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.

Meet our inaugral group of Master Interprofessional Educators

Master Interprofessional Educator

Pictured from left to right: Gloria Grice (STLCOP), Alison Stevens (STLCOP), Judy Smith (GSON), Colleen Wallace (WUSM), Tricia Berry (STLCOP), Duana Russell-Thomas (WUSM), Susan Fliesher (GSON) and Kay Mueggenburg (GSON).

Not pictured: Douglas Char (WUSM), Stephanie Crist (STLCOP), Holly Diesel (GSON), Carolyn Dufault (WUSM), Rebecca Stauffer (STLCOP).

 

Become a Master Interprofessional Educator

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Learn: IPE 101 and IPE 201 are typically taught once per year.

Participate: CIPE continuing education events include: attending monthly CIPE-sponsored workshops, serving on standing CIPE committees, running an IP educational activity for learners, and attending an external IPE focused conference/ workshop.

Teach: IPE required curriculum, IPE electives, or teach IPE in our own courses.