InterProfessional Education eXchange
Join a National Training Program for Educators in Developing Interprofessional Education for Supportive Care in Oncology.
This Program Targets Faculty Educators of Students and Learners Enrolled in Health Science Training Programs.
Funded by the National Cancer Institute | R25 CA203637
2020-2021 Teams selected–Cohort 3: Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Omaha, Denver Health Medical Center, Emory University, Meharry Medical College/Union University, Pennsylvanis State University, Providence Medical Group Alaska, University of Alabama Birmingham, University of California San Diego, and University of Texas San Antonio.THE PROGRAM
Participant Feedback from iPEX Workshop 2018
Most valuable aspect of this workshop
I appreciated the expertise of the faculty and the time to work on the project with my own team.
I have a MA in instructional design and I thoroughly enjoyed attending such a well-designed, effective workshop. The Louisville team modeled best practices so well.
I found this extremely valuable and I learned so much. I found it a very nurturing environment and process and it was wonderful to get to know so many colleagues better.
Very well organized. Great use of Adult Learning Principles. Wonderful time with team!
Having exposure to the resources that already exist and have been used in other institutions was valuable. Systematically “walking” through your process really helped increase our knowledge and moved us forward in the project.
The Louisville iPEX team was super. Excellent presenters, facilitators and mentors who developed and excuted an excellent workshop—great work. Loved the eXchange component, how you stuck to your 3 objectives.
Thank you for an incredible opportunity. I learned so much and am so grateful for focused time with my site team. The whole program was extremely thoughtfully put together and was led by people who are master educators.
To provide training and resources for interprofessional faculty teams which will enable them to create and implement an evidence-based IPE curriculum in oncology education
Interprofessional faculty teams of 3-5 members who want to enhance their knowledge and skills to improve IPE at their institution
- Innovative skills training program including faculty development and institutional analysis
- Evidence-based training, including model curricula
- Webinars, on-line modules and 2.5 day workshop
- Ongoing implementation support/mentorship via an experienced interprofessional faculty team