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Director: Jeffrey J. Borckardt, Ph.D.; Assistant Provost, Interprofessional Initiatives
The Office of Interprofessional Initiatives at MUSC is responsible for creating opportunities and implementing programs to
through the implementation of interprofessional, synergistic, team-based clinical, educational and research initiatives at MUSC.
The Office aims to integrate students and professionals across Colleges with the goal of improving satisfaction, efficiency, profitability, value, innovation, marketability and scientific rigor in all educational, clinical and research activities. The Office of Interprofessional Initiatives is served by a board of appointed Directors as well as a student advisory council and the Interprofessional/Interdisciplinary Advisory Council.
Co-Chairs: E. Pilcher & K. Ragucci
The charge of the Interprofessional/Inter-Disciplinary (IPID) Advisory Council is to build-upon and strengthen the mission of the Office of Interprofessional Initiatives by creating, evaluating, and propagating University-wide interprofessional (IP) endeavors in collaboration with the Office. Responsibilities of the Advisory Council are to advise the Directors of the Office of Interprofessional Initiatives on matters pertinent to its mission as well as generate ideas and develop programs to be evaluated and prioritized by the Office Directors. Members of the Advisory Council will be appointed by the Co-Chairs of the IPID Advisory Council and the Assistant Provost for Interdisciplinary Initiatives. Council members shall hold one-year appointments, but there will be no limits on consecutive terms served. Each Advisory Council member will represent interests related to specific Interdisciplinary foci and will work to support the intended growth and advancement of MUSC as a National leader in interprofessional education, research and clinical practice.
Bailey Beauclair, MHA 1st year, Amy Jackson, MHA 1st year, and Melissa James, PA/1st year...To find out more...
MUSC's CLARION Competition is an annual interprofessional event which provides students from different disciplines an opportunity to work together on a root cause analysis surrounding a case-based fictionalized sentinel event. At the conclusion of the competition, finalists will present their recommendations to a diverse panel of distinguished healthcare professionals....To find out more...