This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Interprofessional education is a collaborative approach to develop healthcare students as future interprofessional team members and a recommendation suggested by the Institute of Medicine. Complex medical issues can be best addressed by interprofessional teams.
UMKC will achieve this with focus on the Triple Aim of healthcare emphasizing patient safety and individual and population health outcomes. VISION UMKC will shape the future of healthcare through high quality interprofessional learning experiences, create a culture of shared educational practice, teach and demonstrate standards for patient-centered, team-based collaborative care, and become a leader in developing interprofessional education programs that enhance patient-centered care.
Objectives Develop and implement a three-year required curriculum in IPE across all health professional programs to meet program accreditation requirements. Develop activities that are integrated within individual program courses and objectives across the health sciences.
Ensure that IPEC competencies are mapped to individual program competencies. Review evaluations by students and faculty to modify and ensure we develop valuable educational experiences for programs that meet IPE goals and objectives.
Develop activities that promote community engagement and opportunities for interprofessional teams of students to meet patient care needs for the community.
Develop New Collaborative Learning Environments at UMKC Create innovative learning environments that support IPE at UMKC including use of state-of-the-art technology, use of clinical skills and simulation strategies, novel team-based service components, and creative solutions to institutional and accreditation barriers.
Objectives Develop and implement Curriculum and Assessment IPE activities in Simulation, gaming, online learning, use of health information technology and software that incorporates Teams and Teamwork for the interprofessional teams of students.
Identify opportunities to combine other courses with similar objective between health professional programs such as Ethics, Communication, Patient Safety and Medical Terminology and encourage the use of state of the art technology to bring diverse learners together.
Advocate for similar accreditation standards across the health sciences. Promote Living-Learning environments for student engagement. Seek and secure funding to enhance simulation space and information technology to support state of the art Interprofessional Collaborative work.
Develop within UMKC and the health science schools, a commitment for funding for projects advancing IPE activities, research and service. Establish faculty promotion and tenure guidelines valuing interprofessional education activities and the support of IPE courses or electives; and establish staff evaluation guidelines supportive of IPE activities, research and service.Promoting health and wellbeing, to improve the health and social care of the public, by advancing interprofessional education (IPE).
NHS Education is working in partnership with NHS Boards in the South East region to produce an IPL Train the Trainers Toolkit.
This Toolkit contains resources to support experienced staff who are required to deliver interprofessional learning in the workplace. UMKC will shape the future of healthcare through high quality interprofessional learning experiences, create a culture of shared educational practice, teach and demonstrate standards for patient-centered, team-based collaborative care, and become a leader in developing interprofessional education programs that enhance patient-centered care.
Inter-professional teams are typical in health care, and inter-professional education has thus become more common.
This empirical study explores the instruction-related challenges when students of dentistry and oral hygiene collaborate during their internship in caring for the oral health of patients.
Apr 08, · Thus skills in working as an interprofessional team, gained through interprofessional education, are important for high-quality care. What is interprofessional education? IPE has been defined as ‘members or students of two or more professions associated with health or social care, engaged in learning with, from and about each .
Apr 08, · In the university established the Center for Health Sciences Interprofessional Education (CHSIE), in an effort to integrate better the teaching, research, and professional activities of these health science schools, the information school, and the health sciences libraries.