Faculty Development

The Center for Interprofessional Education sponsors an annual Faculty Development Day to enable faculty to improve their interprofessional education (IPE) skills and learn how to integrate IPE in the classroom and practice environments.  The program begins with a panel of previous IPE Seed Grant recipients who tell their story about continuing their project and is followed by three break-out learning sessions.  It also brings together faculty who are interested in networking with others regarding opportunities offered by the Center for Interprofessional Education.

Sixth Annual Faculty Development Day

The Sixth Annual IPE Faculty Development Day was held on January 31, 2018 in the School of Pharmacy. Faculty and staff from the UMB schools attended, along with staff from HS/HSL.  Also attending were nurses from the University of Maryland Medical Center and faculty from the University of Maryland, College Park.  The half-day session began with a keynote panel presentation followed by three breakout learning sessions: Introductory Session: IPE 101-Designing IPE Projects; Intermediate Session: Cultural Competence for Health and Human Service Providers; and Advanced Session: Sustain, Evaluate and Measure Assessment.  These sessions helped faculty improve their IPE skills and learn how to integrate IPE in the classroom.

Breakout Group Cultural Competence