Grants, coursework and clinical experiences at Case Western Reserve have been chronicled in a way that shows the evolution of interprofessional education at the university:
How the efforts of many made interprofessional education a priority and lead to the push for a health campus.
Scholarships in medicine, dental medicine and nursing represent the commitment to interprofessional education by Northeast Ohio's Bonacker and Warburton families.
The KeyBank Foundation pledge supports scholarships and the grant is shared by the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve for their combined efforts in interprofessional education.
Dental, nursing students work together in clinical experience that combines health screenings and oral care.
An acute-care, walk-in clinic started in 2011 and run by Case Western Reserve medical, nursing and physician assistant students, added social work services, administered by social-work students, in 2014.