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The Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) regularly hosts faculty teams at the spring and fall institute.
- Spring 2018 — Building a Framework for Collaboration
- Fall 2017 — Advancing and Sustaining Your Program for Collaborative Practice
- Spring 2017 — Building a Framework for Collaboration
Congratulations to our Fall 2017 IPEC Team
Design and Implementation of a Novel Interactive Application to Enhance Learning of Antimicrobial Spectrum of Activity
- Kimberly Claeys, PharmD, BCPS (SOP)
- Neha Sheth Pandit, PharmD, AAHIVP,BCPS (SOP)
- Roseann Velez, DNP,CRNP,FNP-BC, FAANP (SON)
- Jacqueline Bork, MD (SOM)
Congratulations to our Spring 2017 IPEC Team
IPE Care in Geriatrics – Increasing Opportunities for Introductory Educational Programs
- Daniel Mansour, PharmD, BCGP, FASCP (SOP)
- Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP, FAAN, FAANP (SON)
- Sarah Dee Holmes, MSW (SSW)
- Everett Smith Jr., LGSW (SSW)
The director (Jane Kirschling) and co-directors (Heather Congdon and Dave Mallott) of the UMB Center for Interprofessional Education would like to invite you to prepare a brief (no more than one page) proposal indicating your interest in participating in this faculty development opportunity.
The proposal should include a brief description of the proposed IPE project that the team will design and implement as a result of participating in the institute. The team selected to represent UMB will be asked to submit a proposal for seed grant funding from the center for up to $15,000 to support the IPE initiative in coming years.
Makeup of Teams
The team members identified in the proposal must represent at least three health profession disciplines. One member of the team can be from another University System of Maryland university if they are representing a discipline other than those offered at UMB. The team should range in size from three to five members.
All costs associated with attendance will be covered by the UMB Center for Interprofessional Education, and typically one team for the spring and one team for the fall institute will be selected to participate from UMB.
The overall goal of the IPEC effort is to create faculty champions who can enhance interprofessional curricula, learning experiences, and assessment of learners. Faculty across the health disciplines will join together to explore how to embed such content into their curriculum. Upon returning to their home institutions, it is expected that workshop participants will help to develop faculty teams with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement an interprofessional education project. A final report will be due within 18 months of the conference.