On April 3, the IPE Committee will be hosting a faculty workshop:
10 AM to 12 PM
Farragut Inn

We hope to have representatives from all of the colleges present to collaborate and plan our implementation focus and strategies. Please complete the survey below to R.S.V.P and help us plan the session to meet your needs.

IPE Steering Committee Members: Grace Landel, Patricia Shane, Catherine West, & Sarah Sullivan.

Facilitator/Presenter: Pamela Redmond, Ed.D. CEHS-GSOE
(http://www.tu.edu/faculty_staff/redmond_pamela.prof.html)

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* 1. Please RSVP for this event: Will you attend?

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* 2. Please rank your order of preference/interest regarding the possible following Case Topics for our Faculty IPE Event Spring 2013. Please note: Your rankings will also be used as a guideline for future IPE events.

Use the following scale: #1--Highest Priority with #6-- lowest priority

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* 3. Is there anything we missed or other topics of interest that you would like for us to include?

Reminder as to what the Previous IPE Event entailed:
This information is also available on our web site: http://tuc-ipe.weebly.com/ under the NEWS tab.

Interprofessional Education Symposium - Touro University, California
Interprofessional Education Symposium - Touro University, California. IPE Symposium Interprofessional Education Symposium, Wednesday, August 29, 2012 to prepare Touro students and faculty for healthcare reform that will require different disciplines to work together in effective terms. The event was opened by Dr. Marilyn Hopkins, Provost and Chief Operating Officer for Touro University California, who said that Interprofessional Education (IPE) and collaborative practice are “highly valued on our campus and critically important to our success as professionals.” The three-hour symposium presented a PBS documentary film entitled, “Sick Around the World.” The participating audience, made up of pharmacy, DO, physician assistant, and public health students, as well as faculty from the four programs, were then separated into 15 groups, each representing one of the five countries, where conversations stimulating interprofessional thinking developed among the students and faculty.

http://externalrelations.tu.edu/tourotriumphs/ipe_fall2012.html- 3.2KB - Touro University

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