|IPE 001||Interprofessional Education Passport||0|
|IPE 003||Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: What You Need to Know||0|
|IPE 004||Introduction to Collaborative Care for Educators and Professionals||0|
|IPE 500||Introduction to Collaborative Care||0|
|IPE 512||Cultural Immersion and Experiential Learning in China||3|
|IPE 515||Interprofessional Palliative Care||1-2|
|IPE 520||Interprofessional Childhood Motor Play and Development||1|
Interprofessional education is defined as “when students from two or more professions learn about, from and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes” (WHO, 2010).
Collaboration among health care professionals is key to delivering better care to improve the patient experience. The Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER) is the catalyst for interprofessional education and practice for Creighton University and CHI Health, our primary academic health partner. CIPER is part of the Nexus Innovations Network supported by the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education.
This innovative enterprise ensures students in Creighton’s health sciences programs receive an interprofessional education that prepares them to collaborate and share knowledge with other health care professionals in their future careers. The IPE 001 Interprofessional Education Passport consists of student learning activities focused on meeting the core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice and each profession’s interprofessional education accreditation requirements.
As a Creighton health sciences student, you must complete three IPE 001 Interprofessional Education Passport activities to graduate. Prior to enrollment in the IPE 001 Interprofessional Education Passport, you must successfully complete IPE 500 Introduction to Collaborative Care. Upon completion, students will earn a satisfactory grade in IPE 001 Interprofessional Education Passport on their transcripts. In order for an activity to be approved as part of the IPE Passport, it must meet certain criteria and be approved by the IPE Curriculum Committee. These criteria are outlined on CIPER's website.
IPE 001. Interprofessional Education Passport. 0 credits.
The Interprofessional Education Passport consists of student learning activities focused on meeting the core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice and each profession’s interprofessional education accreditation requirements.Interprofessional education is defined as “when students from two or more professions learn about, from and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes” (WHO, 2010). As a Creighton health sciences student, you must complete three IPE Passport activities to graduate. Prior to enrollment in the IPE Passport, you must successfully complete IPE 500: Introduction to Collaborative Care. In order for an activity to be approved as part of the IPE Passport, it must meet certain criteria and be approved by the IPE Curriculum Committee. P: IPE 500.
IPE 003. Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: What You Need to Know. 0 credits.
Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: What You Need to Know is a 1-hour online primer on the basics of interprofessional education and collaborative practice from a national perspective and also provides an overview of what Creighton University’s Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER) does to support and innovate interprofessional education and collaborative practice. This course is a pre-requisite to IPE 004 Introduction to Collaborative Care which offers 8 CE/CMEs and provides more depth to the topic. The course is intended to introduce concepts for both education and practice related to interprofessionalism.The program is delivered to participants using a distance education platform. The didactic lecture is electronically captured and packaged with written materials (references, case studies, self-evaluation quizzes).
IPE 004. Introduction to Collaborative Care for Educators and Professionals. 0 credits.
IPE 004 is an introductory course designed for health care faculty and professionals to learn key concepts of building and leading a collaborative health care team. The course is offered in a self-paced online format with a competency-based approach. Each lesson builds on previous content. Faculty and professionals will be introduced to:•Interprofessional education and collaborative practice terminology•Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice•Foundations of effective health care teamwork•Leading a collaborative health care teamThe course offers eight (8) CMEs through Creighton University’s Health Sciences Continuing Education, which has joint accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the first university to receive this accreditation.
IPE 500. Introduction to Collaborative Care. 0 credits.
This course is an introduction to the concepts of interprofessional collaborative practice preparing students across the health sciences to engage in interprofessional education and practice activities during their tenure at Creighton and beyond. In this course health sciences students will gain knowledge in the Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, versed in the basics of team work in the context of health care and begin to develop skills in team-based clinical reasoning. IPE 500 is a prerequisites to the IPE 001 IPE Passport. Successful completion of IPE 500 is required to be able to complete the IPE 001 IPE Passport.
IPE 512. Cultural Immersion and Experiential Learning in China. 3 credits.
The focus of this course is to increase participants' cultural awareness and sensitivity with an introduction to cultural competence and facilitate their leadership development for societal and global concerns through interprofessional experiential learning in China. Participants will engage in a series of seminars centered on preparation for successful experiential learning in China prior to a week-long international experience. Through immersion and engagement in various professional activities such as observation, advocacy for evidence-based rehabilitation practice and consultation and/or nursing practice and consultation, participants are expected to enhance cultural awareness and introduction to cultural sensitivity and foster leadership skills for international health concerns. Such an experiential learning immersion will assist participants to provide culturally sensitive care and assume leadership roles at the international level. A professional dissemination of the experiential learning experience is expected at the end of the course.
IPE 515. Interprofessional Palliative Care. 1-2 credits.
The course focus is interprofessional collaborative care to address palliative care needs of patients. Key topics: Palliative care trajectories, ethics, communication, symptom management, spirituality/cultural care, and grief/loss/bereavement. Learning methodology: online readings, discussion boards and virtual simulation. Upon successful completion (3) IPE passport activities are earned. P: IPE 500.
IPE 520. Interprofessional Childhood Motor Play and Development. 1 credit.
This course includes lecture and experiential learning opportunities for graduate Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy students to work inter-professionally with children in organized community programs. Students will enhance their understanding of working with individuals from other professions and strengthen their knowledge of functional movements of children. P: IPE 500.
Professor: Bernard S. Mayer
Associate Professors: Candace D. Bloomquist, Debra J. Ford, LaShaune Johnson, James R. Martin Jr., Jennifer A. Moss Breen Kuzelka
Assistant Professor: Tony Williams