Program Components

Students in group discussion

Classroom Curricula

• Team focused learning experiences including case studies; role playing, etc.

Clinical Effectiveness and Patient Safety

• Case-based problem scenarios focused on collaborative interprofessional experiences targeted to improve clinical teams, communication and patient safety. Including the use of simulated clinical experiences involving multiple health professionals.

Faculty Development

• Providing training for faculty and educators to help them develop the skills needed to create effective interprofessional education and collaborative learning.

Research

• This team will be composed of individuals experienced in program assessment and will involve institutional research personnel who have analytic and assessment skills.

Last modified: Apr 15, 2014
IPE experience

"Learning about what everyone else does really helps solidify what you do and why it is important."

— Michael Bagwell, physical therapy student

Contact Us
If you have questions or would like more information about the Center for Interprofessional Education and Simulation, contact Program Director Kristy Johnston at
913-588-1634 or
kjohnston3@kumc.edu.
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