Courses & Activities: 2021-2022 IPE Offerings

In collaboration with its school/program partners, the UW CIPE provides a live list of current IPE and cross-profession educational offerings for students, faculty, staff, and practitioners at UW-Madison and our partners. Please be advised that the UW CIPE is relying on the school/program partners to contribute to update the list.

Current UW IPE Offerings

UW CIPE Competency Modules

The UW CIPE Modules are developed in collaboration with our schools/program partners based on the Interprofessional Practice Collaborative (IPEC) Competency Domains: Interprofessional Teamwork and Team-based Practice, Interprofessional Communication Practices, Values and Ethics for Interprofessional Practice, and Roles and Responsibilities for Collaborative Practice.

The intent of this series of modules is to advance students’ acquisition of collaborative practice competencies as defined by the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) in order to meet escalating accreditation standards for interprofessional education (IPEC, 2016). Each UW CIPE Module targets one IPEC core competency and a number of related sub-competencies.

UW CIPE acknowledges that achieving competence in collaborative practice is a complex, developmental, life-long learning process. That said, the overarching goal of each module is to provide students with core knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will facilitate development towards competence in interprofessional collaborative practice. These modules are integrated into different courses at each program.  More information to come!

UW CIPE Competency Modules – Dates for 2021-2022:

One Live Session:

  • Date & Time: Monday, September 13 at 5:15-6:45pm
  • Locations: Virtual – Canvas Zoom
  • Program Participants: Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy and Social Work
  • Year of Education: Year 1 Students

Two Live Sessions:

  • Dates & Times: Monday, October 4 and October 11 at 5:15-6:45pm
  • Locations: Virtual – Canvas Zoom
  • Program Participants: Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant and Social Work
  • Year of Education: Year 1 and 2 Students

One Live Session:

  • Date & Time: Monday, March 28 at 5:45pm–7:15pm
  • Locations: Virtual – Canvas Zoom
  • Program Participants: Genetic Counseling, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Public Health and Social Work Students
  • Year of Education: Year 1 (and 2) Students

Two Live Sessions:

  • Dates & Times: Monday, February 7 and February 21 at 5:15-6:45pm
  • Locations: Virtual – Canvas Zoom
  • Program Participants: Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy and Social Work
  • Year of Education: Year 1 (and 2) Students

IPE Courses for the 2021-22 Academic Year:

NACHP is excited to announce and share the Spring 2022 course for their American Indian health elective:

Title: MED-SC930 American Indian Health, History and Tribal Governance

10-week, 1 credit course

Course Directors/Co-Instructors:  Dr. Bret Benally Thompson and Danielle Yancey

Eligibility:  Graduate level health professional degree students and Phase 1 MD students

Course Capacity:  Space is limited with priority given to NACHP students and students planning to complete a tribal clinic rotation in alignment with the Indians into Medicine grant. Students must complete this “Request to Enroll” form and will be notified by NACHP if they have been approved to enroll in the course.

Description: An introductory, inter-professional course designed to provide health professions students with foundational knowledge regarding the history, structures, and key health priorities of Wisconsin tribal nations delivered by a wide range of faculty and guest experts.

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe key elements and events which shape the history of Wisconsin tribes
  • Explain, distinguish, compare and contrast the key health priorities for various Wisconsin tribes
  • Describe the role that upstream determinants of tribal health, including environment and culture play in shaping tribal health outcomes
  • Identify how policies and tribal, state and federal systems impact Wisconsin tribal health
  • Explore the role of trauma-informed care for communities which have experienced trauma, specifically describing how historical trauma affects the health of Wisconsin tribal communities

Please contact Danielle L. Yancey, MS if you have any questions or for more information: www.med.wisc.edu/nachp | www.facebook.com/nativeamericancenterforhealthprofessions

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