E-mail IPEC Associate Director Shelley McKearney at smckearney@aacnnursing.org.

DAY 1 - Monday, April 30

  • GOOD MORNING
    • Darla Spence Coffey, PhD, MSW, President and Chief Executive Officer, Council on Social Work Education, Alexandria, VA
  • PANEL PRESENTATION + Q&A: HOTSPOTTING AND IPE
    • Marsha Johnson, MSW, LCSW, Chief Learning Officer and Clinical Director, Curriculum Integration, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, Camden, NJ
    • Lauren Collins, MD, Co-Director, Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
    • Michael Negrete, PharmD, Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs, Samuel Merritt University, Oakland, CA
  • THEORY BURST #1: PLANNING FOR SUCCESSFUL IPE ​
    • John Luk, MD, Assistant Dean of Interprofessional Integration, Assistant Professor, Departments of Medical Education and Pediatrics, The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School, Austin, TX
  • THEORY BURST #2: BUILDING LEARNING UPON IPEC’S CORE COMPETENCIES 
    • Carol Anne Murdoch-Kinch, DDS, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Ann Arbor, MI


Day 2 - Tuesday, May 1

  • THEORY BURST #3: DESIGNING EFFECTIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCES
    • Tamara L. Owens, MEd, Founding Director of the Clinical Skills and Simulation Centers, Howard University Health Sciences Simulation Center, Washington, DC
  • THEORY BURST #4: ASSESSING LEARNERS AND EVALUATING YOUR PROGRAM
    • Gwen Sherwood, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, Professor and Associate Dean for Practice and Global Initiatives, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC


Day 3 - Wednesday, May 2

  • CLOSING ADDRESS AND KEYNOTE ADDRESS: A CALL FOR IPE
    • ​Donna J. Petersen, ScD, MHS, CPH, Dean, College of Public Health, University of South Florida (USF) and Senior Associate Vice President, USF Health, Tampa, FL

Pre-Reading and Resources 

Questions?​

Conference Materials

Poster Presentations​

Please note that you may submit a poster presentation that was previously displayed at another conference.  Presentations will be judged in a peer-reviewed fashion onsite and an IPEC award will be provided for the best poster.  We strongly encourage attendees to share your insights and expertise by presenting a poster presentation.

Poster Session Objective: 
To show your IPE experiences in exploring, designing, and/or implementing interprofessional activities.  In presenting your IPE work, or in the case of aspirational plans, please include information regarding:

  • Best ideas and successful practices
  • Unintended consequences of your efforts
  • Epic fails and epic recoveries
  • Lessons learned/cautionary tales
  • Research questions that emerged from your experience(s)
  • Innovative uses of technology in teaching and learning for interprofessional collaborative practice


Schedule for Poster Presentations: 
The official poster presentations are scheduled for Monday, April 30 from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM during the Welcome Reception.

Poster Display Specifications: 

  • Posters should meet the session objective listed above to “show your IPE experiences in exploring, designing, and/or implementing interprofessional content.”  Submitters are encouraged to specify one or more of the institute’s overall objectives in the display, listed as follows:
  • Build effective and sustainable relationships with partners striving to improve interprofessional education
  • Create competency-based, practice-oriented curricula for improving interprofessional education
  • Integrate public health students into interprofessional curricula/learning and practice collaborations
  • Assess student learner competence and educational programming
  • Implement faculty development at one’s home institution(s)
  • Communicate the team’s aims in using IPE


Posters may display graphs, photos, diagrams, and a small amount of text with the author names and contact information highlighted for attendees who wish to follow-up.  No audiovisual equipment is permitted for poster presentations.  The total size of your poster may not exceed 3.5’ high by 4.5' wide.  The poster may consist of any material that can be pinned directly to a wall-mounted poster hanging strip.  Paper, light cardboard, and cloth posters are recommended.

Poster Deadline:  
Please submit your poster on iCollaborative by 12 p.m. Eastern on Thursday, April 12.  If you need an extension, kindly email smckearney@aacnnursing.org.

Poster Submission: 
As one of the IPEC sponsoring associations, the AAMC will host Institute poster submissions through the iCollaborative platform. You will be asked to upload your poster document file as an attachment (PDF is preferred).  Posters should be submitted electronically at https://icollaborative.aamc.org/submit and brought in paper form to the conference, consistent with the specifications noted above, for display purposes. 
 
The iCollaborative submission form includes the following sections:
•         Title & Description
•         Keywords
•         Presentation (indicate IPEC Fall 2017 so posters can be collated into the collection)
•         Focus Area/Professional Interest
•         Authors
•         Upload of Associated Files

View posters from the 2017 Spring Institute Faculty Development Institute.

Please note that we are taking every measure possible to ensure this conference is as green as possible.  As such, the institute will not provide copies of any speaker presentations on site so we encourage you to print those that are available online.

Note:  We are only able to provide materials where the presenter has given their approval for us to do so.  Speaker presentations will posted online closer to the institute. **​

In order to prepare for the upcoming faculty development institute, please read the materials below. These resources are meant for the audience to become familiar with interprofessional education.   We encourage all participants to read these articles prior to April 30 and to bring copies of the articles to the institute.

NoteSupplementary pre-reading materials will be added to the list below.  Each speaker will provide a pre-reading article for their session.


Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice

Team-Based Competencies, Building a Shared Foundation for Education and Clinical Practice

IPEC Portal on iCollaborative

Speaker Recommended Pre-Reading Materials - pending!

Speaker Slides​

At registration on Wednesday morning, each team member will receive a participant binder with the materials listed below.

Interprofessional Education:
Advancing & Sustaining Your Program for Collaborative Practice

May 3-5, 2017
AAMC Learning Center, Washington, DC

2017 Spring Materials