Archived Webinars

​​2017 USPHS IPEC Award: Harnessing the Strength of Interprofessional Teams

Aired on Thursday, October 5, 2017

IPEC's fourth webinar featured a presentation by the 2017 USPHS IPEC Award winners from the University of Central Florida (UCF). Drs. Simms-Cendan and Peralta provided key insights on the goals, public health significance, rationale, and results of their award-wining IPE project Harnessing the Strength of Inter-Professional Teams to Provide Comprehensive Care for the Farmworkers of Apopka, Florida.


To listen, visit the archived recording here. To download the presentation slides, click here.


​IPE Panel Presentation: Assessment of Interprofessional Practice

Aired on Wednesday, September 20, 2017

IPEC's third webinar highlighted approaches to integrating the assessment of IPE into the health care curriculum. Drs. Eric H. Gilliam (University of Colorado) and John Luk (University of Texas at  Austin) shared strategic approaches and tools for IPE assessment.


To listen, visit the archived recording here. To download the presentation slides, click here.


Implementing IPE: Highlighting Best Practices

Aired on Thursday, June 15, 2017


The second webinar in IPEC's inaugural webinar series featured Drs. Jane Kirschling (University of Maryland, Baltimore) and Dora Anne Mills (University of New England). Both presenters shared their perspectives and lessons learned from their approaches to implementing IPE in curricula. Continuing education credits were available for nursing and public health.


To listen, visit the archived recording here. To download the presentation slides, click here.


IPEC Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: The Journey from 2011-2016

Aired on Thursday, March 9, 2017


The Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) kicked off its inaugural webinar series event on March 9 to an engaged audience. Dr. Madeline H. Schmitt (University of Rochester) and Ms. Ruth Gaare Bernheim (UVA) both presented to the participants, hailing from across the US and overseas, including faculty members, students, and practitioners. Continuing education credits were available for nursing and public health.


To listen, visit the archived recording here.


Public Health and Architecture Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Aired on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 

Brought to you by the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH), this ASPPH Presents webinar featured the work of two demonstration projects (at Drexel and at Kansas) involving interdisciplinary education initiatives between public health and architecture that promote healthy food, neighborhood walkability, and physical activity for children in support of population health.

To listen, visit the archived recording here.

All Together Now: Realizing IPE at Academic Health Centers

Aired on Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Brought to you by the American Dental Education Association (ADEA), this webinar featured best practices for launching IPE at your institution. Webinar speakers, Denice C. L. Stewart and Jeffery C. B. Stewart, examined typical barriers to IPE implementation and shared strategies to overcome them from the perspectives of the university, the academic health center, and the academic dental institution.

To listen, visit the archived recording here.


IPEC: Improving Health Outcomes and Fostering Health Profession Collaboration

Aired on Monday, December 15, 2014

Brought to you by AACN’s Graduate Nursing Student Academy (GNSA), this free public Webinar featured IPEC leaders for an introduction to the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC), which works to promote team-based education and practice, facilitate effective faculty development, foster shared learning resources, and identify effective organizational models among the health professions. To download the handout for this archived Webinar, click here. To register for this archived webinar, click here. You can set up a free My AACN account by visiting:  http://www.aacn.nche.edu/my-aacn.

To listen, visit the archived recording here.


Archived Webinars