What is Interprofessional Education (IPE)?
The most commonly used definition or IPE is from the World Health Organization and states: IPE occurs when two or more professional learn with, from, and about each other to improve collaboration and the quality of care.
How to Create Effective
Whether you are new to interprofessional education or have
significant experience working with interprofessional audiences, we encourage
you to review the following guidance as you develop your IOCP offering
proposal. If you or your organization is inviting an external speaker to the
campus as part of your proposal, we suggest you orient the speaker to the Interprofessional
Culture of CU Anschutz.
Review the following requirements for quality assurance:
If using CU Anschutz
Campus Facilities, consider the following:
Please allow CU CIPE to assist you in reserving
rooms on campus or reserving educational equipment
Most classes at CU Anschutz begin on the hour
with a 10-minute passing time scheduled at the end of the hour. For example, a
class session scheduled at 1pm will be released at 1:50pm allowing 10 minutes
for the classroom to exchange.
Classrooms should be return to their previous
configuration prior to leaving.
Food and beverages should not be left in the
classroom but disposed of properly in trash bins.
guidance for IOCP proposal development is available:
The CU CIPE and the IPE Council is willing to assist any
person or organization interested in providing IOCP programing. This is
especially true for individuals not familiar with interprofessional education.
Please contact IPEHelp@ucdenver.edu
and the appropriate individuals will respond to your inquiry.