Please read the following information to understand the incident notification process and the two types of insurance available to students on unpaid internships. For students who need to complete the forecourting process, ParaMed currently applies only additional time. These can be arranged by phone at 519-439-2222 x4292 and ParaMed guides you through the process. When all your vaccinations are complete, go to your local health care provider to complete and sign the clinical/field pre-placement form for health services. Note: Please set proof of blood work – Students who require a standard first aid certification, and CPR certification can do so from August. Please contact jbourque@fanshawec.ca if you need a list of approved suppliers. Report an injury or illness incident to unpaid interns by following the following link: In the fall of 2013, the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) streamlined its process and modified the documents used for students on unpaid internships. The guidelines are available at the www.tcu.gov.on.ca/pepg/publications/placement.html. Fanshawe has partnered with ParaMed`s accessories program. ParaMed provides authorization for all your medical and non-medical records for clinical and field pre-placement.

Note: Students at the Simcoe and Huron/Bruce campuses will not be removed by ParaMed. Please contact your campus for more information. Prior to the internship, all students participating in an unpaid student internship must sign a Memorandum of Understanding to recognize that adequate insurance, as described above, is provided. The student program coordinator ensures the signature of the return and maintains the form one year after the end of the program. The following information describes the approximate costs associated with each section of the clinical health form/pre-placement field. In the event of student injury or illness while participating in placement activities, MAESD will continue to offer free insurance to students. Students` rights are guaranteed in the same way as the employer`s worker claims; For example, students who are hosted by a WSIB employer are covered by WSIB insurance and students who are housed with an employer not registered with the WSIB by the INA ace. Your future career in health sciences, nursing and community studies requires that you meet certain health and safety standards before you can begin your first clinical/field internship.

What for? Important: Your requirements vary depending on the program you choose. These conditions are non-negotiable and the defects identified must be filled before the start of the investment. The ParaMed process is confidential and all pre-investment costs are your responsibility. If you have any questions about pre-placement requirements, please contact our pre-placement coordinator. Once the Clinical/Field Health Form has been signed, go to:fanshawe.com.com to make an appointment with ParaMed. Visit cprinlondon.ca/n95-mask-fit-test/ for information on mask adaptation tests. Get the Clinical/Field Pre-Placement Health Shape from your program. Go to: www.fanshawec.ca/preplacement.Read and print. You can find more information in our FAQs or during an interview with your pre-placement coordinator. Tip: Check the menu on the right and read everything under the title « Pre-placement Process » to familiarize yourself with your program`s pre-placement requirements. Investments are mandatory. If you do not meet your pre-placement requirements, you cannot participate in your internship.

If you do not complete your clinical/field internship, you will not complete your program. Any questions? Please contact our pre-placement coordinator. Make an appointment with a family physician, the Fowler Kennedy Clinic or your local medical clinic: If the student has any questions, the Return to Work College Coordinator can be reached at 519-452-4430 ext.