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IPE Opportunities in Yakima

Yakima-Interprofessional

Pacific NW University $1.75M HRSA grant provides interprofessional learning opportunities for health science students across Central Washington

Since fall 2015, students at the college in Yakima have participated in several interprofessional events (IPE) in coordination with central Washington higher education partners: Pacific NW University of Health Sciences, Central Washington University, Yakima Valley Community College, Heritage University, and WSU College of Pharmacy in Yakima. Nearly 300 students participated in the first IPE event, where students worked in small groups to complete various patient … » More …

Approximately 80 Students Participate in Interprofessional Training

Interprofessional Training
An interprofessional (IP) cohort of faculty across disciplines collaborated to provide training and education to approximately 80 students last Thursday, October 15. A total of 14 interprofessional teams were assembled from WSU College of Nursing (DNP students), WSU College of Pharmacy, WSU Nutrition & Exercise Physiology, UW (Medical Students), and EWU (Master’s in Social Work students). The activities aimed to build teamwork and skills through the TeamSTEPPS program. During the training, standardized patients were incorporated for case-based teaching and learning via simulations. Video conferencing technology allowed students from multiple campuses to attend the training.

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An Interprofessional Approach to Chronic Care

There is growing recognition that complex health issues are best addressed by interprofessional teams of health care providers. For the past few years, WSU has been providing opportunities for students from different health disciplines to learn and work together. A new grant-funded project is going to take this to the next level while improving care for patients with multiple chronic conditions who live in rural or medically underserved areas.

“This program is really going to let us build out our rural focus to an even greater degree,” said assistant professor of nursing Cindy Fitzgerald, the program director on the project.

Health science camps promote careers and college

PULLMAN, Wash. – As most teens celebrate the end of the school year, 55 Native American and underserved high school students statewide are returning to learning for two weeks to explore health science careers at Washington State University.
The Na-ha-shnee Health Science Institute, designed for Native Americans, and the Creating a Nursing Path program, benefiting underserved students from Rogers High School (Spokane, Wash.), Pasco High School (Pasco, Wash.) and Davis High School (Yakima, Wash.), are under way June 17-28 at the Pullman campus.

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