Our office works with many faculty, staff and students across the CWRU campus and our affiliate partners to help guide our work in relation to advancing the mission of interprofessional and interdisciplinary education and research.
The Assessment and Evaluation Team leads the assessment, evaluation and research efforts for the Office of Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Education and Research. The team is comprised of faculty from the schools and programs involved in our interprofessional and interdisciplinary activities and staff from the office. The team provides oversight and expertise in the design and analysis of the assessment and evaluation tools used to guide the quality improvement process for all components of CP I. This team also leads the interprofessional education research initiatives for our office.
The interprofessional faculty in the Collaborative Practice I Leadership Team includes representation from the Schools and programs involved in Collaborative Practice I, our interprofessional service learning course for first-year health professions and social work students. The team provides oversight of the experience as they design, implement, manage and guide the quality improvement process for all components of CP I.
The interprofessional faculty in the Clinical Collaborative Practice (CCP) Leadership Team includes representation from the Schools and programs involved in Clinical Collaborative Practice, our interprofessional clinically-based courses for advanced health professions students. The team provides oversight of the experience as they design, implement, manage and guide the quality improvement process for all components of CCP.
The Interprofessional Student Council includes students from the academic programs within the College of Arts and Sciences, Schools of Dental Medicine, Medicine, Nursing and the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. The purposes of this Council include:
Sponsoring interprofessional and interdisciplinary social events, activities and other opportunities.
Addressing concerns and issues that students across the various schools and programs may share, especially those that relate to the Health Education Campus.
Serving as a sounding board for curricular and non-curricular interprofessional initiatives, including formal IPE coursework as well as interprofessional social events and other activities.
The Council meets once a month on the first Tuesday of the month from 5:30-6:30 PM in the Samson Pavilion. If you would like to learn more about this Council, please contact the Office of Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Education and Research at CWRUTeamImpact@case.edu.