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Foundations of IPE Course
The Foundations of Interprofessional Education and Practice Course will be offered during the 2018-19 academic year to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, master’s entry-to-practice Clinical Nurse Leader, Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Dental Surgery, Dental Hygiene, Medical Doctor, and Doctor of Physical Therapy programs. Faculty from the schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy will work with interprofessional student groups who will be completing introductory interprofessional education content through six modules (three face to face and three online, delivered via Blackboard) during the fall and spring semesters.
Criteria for Applying
Full-time UMB faculty member with interest in facilitating interprofessional education.
Faculty will need to be able to commit to 20-30 hours across the two semesters. Each school will decide whether the faculty selected for this course will receive $2,500 as a salary stipend or for professional development. Each school reserves the right to use the funding to benefit the school if this teaching assignment is within the faculty member’s workload.