IP-X Research Stimulus

 IP-X Grant Awards

 Five more projects were chosen to receive funding for 2019, stimulating innovation in interprofessional education and multidisciplinary approaches to health care.

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The IP-X Research Stimulus grants for interprofessional faculty teams moved in 2018 to the Mcubed  Diamond Program.
This IP-X pilot grant program provides opportunities for faculty from the following units to collaborate on shared similar interests:

UM-Ann Arbor: School of Dentistry, School of Kinesiology, Medical School, School of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, School of Public Health, School of Social Work, College of Engineering
UM-Dearborn: College of Education, Health and Human Services
UM-Flint: College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing

IP-X Funding Program History

In 2017, the U-M Interprofessional Exchange (IP-X) Research Stimulus program was introduced by the U-M Health Sciences Council (HSC), which includes deans from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor’s seven health science schools (dentistry, kinesiology, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health and social work).  Additional support is provided by the U-M Office of the Provost.

The goal of the IP-X program is to fund the most exciting and innovative ideas from across the university to promote research on the benefits of interprofessional education and care on health professional learners, health outcomes, patients, and costs. Five projects were funded in year one.

If you have a question about the IP-X grants, please send it to IPEcenter@umich.edu. Stay tuned to our website, Twitter account, and monthly IPE Community e-news for information on future calls for proposals and funding opportunities.