Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
at Washington University Medical Campus

All Events

Green text indicates curricular events
Blue text indicates CIPE-sponsored professional development events
Orange text indicates student events
Black text indicates community events

 

IPE 101
February 23rd, 8:30am-4:00pm
Washington University School of Medicine, Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Room 401
Participants will learn 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. This is meant to be a foundational workshop which will be supplemented by our monthly workshop series on specific skills. Please register by February 16th.

NOTE—This workshop is a modified version of the University of Toronto’s three-day ehpic® training that was offered in February 2017.

Connecting with Communities of Color: Panel Discussion
February 28, 5-7pm
St Louis College of Pharmacy, ARB 222
People of color continue to face significant health disparities in utilization and access to care in the United States. As healthcare practitioners, it is necessary to be informed and to work to strengthen the skills that allow us to build connectivity with the patients we serve. This panel discussion will provide all attendees with information and tools to enhance their understanding of the need to provide culturally-aware patient-centered care to reduce disparities and increase access, quality, and utilization of care for patients of color.

PE & UES Credit Eligible.
RSVP to Alechia Abioye
Learn More

Curricular Activity: Medicine-Physical Therapy Patient Transfer
February 28th and March 1st
This experience was newly developed in the Spring of 2016. It is an elective for year-three physical therapy students and is required for year-two medical students. The PT students teach the MD students safe handling techniques for moving patients in bed, to and from examination tables, and in and out of wheelchairs.

Patient Safety & Quality Symposium
March 9th, 8:00am-4:00pm
Eric P. Newman Education Center, Medical Campus
The eighth annual Patient Safety & Quality Symposium, sponsored by Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, will be held March 9, 2018. This year’s theme is Every Person, Every Moment: High Reliability in Patient-Centered Care. Overall objectives of this year’s symposium are to:

  1. Identify how patient engagement can improve clinical outcomes and decrease patient safety events.
  2. Apply tools and lessons learned for local Patient and Family Advisory Council groups.
  3. Summarize the importance of a patient’s experience in their own health outcomes.
  4. Discuss how patient and family engagement ties to a highly reliable organization.

Register here.

Tau lota Research Day 2018
March 29th, 1:00pm-5:00pm
Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College
GSON Honor Society Research Day. GSON invites you to their March 29, 2018 Research Day on Transitional Care. Learn More

Curricular Activity: Standardized Patient Team Experience
April 13th
This session is a hands-on experience with multiple healthcare professions (medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy and physical therapy). Students practice novel ways a healthcare team can function in order to effectively and efficiently care for a hospitalized patient/client. Interprofessional student teams determine how to work together to take a history and physical and develop a care plan for a standardized patient; the experience is then debriefed by an interprofessional faculty team. The goal for this session is to develop an integrated, interprofessional treatment plan that reflects the roles and strengths of each member of the care team as well as the needs of the patient, and to become more aware of communication strategies that promote teamwork.

Patient Centered Outcomes Research Center Symposium
April 25th, 8:00am-4:00pm
Eric P. Newman Education Center, Medical Campus
The 8th Annual PCOR Symposium at Washington University will focus on "Patient-Centered Perspectives on Precision Medicine and Precision Prevention." Abstract submissions are due February 2nd. Learn more.