An e-learning course (on the Internet) offering a training in interdisciplinary family intervention was developed and evaluated. This article presents the results of the course’s evaluation regarding the Web site’s structure, the educational strategies and the acquired knowledge. A descriptive study was realized. Seventeen health care professionals working in acute and rehabilitation care participated in it. The data were collected by a questionnaire, a semi structured interview before and after the course and the analysis of the refl ective journals of the participants. Finally, the course appears to be an excellent educational resource. The educational strategies, centred on the learners, led to co-learning of refl ective practice and partnership skills.