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University of Michigan School of Public Health’s annual emergency preparedness exercise opened its doors to more health professions in 2017.
The application for the second cohort of U-M Interprofessional Leadership Fellows officially closed on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016.
The program is designed to provide U-M health sciences faculty members with opportunities to develop their interprofessional education and leadership skills, working with academic and practice leaders at the university and national level.
Immersed in an interprofessional care environment, dental and nursing students are working together to provide dental and medical care in Flint.
This fall marked the 3rd annual Michigan Community & Interprofessional Practice Training (M-CIPT) community flu clinic series. Read more
For the past two years, health students from across campus have come together to provide flu vaccines to vulnerable communities. Read more
A fragile medical safety net stretches across America, made up of thousands of clinics offering free and low-cost health care to those with no other place to turn. Read more