Thursday, May 6, 2021, 11:00am to 12:00pm
It’s been a decade since the first interprofessional education collaborative competencies were introduced to health professions education. Since then, educators, students, and patients have experienced great victories in interprofessional education (IPE) and practice. However, despite the best of intentions, IPE has not been realized as envisioned. Why is it so hard to translate intent into action? As they say, “the devil is in the details.” Over the years, the Center for Integration of Primary Care and Oral Health (CIPCOH) has studied the facilitators and barriers to the bilateral integration of primary care and oral health in health professions education. In the third webinar of a four-part CIPCOH series, we will explore challenges faced and overcome in IPE in the context of CIPCOH’s research findings.
Monty MacNeil, DDS, M.Dent.Sc.
Professor of Dental Medicine & Dean Emeritus
University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine
Alycia Markowski, PT, DPT, MPhyS, FAAOMPT, OCS
Department of Physical Therapy, Movement & Rehabilitation Science, Faculty
Northeastern University, Bouvé College of Health Sciences
Robin Ann Harvan, EdD, EdM, FNAP, FIAMSE, FACE
Professor & Director of Health Sciences Programs
Chair, Boston Interprofessional Education Leadership Group
School of Arts and Sciences
Department of Humanities, Behavioral & Social Sciences
Tien Jiang, DMD, MEd (Moderator)
Investigator, Center for Integration of Primary Care and Oral Health
Instructor, Harvard School of Dental Medicine