Student Organizations

Consider getting involved in one of these great student organizations supported by the Michigan Center for IPE! If you are interested in your Student Organization being listed as an IPE Student Organization, please review the 2018-19 IPE Student Organization Criteria.

Interprofessional Health Student Organization (IHSO):

Committed to professional development, advocacy, and community to improve interdisciplinary collaboration, IHSO is open to U-M students pursuing a career in healthcare who wish to enhance their education with experiences they may not otherwise obtain in their studies. Visit the IHSO website.

Institute for Healthcare Improvement-Open School (IHI-OS):

IHI-Open School is an interprofessional educational community that gives students the skills to become change agents in healthcare improvement. Visit the IHI-OS website.

Health Policy Student Association (HPSA):

HPSA strives to cultivate spaces for students to critically engage with health policy, foster interdisciplinary collaboration across health sciences disciplines, and create dedicated stewards of health policy with strong professional, research, and advocacy skills. Visit the HPSA website.

U-M Student Run Free Clinic (UMSRFC): 

Dedicated to providing quality healthcare free of charge to uninsured community members, while creating opportunities for U-M students and physicians to confront health disparities through direct action. Students and faculty have worked to expand patient services and community programs to incorporate students from other health disciplines, including advanced practice nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, and public health students. Learn more.

Blueprints for Pangaea:

Works to reallocate unused medical supplies from areas of excess to areas in need; collecting and shipping supplies abroad. Learn more. 

Sling Health:

Sling Health is a student-run biotech incubator bringing together multidisciplinary student teams and helping them invent and bring to market new biomedical technologies. Learn more.

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