Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
at Washington University Medical Campus

For Students

The Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education offers a variety of educational and development opportunities for students. The center and its three collaborating institutions help students gain knowledge about health professions, while also providing students with opportunities to connect with organizations across the Washington University Medical School Campus.

The efforts of the center are truly team-based, bringing together professionals and educators from throughout the Washington University Medical Campus to improve learning and patient care.

Student Organizations

Students from all health professions have opportunities to get involved in student organizations and access development, leadership and educational opportunities.

Select an organization directory to access a list of student organization opportunities by profession.

Health Professional Student Leadership Council (HPSLC)

The Health Professional Student Leadership Council (HPSLC) focuses on the extracurricular side of interprofessionalism. HPSLC works in parallel with the CIPE to promote and advance the understanding of interprofessional collaboration between all health professions on the Washington University Medical Center campus (audiology, deaf education, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, and physical therapy).

Visit the HPSLC page to learn more!

Volunteer Opportunities

Students looking to get more involved with the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education and our collaborating institutions can take advantage of a wealth of volunteer opportunities across the St. Louis area.

Learn more about volunteer opportunities for students.

Review the current list of interprofessional curricular activities.