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CIPER Structure and Committees

Governance

CIPER is funded by the Executive Vice Chancellor office and sits in the Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs office under the Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs. Governed by a Dean's Council comprised of the Dean of Nursing, Sally Maliski;  Dean of Pharmacy, Ron Ragan; Dean of Medicine, Akinlolu Ojo and Dean of Health Professions; Abiodun Akinwuntan as well as Deans of Medicine, Garold Minns and Pharmacy, Robert Emerson from Wichita; Dean of Medicine, Robert Moser and; Dean of Nursing, Lisa Larson from Salina. 

Curriculum Committee

Consult and maintain IPE activities for overarching CIPER programing. Inform new program design and track programs for IPEC competencies. Identify gaps and opportunities to expand.

Co-Leads:  Renee Hodgkins (Clinical Lab Science) and Kristy Johnston (CIPER).

Participants: Renee Hodgkins (Clinical Lab Science), Delois Laverentz (Nursing), Serra Goodman (CIPER), Kelli Ott (Occupation Therapy), Jennifer Jones (Clinical Lab Science), Karen Schell (Respiratory Care), Michael Waxman (Medicine), Ashley Crowl (Pharmacy) and Ryan Gove (Student Governance).

Learning In Practice

Identify and develop new Interprofessional Education opportunities in clinical practice settings.

Co-Leads:  Sarah Shrader (Pharmacy) and Kristy Johnston (CIPER).

Participants:  Jim Backes (Pharmacy), Shelley Bhattacharya (Medicine), Yvonne Colgrove (Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science), Ashley Crowl (Pharmacy), Kay Folck (Health Information Management), Jeannnine Goetz (Dietetics and Nutrition), Serra Goodman (CIPER), Joyce Grayson (Rural), Joe Heidrick (Pharmacy), Kelly Jones (Social Welfare), Jennifer Jones (Clinical Lab Science), Mike Kennedy (Medicine - Rural Health), Michelle Levy (Socail Welfare), Alyson Luckenbach (Nursing), Hannah Maxfield (Medicine), Kelli Reiling Ott (Occupational Therapy), Karen Schell (Respiratory Care), Jennifer Jones (CLS) and Mary Beth Warren (AHEC). 

Faculty Development 

Create new facutly development opportunities for faculty preceptors, clinicians and staff who are engaged in Interprofessional Education and Practice.

Participants: Steve Jernigan(Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science), Kristy Johnston (CIPER) and Sarah Shrader (Pharmacy)

Assessment and Scholarship

Facilitate innovative IP education and practice research efforts on campus. Provide oversight of the Interprofessional Research Umbrella protocol. Define broad longitudinal plan to assess KUMC IPE & practice programs.

Co-Leads:  Kristy Johnston (CIPER), Steve Jernigan (Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science)

Participants: Ellen Averett (Health, Policy and Management), Shelley Bhattacharya (Medicine), Cara Busenhart (Nursing), Heather Gibbs (Dietetics and Nutrition), Serra Goodman (CIPER), Renee Hodgkins (Clinical Lab Sciences), Jessica Kalender-Rich (Medicine), Emma Nguyen (Medicine), Kelli Reiling Ott (Occupational Therpay), Sarah Shrader (Pharmacy), Karen Schell (Respiratory Care), 

Last modified: Mar 16, 2020
IPE experience
"It's a rewarding experience. That's one of the things I didn't really anticipate coming into this was how rewarding it was going to be."

— Jake Kenyon,
medical student
Contact Us

If you have questions or would like more information about the Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research, contact Serra Goodman at 

913-588-3391 or
sgoodman@kumc.edu.

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