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 2018-2019 Master Interprofessional Educators!

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Goldfarb School of Nursing
Deirdre Schweiss, DNP, RN, CPNP
Christopher Guelbert, DNP, MHA, RN
Kelly Hantack, MSN, RN, CPN

On June 6, the second cohort of Master Interprofessional Educators was inducted. Christopher, Kelly and Deirdre have completed the requirements to receive this designation. Join us teaching this Fall and learn how you can become a Master Interprofessional Educator!

 

Meet our inaugural group of Master Interprofessional Educators

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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.