The goal of the Institute for Transformative Interprofessional Education (I-TIE) is to educate future health-care providers and professionals to work as a team to better care for patients, to perform foundational research into interprofessional education/collaborative practice (IPE/CP), and to transform health care to incorporate more interprofessional models.
WHAT WE OFFER
This Loyola initiative will offer a joint curriculum with select classes for medical, nursing, public health, law, health systems management, business, bioethics, social work, nutrition and exercise science students to learn together. Faculty ambassadors, who were selected through a rigorous application process and who represent broad areas of specialization, will come together to lead the curriculum, practice and culture change necessary to fulfill the mission of the institute. The institute also will encourage faculty development and scholarship in interprofessional education and leadership. Loyola is among the first universities in the United States to implement such a collaborative model.
Dr. Engelmann interviews Dr. Michelfelder about IPE Leadership 10/2015
Loyola I-TIE Transformation of Clinical Care and Student Education
Poverty Simulation | Wednesday, February 8, 2017, 6:00pm to 9:00pm - Lakeshore campus; |Saturday, February 11, 2017, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon - Health Sciences Campuses | What is a Poverty Simulation: During this 3-hour simulation, participants will role-play the lives of families living in poverty and the many community agencies with which they must interact. More information: Poverty Sim 2_17.
Save the Date: Rome Trip Spring 2017| Travel to Rome for “Caring for Self and Others through the Arts for Healthcare Leaders” from March 10-19. Program for alumni, grad students, nurses, health professionals and family and friends. For more information: Rome Travel 2017 Or contact Ida Androwich, email@example.com