Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
at Washington University Medical Campus

Master Interprofessional Educator

Calling all interprofessional champions! The Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education's professional development goal is to create a core cadre of well-trained IPE educators across our seven educational programs. In doing so, they will meet accreditation standards, produce scholarship and enhance the education culture to best prepare learners to practice in interprofessional settings throughout their careers.

Read more in the Master Interprofessional Educator section below.

Master Interprofessional Educator

Calling all interprofessional champions! The Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education's professional development goal is to create a core cadre of well-trained IPE educators across our seven educational programs. In doing so, they will meet accreditation standards, produce scholarship and enhance the education culture to best prepare learners to practice in interprofessional settings throughout their careers.


If this is of interest to you, the first step is to complete our upcoming IPE 101 Workshop held two times a year.
NOTE: If you attended the University of Toronto’s ehpic® training in February 2017, you’ve already completed this requirement.

To become a Master Interprofessional Educator, professionals must also:

  1. Attend the center’s IPE 201: Managing Challenging Scenarios Workshop – putting IPE 101 into practice!
  2. Participate in at least three continuing education events at the center per academic year (July-June). (IPE 201 counts as a workshop in the first year.) These could include:
  3. Deliver quality teaching in at least one center-sponsored IPE activity per academic year (July-June). Activities include:
    • First-Year IPE Experience (must participate in all 3 two-hour sessions for a given semester).
    • Standardized Patient Team Experience.
    • Center Curriculum Development Team experiences (e.g., Independent Living Center Experience or Transitions of Care Experience).
    • Other activities as developed by the center.

Those educators who have already fulfilled the above requirements will be invited to become Master Interprofessional Educators in the spring. If you have questions, you can ask one of the members of the center's Professional Development Team

Second Cohort Completes the Facilitating IPE 101 Workshop

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

 

In February 2018, the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education’s Professional Development Team launched a new workshop adapted from the three day Facilitating IPE 101 workshop held in 2017.

In the condensed one-day workshop participants learned about the IPE competencies and the emerging CIPE longitudinal curriculum, implicit bias and the stereotypes of professions, the culture of teams, and facilitation and debriefing skills. 

10 of the CIPE's academic and clinical partners completed this foundational workshop. Wokshop attendees include: Joan Davis (Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health, AT Still University), Meghan Doherty (WUSM), Susan Fliesher (GSON), Gabriel Gomez (WUSM), Megan Gauthier (WUSM), Kaytlin Reedy-Rogier (St. Louis Integrated Health Network), Sarah Bundren (GSON), Valerie Lunsford (GSON), Deirdre Schweiss (GSON), Justin Chen (WUSM).

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

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.