Registration Deadline Extended for Virtual May 13-16 T3 Interprofessional Team Development Program

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Deadline to Register: April 22


T3 Interprofessional Team Development Program (T3 ITDP)


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Host Institution: The University of Texas at Austin, in collaboration with the National Center for IPE

Date and Location: May 13-16, 2024 / Synchronous and virtual. Participate from anywhere!   

Registration: Register through the National Center for IPE site by April 22, 2024

Contact: UT Austin’s Center for Health Interprofessional Practice and Education via



  • 98% of all T3 alumni say the overall training was excellent or good.
  • “The T3 training was masterfully organized and well executed. I was worried about having virtual Zoom fatigue, but every aspect of the presenters, break-out sessions, and large group discussions were very engaging and fun. It was by far one of the best training conferences I’ve attended, whether online or in-person.”
  • “We went into the T3 training as a newly formed team with a general idea of what our project might be. Little did we think that within the 3 ½ days, we would have developed a new model for an interprofessional education program. The guidance, teamwork, and expertise of the T3 faculty was incredible and we would not have been able to develop this program without attending T3.”
  • “We started the conference with a rough idea of our project- virtual IPE pandemic simulation. From day one, we made concrete progress on the project, from finalizing our IPE frameworks, to refining our curricular content, to identifying barriers and next steps to address them. Our project is a more sophisticated product as a result of the conference sessions which sequentially gave us tools and insights to advance our project one component at a time. We left the conference with a momentum that allowed us to continue working effectively toward project completion.”


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