al., 2018). The next step is to identify appropriate pedagogical approaches that facilitate the development of these core competencies. A scoping review will aid in identifying existing pedagogical strategies used to address complex and transdisciplinary topics across different disciplines in institutes of higher education. The scoping review findings will enable researchers at the University of Guelph to integrate evidence-based pedagogical practices into their teaching that promote the development of the One Health core competencies in students.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10214/26776
Date: 2022-02-25
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