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AIHC Interprofessional Webinar Series

AIHC Interprofessional Webinar Series

The AIHC Interprofessional Webinar Series offers a forum for leaders who are committed to systems transformation through interprofessional collaboration and learning. The Webinar Series is designed to showcase significant transformational interprofessional education and interprofessional collaborative practice efforts.

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Graduation Distinction in Interprofessional Healthcare Education:  A Co-Curricular Program

Presented by Kimberly Hartmann, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 - 12:00 p.m. CST

The co-curriculum is becoming an important and valued aspect of higher education. Given the requirements of healthcare curricula, the co-curriculum affords new learning opportunities and community based learning outside of required course schedules without the requirements of exams, papers, and projects. This webinar will describe an innovative 100-hour co-curricular program as a high impact learning experience for healthcare students. This co-curricular learning program allows students to earn graduation distinction on the official transcript upon successful completion of IPEC Core Competencies (2016). Interactive interprofessional case studies, seminars with standardized patients and simulations, servant leadership as an interprofessional team in community-based settings will be described as high impact (AACU, 2013) opportunities for students to learn with and beside each other to meet the interprofessional education collaborative core competencies. 

Objectives:
  • Define high impact learning and servant leadership as methods for interprofessional healthcare education (IPE).
  • Compare and contrast the benefits - opportunities - barriers of co-curricular learning in IPE.
  • Discuss the infrastructure needed to support a co-curriculum in IPE.

 

Support for the AIHC webinar series is provided by the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education.

 

 

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