Collaborating Across Borders

Collaborating Across Borders

Collaborating Across Borders 2007 - 2017

In recognition of the 10th anniversary of Collaborating Across Borders, The National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education is creating a collection from previous CAB conferences. The National Center invites you to contribute to its growth by submitting your documents, memories, photos, and any material you have that helps document the rich history established during the past ten years. Contact us so we can help add your material to the collection.

 
CAB I
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MINNEAPOLIS
October 24-26 2007
CAB I provided a venue for American and Canadian health professionals, policy makers, educators, and students to discuss topics in peer-reviewed sessions related to innovations in curriculum and instruction, faculty development, policy development, technology-enhanced IPE, and new models of care. Emphasis was on evidence for best practices, showcasing outcomes, and sharing lessons learned. There was a special effort to actively incorporate students’ views.
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HALIFAX
May 20-22 2009
Canada hosted CAB II- Building Bridges Between Interprofessional Education and Practice in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The conference title reflected the importance of establishing relationships and networks to promote the further development of the relationship between IPE and IPP. Several initiatives were facilitated by these exchanges including the creation of the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative (AIHC), modeled after the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative (CIHC).
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TUCSON
November 19-21 2011
CAB I and CAB II provided a solid foundation for sharing expertise, experience and best practices for designing and implementing IPE across “borders”. CAB III: Interprofessional Education in the 21st Century was co-hosted by the AIHC and CIHC. The conference focus was on the development of: interprofessional competence; strategies for preparing students for interprofessional collaborative practice; tailoring of learning environments for interprofessional team preparation; infrastructure, culture, and faculty leadership for interprofessional programs; and a spectrum of policy issues.
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VANCOUVER
June 12-14 2013
The theme of CAB IV was Transformative Change from the Classroom to Practice. We hear often that preparing future and current health care providers and leaders to collaborate within and across professions is best represented by a continuum of learning and application. Whether a student, health care practitioner, educator, patient, patient advocate, system leader, or policy-maker, the CAB IV conference emphasized important opportunities for attendees to enhance their ability to collaborate and to teach collaboration so that ultimately, we help to improve health outcomes.
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ROANOKE
29 September - 2 October 2015
The CAB V conference theme was The Interprofessional Journey: Advancing Integration and Impact reflected the importance of integration and impact as they play a role in the preparation of future health professionals. Continuing the traditions established by previous CAB conferences by focusing on interprofessional education, practice, leadership and policy in a North American context, the conference featured best practices, showcase evidence-based outcomes and lessons learned, and provide a venue for scholarly dialogue and productive networking.
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BANFF
October 1-4 2017
Collaborating Across Borders VI will build on the highly successful CAB Conference series (I, II, III, IV, and V), CAB VI will link educators, researchers, practitioners, students and patients from Canada and the United States in essential discussions around interprofessional health care education, practice, leadership and policy in North America.
 
 

How CAB Began

At Nexus Summit 2017, John Gilbert, Mattie Schmitt, Bud Baldwin, and Barbara Brandt were able to sit down for a few minutes and discuss the past, present and future of the field. In this video, at about the 05:15 mark, the discussion turns to the genesis of CAB.