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This Curriculum for an Interprofessional Seminar on Integrated Primary Care (IS-IPC) is a resource to develop eductional experiences for an interprofessional group of learners about the competencies needed to work together in an integrated healthcare team.  It was designed for use with learners...
Catherine Grus Apr 18, 2017
The Innovations in Oral Health (IOH) Toolkit is a faculty resource to facilitate oral health integration across health professions. The IOH Toolkit features activities for entry-level students and advanced, and most of these can be adapted for any health profession. The IOH Toolkit contains:
TeamSTEPPS® for Office-Based Care offers techniques, tools, and strategies to assist health care professionals in developing and optimizing team knowledge and performance in an office-based care setting. The course is intended for practice facilitators—individuals who play a key role in leading and...
The Clinical Prevention and Population Health Curriculum Framework provides a common core of knowledge for clinical health professions about individual and population‐oriented prevention and health promotion efforts. The Framework can support interprofessional prevention education and practice. The...
This online, self-paced course is for healthcare providers who wish to examine aspects of intercultural communication that may present obstacles in healthcare settings, and develop strategies for effective intercultural communication that can be used in clinical practice. It is intended to help you...
This online, self-paced course is designed for health professions students (including dental students) to provide a foundation in cultural competence and strategies to appropriately address cross-cultural issues in clinical settings. The course will prepare you to begin the journey toward...
This course prepares students, faculty and healthcare providers to perform their roles in assessing the risk of falls of people over age 65 as part of the Right Side Up project, currently in Fergus Falls, MN. The course illustrates how an interprofessional student program can provide value to a...
This online, self-paced course provides learners with foundational knowledge of interprofessional teamwork concepts. Topics include: Stages of team development and group processes Effective teamwork and high quality patient care Interprofessional collaboration competencies Team structure...
This course provides an overview of the field of palliative care, including a self-assessment on basic palliative care concepts. The course also provides overviews and resources for each of the eight domains of palliative care (defined by the National Consensus Project) to be used as clinical...
This online, self-paced course is designed for students and faculty/clinical professionals to learn how to optimize the use of social media tools in their personal and professional lives. Many people will say, “Hey, I know all that already!” However, actual viewing and reflecting on real-world...
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