Students

1Health Interprofessional Education Curriculum

Providing interprofessional learning opportunities and experiences that allow learners to deepen their knowledge and develop the skills they will need to effectively contribute to team-based, interprofessional collaboration as future health professionals.

Student Opportunities

Student Engagement

Student Spotlights

Aubrey Bockorny

Aubrey Bockorny

Pharmacy Student
Interprofessional Student Spotlight

“My favorite aspect of interprofessional collaboration is meeting individuals from other professions. I enjoy getting to learn about the nuances and strengths each program provides to the health care team. For example, I am in the Mental Health Focus Area where a nursing student and myself collaborate in simulations to provide care for patients. This experience has provided me with the didactic knowledge needed to succeed as well as a safe environment to navigate interprofessional patient care. Through this and other activities, I have gotten to explore roles within a team, my responsibilities, communication, and understand the importance of interprofessionalism. It excites me that I can build this foundational knowledge prior to practicing, so I can navigate interprofessional challenges and uncertainties without negatively impacting a patient's health care journey. At the end of the day, for me, it's all about helping patients get the best care!”
 

News and Events

8 students linking arms outside near water and trees

Students Get Out of the Classroom and Into Nature to Learn about Ecohealth

March 14, 2023
A group of eight interprofessional learners took part in the third rendition of the Itasca Ecohealth IPE Experience.

 


health professionals around table

A Shared Commitment to Interprofessional Education and Practice

Jan. 17, 2023
This past fall, the Center for Interprofessional Health (CIH) welcomed its inaugural cohort to the Affiliate Faculty program.This one-year program brings together health professionals to engage in one or more designated areas of interprofessional interest, including teaching, practice, research, and innovation.

 


Itasca learners

Collaborative Learning
Retreat Provides Insights into Ecohealth Principles and Geopolitical Considerations in Health

Nov. 8, 2022
This fall, the Center for Interprofessional Health and the Office of Academic Clinical Affairs brought a group of eight interprofessional learners to the Itasca Biological Station and Laboratories in north central Minnesota for the second rendition of the Itasca Ecohealth IPE Experience.