Clinicians attend interprofessional simulation

Interprofessional Education Workshops

Continuing education is a foundation of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences' commitment to interprofessional education and practice.

Opportunities for Faculty, Health Care Professionals, and Students

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences regularly hosts interprofessional education and simulation opportunities. Upcoming events and registration information are included below.

  • virtual clinic scenario

    Innovative Training in Interprofessional Care

    The Virtual Clinic

    A virtual clinic provides an opportunity for students to practice assessment and interview skills, which are key factors in developing interprofessional competency.Interprofessional care of elders: Utilizing the virtual learning environment , a study by Mary Val Palumbo, D.N.P., APRN, GNP-BC, with Duke University Nursing Professors Jennie C. DeGagne and Gwendolyn Murphy explores the implications of virtual clinic use as a learning platform.

Workshops for Students, Faculty, and Health Care Professionals

Virtual Events Fall 2020

IPE Orientation – Roles and Responsibilities: Pre-work module and attendance to Zoom session is being required by many programs for this introduction to IP Roles. September 25, 2020 AM and PM sessions.

IPE Teamwork in an Emergency: Teamwork and TeamSteps© explored in first session. In second session, patient/husband case explored with opportunities to practice emergency teamwork with IP colleagues. September 30 and October 7, 2020. Some volunteers sought.

Palliative Care Movie Discussion: Palliative care for a couple who is experiencing ALS at home with the support of an IP team will be discussed in small groups of students. October 19, 20, 21. Some volunteers sought.

Virtual Case of Mrs. Kim: After students interview Mrs .Kim online and reviewing feedback about their interview skills, students will participate in an IP case conference and plan the care. November 9,10,11,12, 16, 17. Some volunteers sought.


For more information

To register or learn more about a workshop, contact:

Christina Adamczak
(802) 656-2018