HPE Day Submission Deadline Extended to Apr. 18

April 12, 2016  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

HPE day

The University of Michigan is unique with seven outstanding health science schools that share the core missions of preparing future clinicians and scholars, while caring for patients within a single health care system. Within each school, faculty members are actively engaged in educational experimentation and innovation, but the ideas are not always visible to likeminded educators in other schools across campus. With the recent formation of the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education, we can collectively create a community space focused on innovation within health professions education.

HPE Day, which is an evolution of Med Ed Day, is an opportunity to share and disseminate scholarly efforts completed or in progress, and to spark the dialogue required to synergize our work. This event brings together educational scholars, practitioners, researchers and students to share best practices and explore opportunities for collaboration and innovation. Faculty have an opportunity to learn about innovations being developed and implemented at other schools and share their own creative ideas. The day includes sharing of our initial efforts in interprofessional education and collaborative care and discussion of opportunities for the growth of collaboration across the healthscience schools and the broader campus community.

Submission Guidelines

Abstracts are limited to 500 words. Abstracts, especially for research posters, must address these points. We suggest you use them to title each paragraph of your abstract.

  • Background
  • Actions, Methods, or Intervention
  • Results
  • Lessons Learned
  • Future Applications and Next Steps

At this time we request abstracts only. If your presentation is accepted, you will be responsible for printing your own poster.

Questions about HPE Day can be sent to hpe-day-organizers@umich.edu

Website: http://lhs.medicine.umich.edu/dpe/health-professions-education-day/hpe-day-2016