IPE Speakers Series
The Fellows Findings
The President's Fellows will present their findings based on their research and the information shared during the Speakers Series. Their White Paper on Interprofessional Education will be available in May 2014.A reception will follow the talk.
Dean Jane Kirschling
Team-Based Health Care: Are Today's Health Professions Students Going to be the Tipping Point?Throughout the United States and across the various health professions disciplines, there is a growing awareness of the importance of team-based health care. While this concept has been around for decades, there wasn't been widespread adoption across the care delivery continuum and in the array of health professions curriculum. The University of Maryland, Baltimore campus, is committed to preparing our graduates in dentistry, medicine, nursing, social work, and pharmacy for team-based health care across the continuum of care settings. We also welcome the opportunity to have future lawyers join with health professions students in advocacy and health policy work. We are confident that our alumni will contribute to the tipping point for team-based health care within our evolving health care delivery model.
Susan M. Meyer, PhD
We can’t be interprofessional by ourselves: Integrating interprofessional learning across the professions
Dr. Meyer will review the current status of interprofessional education initiatives across the US, including organizations, resources and tools, and accreditation standards and then share how advances have been made at the University of Pittsburgh over the past five years.
Carol A. Aschenbrener, MD
Preparing the Healthcare Workforce for Interprofessional Collaboration
Dr. Carol A. Aschenbrener, M.D., AAMC’s Chief Medical Education Officer, and the AAMC founding representative to the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) will share her best practices and experiences in IPE.
Madeline H. Schmitt, PhD, RN, FAAN, FNAP
Preparing Students for Interprofessional Hierarchies
Dr. Schmitt will share her immense experience and research in IPE, specifically with the University of Virginia IPE initiative.
Barbara Brandt, PhD
National Models of Interprofessional Education
Dr. Brandt will present on her research in IPE and curricular and educational change.
Lunch & Learn Workshops
In addition to the Speakers Series, Lunch & Learn workshops are offered in collaboration with the President's Student Leadership Institute (PSLI). PSLI students may attend one of the Lunch & Learn Civility Workshops to fulfill the PSLI Civility requirement. Each session is facilitated by a UM resident expert. These experts represent the various schools on UM's campus. All students, faculty, staff and community members are encouraged to attend.
Please click here for more information on the Lunch & Learn workshops.