Documents & Resources
The Toronto Academic Health Science Network (TAHSN), through its committees and member institutions, have developed guidance and resources to support academic health science centres in managing challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guidance for TAHSN institutions in establishing or updating local Intellectual Property policies. This guideline was developed by TAHSN Research's (TAHSNr's) Intellectual Property Guideline Working Group.
Report of the Sustainable Health System Community of Practice, a collaboration of TAHSN and the Council of Health Sciences (CHS) at the University of Toronto, summarizing recent achievements and ongoing intiaititives. For more information on this and related efforts, please visit Centre for Sustainable Health System Community of Practice
TAHSN Statement on Systemic Racism in Healthcare
Acknowledgement of systemic racism, particularly anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism, in the healthcare system and a commitment to work towards the goal of eradicating it.
TAHSN Learner Orientation Guidelines and Sample Welcome Letter
TAHSN Welcome Letter Template (MS Word file)
Recommendations developed by the TAHSNe Leaner Engagement Orientation Task Force to support an excellent student experience by providing timely and relevant information to learners before they start their clinical placement. The overall goal is to create consistent communication for learners across TAHSN.
Report summarizing the findings and recommendations specific to learners’ experiences related to orientation across TAHSN. A qualitative study which identified key aspects of learners' orientation and facilitated understanding of learners' perception of preparedness for clinical placement.
TAHSN Person Centered Language for Responsive Behaviours
Guidance on person centred language which promots the use of language that is specific, objective, respectful and free of judgement or bias when describing behaviors. Document is intended to serve as a framework for hospitals to facilitate a shared understanding of the language used to describe responsive behaviours amongst inter-professional staff and care providers.