HPE Day Abstract Deadline Extended
The University of Michigan is unique with nine health science schools across three campuses that share the core missions of preparing future clinicians and scholars, while caring for patients within a number of health care systems. Within each school, faculty members are actively engaged in educational experimentation and innovation, and many of our educators are working collaboratively through the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education to develop and teach novel courses focused on interprofessional healtheducation.
In an effort to provide an opportunity to share and disseminate scholarly efforts completed or in progress, and to spark the dialogue required to synergize our work, the Division of Professional Education in the Department of LearningHealth Sciences in the Medical School, along with the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education announce the 2nd Annual Health ProfessionsEducation Day:
“Sharing Scholarship and Best Practices”
June 1, 2016
9 AM to 1 PM
Michigan League Ballroom
This event will bring together educational scholars, practitioners, researchers and students to share best practices and explore opportunities for collaboration and innovation around Health Professions Education and Interprofessional Education in particular.
The day’s highlights will include sharing of our efforts in interprofessional education and collaborative care, both in poster and panel formats. And will include a discussion of best practices in the implementation of interprofessional education. We also aim to continue the growth of collaborations across thehealth science schools and the broader University of Michigan community and campuses.
The planning committee invites all members of the Health ProfessionsEducation Community to submit abstracts for poster presentations focused on the following:
- Course, curriculum or assessment innovations in the education ofhealth science students (including interprofessional education and teaching, as well as efforts within individual disciplines)
- Innovative models of instruction that facilitate the collaborative care of patients
- Novel applications of simulation or technology-based instruction within the health science schools
This event is cosponsored by the Department of Learning Health Sciences’s Division of Professional Education, the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education, the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, and the Office of Digital Education and Innovation.
Please visit our website to view the submission guidelines.