Team Composition and Expectations

Your Team

Team Requirements

  • A minimum of three individuals from at least two different professions
  • Experience implementing interprofessional education and collaborative practice projects
  • Desire to enhance knowledge and skills to create change within organization and practice

Team Suggestions

  • Include a mix of professionals from academia and practice, who are willing to work together on an IPE/practice transformation project
  • Teams can include: educators, clinician educators, healthcare practitioners, administrators, researchers, students, health/education policy and decision makers & patient, family or community organizations interested in advancing interprofessional education and collaborative practice

Team Expectations


  • Begin to outline your IP project with T3-IFDP project management tools
  • Get up to speed with the latest interprofessional education (IPE) and IPCP articles
  • Start to think about team roles for your project and stakeholders
  • Complete professional development instruments

Online Experiential Training Components

  • Consult with IPE experts and project management specialists about your project plan
  • Ground your IP work in assessment, evaluation, and curriculum theories
  • Strengthen team dynamics
  • Strategize for the implementation phase of your project after the in-person program
  • Practice your project “pitch” and clarify your messaging
  • Network with IP leaders across the country

Year-Long Consulting & Support

  • Participate in team coaching calls with T3 leadership
  • Receive updates about new IPE learning opportunities (online)
  • Join other T3 alumni across the country
  • Attend T3 alumni events and special conference presentations and clarify your messaging

Team Registration Requirements

1.    Attest that your team has experience in designing or implementing IPE and submit a short description of IPE or IPCP experience for the team members

2.    Submit one team letter of support from a Dean, Chair or Administrator

3.    Agree to attend the full training
4.    Agree to develop and implement a site-specific team project

5.    Agree to participate in a formal evaluation of the training program (including baseline and follow up surveys)
Have each individual team member, as well as the person registering the team, create a learner profile.  Click here for instructions.