Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
at Washington University Medical Campus

Professional Development Team

The CIPE Professional Development Team is comprised of one faculty representative from each of the CIPE collaborating institutions. Professional Development Leads will guide professional development of educators and clinicians regarding interprofessional education and collaborative practice.

The goals of the Professional Development Plan are:

  • Support current efforts around interprofessional education
  • Increase awareness of interprofessional education and practice
  • Establish a common understanding and approach to interprofessional education and practice, creating a community of educators who have internalized IPE principles and think, act and teach interprofessionally
  • Influence the culture by incorporating interprofessional frameworks into daily practice models and educational environments
  • Establish strong IPE facilitation skills among interprofessional educators
  • Support an environment for interprofessional educators to model interprofessional collaborative behaviors in development of curriculum materials and in clinical practice

Current Members (AY18-19):

Heather Hageman, MBA, Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education

Judith Smith, PhD, RN, GCNS-BC, Goldfarb School of Nursing

Rebecca Stauffer, Pharm.D., St. Louis College of Pharmacy

Colleen Wallace, MD, MD Program, Washington University School of Medicine

Professional Development Team in the "Room of Horrors"
Professional Development Team in the "Room of Horrors" during the IPE 101 Workshop. Left to right: Rebecca Stauffer, Judy Smith and Colleen Wallace.

 

Visit our Resources page for a list of upcoming IPE related conferences!