What Students Want: IPE
As a leader in interprofessional education (IPE), U-M has an edge in student recruitment in the health sciences.
“Students who come to Michigan expect that the values of teamwork, interdisciplinary learning, and patient care are front and center in their educational experiences,” says Raj Mangrulkar, U-M Medical School associate dean for medical student education (including IPE). “That is exactly what our IPE movement has begun to build here, and the excitement this has generated among our applicants over the past couple of years is palpable.”
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- In four years as a funded initiative, the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education has sparked engaged learning and collaboration among approximately 5,000 students across the 10 health science schools on all three U-M campuses.
- Students in diverse health professional programs have progressed from initially filling requirements in interprofessional courses to passionately advocating for opportunities to “learn about, from, and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes.”
- A student advisory committee and numerous interprofessional student organizations add their voices and vision to keep IPE advancing on campus. Students across professions come together at annual events, such as Team Up (photo above) and IPE in Action (video below):
Read more about IPE breakthroughs at Michigan:
Inaugural “Team Up” event forges connections – Winter 2019
The case for an integrated approach to health care education – Fall 2018
U-M foundational experiences for IPE expand – Fall 2018
Michigan Journal of Medicine Becomes Interprofessional – Summer 2018
Uninsured, underinsured turn to U-M Student-Run Free Clinic – Summer 2018
Health advocacy: A case study – Spring 2018
Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Comes to Michigan – Winter 2018
“Our foundational experiences represent U-M’s visionary approach to IPE and the importance of team-based care,” said Frank Ascione, director of the Michigan Center for IPE. “As our health science schools recruit students, they are emphasizing the growing interprofessional elements of a Michigan education.”
U-M IPE Collaborating Schools:
- School of Dentistry
- School of Kinesiology
- Medical School
- School of Nursing
- College of Pharmacy
- School of Public Health
- School of Social Work
- Health Sciences, Flint
- Nursing, Flint
- Ed, Health, & Human Services, Dearborn
This “Interprofessional Education for Students at U-M” recruitment flier can be viewed or printed as a high-resolution PDF!