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IPEC Institute: May 2024 - Day 3
Thursday, May 23, 2024, 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM EDT
Category: Institute

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Join us for the next IPEC Institute!

On May 21-23, 2024, collaborate, learn, and network with your interprofessional colleagues online.

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Registration is open.

Zoom and IPEC Connect

Agenda (as of 5/7/2024 and subject to change)

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11:00 - 11:05 A.M. ET

DAILY HUDDLE: Assessment Results and Schedule Overview


11:05 - 11:50 A.M. ET

THEORY BURST #4: Designing Effective Learning Experiences 

Tilicia L. Mayo-Gamble, PhD, MPH, MA, CHES®, Associate Professor, Community Health, Provost Faculty Research Fellow, Department of Health Policy and Community Health, and Affiliate Faculty, Center for Public Health Practice and Research, Georgia Southern University

Jane Nester, DrPH, Executive Director, Magnolia Coastlands Area Health Education Center (AHEC)

Join for tips and promising practices on designing engaging, effective IPECP learning experiences.

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze learning experiences that match IPECP goals for the program and practice objectives for learners.
  • Detail potential interprofessional activities where strategic collection of data that align with program-mediated changes in institutional culture, environment, and health outcome.


11:50 A.M. - 12:35 P.M. ET


Join your teammates in a virtual room to develop and enhance your curricular project plan. IPEC leaders will be available to answer questions and enter the room as needed for coaching.

Learning Objectives:

  • Label active learning experiences by applying effective teaching principles to curriculum design that places IPECP learners in the forefront.
  • Determine IPECP strategies at one’s home institution(s) where design and outcomes data could advance IPECP objectives and improve program efficacy.

12:35 - 12:50 P.M. ET



12:50 - 2:00 P.M. ET

CLOSING PANEL: Collaborating in Idaho: A Unique Public-Private Interprofessional Partnership

Luke H. Mortensen, PhD, FAHA, FNAOME, Associate Dean of Educational Development, Innovation and Diversity, Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine

Rodney Bates, DO, FACOI, Primary Care Chair & Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine

Brooke Buffat, PharmD, BCPS, Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Interprofessional Education, Idaho State University

Christopher T. Owens, PharmD, MPH, Associate Vice President, Kasiska Division of Health Sciences, Idaho State University

Join to hear ideas and insights for initiating, enhancing, and sustaining IPECP efforts at your institution.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the development and implementation of an IPECP partnership model among different institutions.
  • Illustrate successes and challenges in integrating IPE into health professions curricula.
  • Examine university-wide mechanisms to sustain institutional excellence in IPE.


2:00 - 2:45 P.M. ET


Join your teammates in a virtual room to develop and enhance your curricular project plan. IPEC leaders will be available to answer questions and enter the room as needed for coaching.

Learning Objectives:

  • Communicate the value of your intended IPECP project/curricula/initiative.
  • Interpret grassroots aspects of partner relationships that support reaching desired IPECP outcomes.


2:45 - 3:15 P.M. ET

COHORT ACTIVITY: Presenting/Practicing/Feedback IPE Elevator Pitches

Shelley McKearney

Join your cohort colleagues in sharing elevator pitches about your educational program or curricula.

Learning Objectives:

  • Articulate IPECP needs and intended health and/or system outcomes for one’s project in a short elevator pitch.
  • Apply approaches to giving and receiving effective feedback.

3:15 - 3:30 P.M. ET

FINAL DEBRIEF: Summary of Phase I and Tools for Your IPE Journey

Shelley McKearney

This closing session will review lessons learned, IPECP tools and resources, and next steps for Phase II.

Learning Objectives:

  • Cite available resources and offerings to strengthen your IPECP projects and programs.
  • Describe the process and goals required for Phase II certification.