It is the intent of the University to encourage the development and offering of interprofessional courses. Interprofessional courses aim to prepare health professionals to be collaboration-ready to engage with people, families, and communities to support the transforming health environment. Courses constructed with this goal in mind are open to students from all colleges. They present opportunities for dialogue and collaboration that focus on effective professional performance in an ever-evolving health care environment. Courses cover a spectrum of topics and a variety of formats including experiential, team-based, online, and hybrid. Topics include health delivery models, prevention, population health, health humanities, team science, and quality of health care and address clinical, community (both urban and rural), and research settings.
Current interprofessional course offerings are described in the menu link on the left.
|Last Published with Edits:||May 3, 2017 3:52 PM|
|Last Comprehensive Review:||July 2016|