The Center for Interprofessional Health welcomes faculty affiliates with a demonstrated interest in interprofessional education, practice, or research. Faculty, staff, and community-based health professionals accepted into this one-year (Aug. 1, 2022-May 31, 2023) program will participate in interprofessional learning and dissemination opportunities.
Join the us and your colleagues in practice in our new WILD Series (Workplace Interprofessional Learning & Development) continuing education offerings!
Participants build interprofessional skills as a preceptor and health professional through 5 actionable weekly emails and a 1-hour group debriefing session. Each weekly email offers an engaging 3-5 minute video, instructions to observe, engage, and model concepts in practice, key reflective prompts, and ways to learn more. The debriefing session is a chance to learn with, from, and about colleagues from a myriad of health professions.
Become a Guest Health Professional for "Better Together: Preparing for Collaborative Practice"
This fall, 1Health will be offering Better Together, a two-part interprofessional learning experience that will introduce health professional students to foundational concepts of interprofessional education and collaboration.
If you are a practicing health professional who is interested in engaging with new health professional students, we invite you to participate in the Better Together sessions!
Become a Preceptor
Interprofessional education is essential to develop the cognitive, affective, and practical skills necessary to engage in high-performing health care teams. See our CIH Preceptor information to learn more about our students' interprofessional education!
Collaboration Insights: A Health Professions Blog for Effective Collaboration is a blog created for students, faculty, and alumni by Center for Interprofessional Health student interns. It is a hub for information on interprofessional education and collaboration: related skill-building, research, professional spotlights, and podcasts.
Project REACH (Rural Experts Advancing Community Health) is a year-long program that provides diverse community leaders in rural Minnesota with health policy and leadership training. Participants will learn to frame health policy challenges and how to communicate effectively with state legislators and other policymakers. Applications are open. Interest forms are due March 2, 2022