The National Center and the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative are committed to supporting health professionals, educators, learners, patients, families, communities, and you, to discover new ways to learn and practice interprofessionally. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, our ability to work and learn about, from, and with each other is crucial to our response.
In our role as an unbiased, neutral convener, we’re compiling a selection of helpful resources, promoting the great work our partners are doing in response to COVID-19, and keeping you updated on the opportunities available to you. This page and its content are fluid, and we’ll try to keep it updated on a regular basis. We’re here for you.
The Nexus Summit 2020:
As announced on the Nexus Summit website, we will host Nexus Summit this year, likely virtually. We know the Summit is a valued opportunity to learn from each other and connect with colleagues. As plans unfold in the coming weeks, we’ll post updates here and on the Summit site. We encourage you to keep submitting your abstracts, as all peer-reviewed presentation opportunities are still available!
Connecting at the Nexus: COVID-19 Edition:
In the midst of this pandemic, interprofessional collaborative teams are more crucial than ever. Interprofessional practice and education is changing overnight, and health professionals and learners are finding new ways to learn online and in practice. The National Center is hearing from many of you who are looking for ways to find and share best practices and practical resources to facilitate interprofessional learning today.
Join us for Connecting at the Nexus: COVID-19 Edition, a series of web-based discussions, webinars, and forums to foster conversation, learning, and resource-sharing among leaders in interprofessional practice and education. All sessions will be recorded and archived. See below for scheduled webinars, and let us know what topics would be of support to you and your team. If you have a story to share about your response, send us your ideas for the series.
Share With Us:
We know health professionals and health professions educators are in unprecedented territory right now. Among the many considerations is how best to support learning among our current and future health professions workforce.
Please take a minute to let us know what’s on your mind.
- How are you supporting learning about interprofessional practice and teamwork in the current environment?
- What resources would be most supportive as you transition to new models of learning?
- What conversations would you like to have with colleagues facing similar circumstances?
Your responses to this short form will help us deploy resources to support you.
Resources for IPE Online on the nexusipe.org Resource Center:
The National Center's Resource Center is our online library of IPE tools, resources, and publications. Click the link below for search results from our Resource Center to help you as you deploy IPE virtually:
Partners and Friends:
We’ve compiled a short list below of health professional education organizations and agencies and their COVID-19 responses and resources. The National Center team will try to keep this list accurate, but let us know if you see something missing.