UW CIPE and Teaching Academy Joint Dual Distinguished Fellowship
The UW Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (UW CIPE) and the UW–Madison Teaching Academy are excited to announce the inaugural application of the Joint Dual UW CIPE and Teaching Academy IPE Distinguished Fellowship. Up to three honorary distinguished fellowships will be awarded to faculty members, academic staff, and professional students in recognition of their excellence in IPE teaching, practice, research, and/or leadership at UW-Madison and beyond.
The Joint Distinguished IPE Fellowship Award is for five years with a possibility for renewal as a life-long UW IPE Distinguished Fellow.
This year application will be open from May 3rd, and prospective applicants should submit their online application by August 23, 2021.
In order to be eligible for this joint dual fellowship, the applicants need to meet the following criteria:
- Be a Member (or eligible to be a Member) of UW–Madison Teaching Academy.
- Provide evidence of exemplary achievement and contribution to interprofessional practice, education, research, and/or leadership (in two or more aforementioned areas).
- Provide evidence of active engagement and commitment towards advancing IPE at UW–Madison through the work of UW CIPE.
To learn more about the application, please review the Application Guidelines here.
To apply, please submit your online application here.
UW CIPE Knowledge Exchange Series (KES) Program
UW CIPE Interprofessional Knowledge Exchange Series (KES) Program
In an effort to facilitate interprofessional dialogue and discussion at UW–Madison and its clinical/community partners, UW CIPE has developed the Interprofessional Knowledge Exchange Series (KES) program. The program highlights invited expert panels from different professions/programs to share and engage the audience in an interprofessional conversation around a selected subject matter. The KES topics are chosen based on the suggestions and/or the needs of our population, which include students, faculty, staff, clinicians, and community partners. We welcome your suggestions for our future KES sessions. Please send us an email at email@example.com with your topic suggestions.
Fall 2020 KES Events
Interprofessional Knowledge Exchange Series on Diabetes: Blood Sugar Rising Panel Discussion
The UW CIPE, in collaboration with UW SMPH Academic Affairs, is pleased to announce the new date for the Interprofessional Knowledge Exchange session on diabetes. The KES Blood Sugar Rising Panel Discussion will be hosted on November 19th from 4:00 pm-5:30 pm using Zoom. This is a free event and is open to all students, faculty, staff, clinicians and community partners.
Please RSVP at www.cipe.wisc.edu/kes-bsr-paneldiscussion by Nov 16th.
Our panelists for this event include:
• Dawn Belt Davis, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Director of Research, Director, UW–Madison Comprehensive Diabetes Center, Department of Medicine - Division of Endocrinology; Section Chief, Endocrinology, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
• Gwen Klinkner, DNP, RN, BC-ADM, CDCES, Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist, UW Health
• Sarah Kruger, DNP, RN, Professor Emeritus, UW-Madison School of Nursing
• Eva M. Vivian, PharmD, PhD, MS, CDCES, BC-ADM, FADCES, Professor (CHS), UW–Madison, School of Pharmacy
• Denise L Walbrandt Pigarelli, PharmD, BC-ADM, RPh, B.S. Pharm, Associate Professor (CHS), Chair, School of Pharmacy Curriculum Committee
• Rene Walters, MS, CDE, RDN-CD, Diabetes Supervisor, Endocrinology-West Clinic
KES - Interprofessional Team-Based Care: An Interactive Virtual Workshop for UW-Madison Pre-Health Students
UW CIPE, in collaboration with the Center for Pre-Health Advising (CPHA) and our program/schools partners (from Genetic Counseling, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, and Physical Therapy) hosted a virtual interactive workshop for pre-health students at UW-Madison on October 21st from 4-5 pm using Zoom. The workshop featured an introduction to IPE, panelists opening remarks, small- and large-group case-based discussions about interprofessional team-based care, and a final panel discussion (Q&A with panelists). More than 30 students participated in this workshop.
The following panelists included:
• Genetic Counseling: April Hall, PhD, MS, CGC - Genetic Counselor; Associate Director of Research; Member, Admissions Committee, UW–Madison Genetic Counseling Training Program
• Medicine: Mary McSweeney, MD - Associate Professor CHS; Assistant Dean for MD Admissions
• Nursing: Valerie Thomas, BS, MN, RN, CNL - Doctor of Nursing Practice Student-Adult/Gerontological Acute Care
• Occupational Therapy: Alexia Rebne, OTD, MS, OTR/L - Admissions Coordinator; Clinical Instructor, UW–Madison OT Program; OT Practitioner SSM Health
• Pharmacy: Susanne Barnett, PharmD, BCPS - Associate Professor of Pharmacy; Co-Director of Interprofessional Education, UW–School of Pharmacy; Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Pharmacist, Madison VA
• Physical Therapy: Amy Schubert, DPT - Physical Therapist; Director of Admissions and Faculty Associate, UW-Madison DPT Program
• Physical Therapy: Deonna Suiter, PTA - Clinical Education Assistant, UW–Madison DPT Program
UW CIPE would like to thank the student participants, the panelists, the planning team, and the CPHA for their participation, contribution, and collaboration in this KES session.
KES – Exclusive Screening of the Born to Be Documentary Event
UW CIPE, in collaboration with its partners (UW SMPH Academic Affairs, Interprofessional Health Council (IPHC), UW School of Veterinary Medicine and UW School of Medicine and Public Health’s One Health organizations, and the UW School of Pharmacy’s Pharmacy Global Health Interest Group) hosted the exclusive screening of the Born To Be documentary from October 10-21) with eight virtual viewing parties and a final Interprofessional Panel Discussion on October 22nd from 4:30-6:00pm using Zoom. The Panel Discussion was hosted with the participation of five subject-matter experts listed below. More than 80 people participated in either the viewing parties or the panel discussion session. The panel discussion was moderated by Brittney Moore, a DVM Candidate and IPHC Treasurer.
• Jay Botsford - UW–Madison Learning Communities for Institutional Change and Excellence
• Katherine Charek Briggs - UW–Madison Gender and Sexuality Campus Center
• Alan Irgang, LCSW - UW–Madison School of Social Work
• Patrick Kelly, MD - UW–Madison University Health Services
• Marie Moser, PharmD - Outpatient Mental Health, William S. Middleton Memorial Veteran’s Hospital
The Born to Be documentary explores the Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery – where, for the first time ever, all transgender and gender non-conforming people have access to quality transition-related health and surgical care.
UW CIPE would like to thank the participants, the panelists, the moderator, the planning team, and the partners for their participation, contribution, and collaboration in KES: Born to Be Documentary event.