Faculty Development

Engaging Faculty Development

Education, Training, and Professional Development

Preceptors in the Nexus

Preceptors in the Nexus Workshop

The National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education is pleased to present Preceptors in the Nexus: Interprofessional Learning IN Practice.

This two-day workshop in Minneapolis offers interprofessional teams the knowledge to enhance interprofessional learning and team-based collaborative practice at their site.

To further support networking and learning after six months, the Preceptors in the Nexus (PIN) team will offer a two-hour online symposium and “office hours”.  

This feature will encourage accountability for the teams to implement an interprofessional learning IN practice project to work toward implementing intentional interprofessional education and transforming practice environments.



Train-the-Trainer (T3) Faculty Development Training Program


T3 Train the Trainer Workshops
A comprehensive series of interactive learning opportunities with a focus on interprofessional practice and education. The 3.5-day workshops are hosted at three university sites around the country:

University of Washington Schools of Nursing, Medicine and Pharmacy, Seattle, Washington

May 6-9, 2019
August 5–8, 2019

University of Virginia Schools of Nursing and Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia

November 7-10, 2018 - SOLD OUT - Registration for November 2018 T3 is closed but please contact John Owen jao2b@virginia.edu 434-924-0093 for additional information regarding future T3 program registration.

April 24–27, 2019
November 6–9, 2019

University of Missouri Schools of Nursing and Medicine, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy at MU, Columbia, Missouri

2019 Dates TBD



AIHC Vodcast Series

This vodcast series is a faculty development resource developed by experts in the field of interprofessional education. The vodcast is designed to be practical and user-friendly for individuals or teams of faculty who are in the early stages of implementing interprofessional education. This series will be available for free to current AIHC members and for a fee to individuals that are not members of the organization. Active AIHC members and anyone who purchases the course will have permanent access to all content. Some of the modules are currently available for free to give you a sense of the content format and scope.