Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
at Washington University Medical Campus

Educators

The efforts of the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education are truly team-based. We need involvement from everyone at our three collaborating institutions.

Congratulations to the Inaugural Cohort of our Facilitating IPE 101 Workshop!


In February 2017, 28 of the CIPE's academic and clinical partners completed a 3-day workshop, Facilitating IPE 101. The workshop, officially entitled Educating Health Professionals in Interprofessional Care (ehpic), was conducted by the University of Toronto's Centre for Interprofessional Education. Workshop participants may access additional resources on the secure BOX site.

"A fantastic group of committed individuals were in that room! We are very lucky to have them as champions."
Tricia Berry, STLCOP

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Pictured from left to right: Heather Hageman (CIPE), Dorothy Andriole (WUSM), Alison Stevens (STLCOP), Stephanie Crist (STLCOP), Lisa Garrett (WUSM), Lori Meier (GSON), Kelly Hantack (GSON), Kay Mueggenburg (GSON), Erica Crannage (STLCOP), Duana Russell-Thomas (WUSM), Becca Bragg (STLCOP), Gloria Grice (STLCOP), Colleen Wallace (WUSM), Deborah Birk (GSON), Sara Kimmel (GSON), Judy Smith (GSON), Sandi Burke (GSON), Lee Jerls (GSON), Kay Horner (WUSM), Sue Tucker (WUSM), Teri Boyd (GSON), Carolyn Dufault (WUSM), Holly Diesel (GSON), Vicki Kaskutas (WUSM), Doug Char (WUSM)

Attendees not pictured: Tricia Berry (STLCOP), Brenda Gleason (STLCOP), Heidi Prather (WUSM), Andrew White (WUSM)

The workshop kicked off a set of professional development opportunities for our growing interprofessional community, including a monthly workshop series led by our Professional Development Team.

Professional Development Opportunities

Professional Organizations:


The American Interprofessional Health Collaborative wants you!

Being a member of the AIHC connects you to the cutting edge of interprofessional education and practice. Join a force of trailblazers setting the stage for interprofessional education and practice.

Why be a member?

  • Free access to informative webinars and vodcasts that outline the latest and greatest in interprofessional education and practice from leaders in the field.
  • Discount rates at important interprofessional conferences including:
  • Invitations to special member-only events at CAB and the Nexus Summit conferences
  • Access to unique and supportive programming:
    • AIHC-National Center Faculty Mentor Program
    • Networking through AIHC Community Groups
  • Newsletters on the latest innovations and progress of the AIHC
  • Opportunities for national service in the field of interprofessional education and practice
    • Volunteer to support AIHC in a variety of cutting edge initiatives to advance interprofessional education and practice

Renew or Join Today!

CIPE Opportunities:


The CIPE hosts a series of workshops on a regular basis. Check our Events page for upcoming opportunities.

Upcoming IPE Conferences:

Please check back for updates.

Review the current list of interprofessional curricular activities.

Learn about the CIPE Professional Development Team.

Review local and national resources in IPE.

Sign up as a facilitator for First-Year IPE Sessions!

First-Year IPE Session facilitators are needed for every Fall and Spring semester, and we ask that you commit to working all three sessions for the semester in which you participate. Your commitment includes three 2-hour IPE Sessions; new facilitators are also required to attend a 1-hour training. To learn more about our First-Year Sessions, please visit the IPE Curricular Activities page. For further information, and to sign up as a facilitator, please contact the CIPE's Coordinator.

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