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Call for Proposals: IPE Faculty Award – September 2017

Aug. 28, 2017

Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education

University of Maryland, Baltimore Center for Interprofessional Education

Deadline for priority decision: Wednesday, Sept. 27. Additional applications will be considered on a bi-monthly basis (November 2017, January 2018) pending availability of funds. Please visit the IPE website for additional information and to download a proposed template.

Purpose: The purpose of the Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education (IPE) is to encourage and build a community of faculty members across the schools of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and throughout the University System of Maryland who have interest and expertise in interprofessional education. This includes, potentially, IPE activities nationally and internationally.

Activities: Faculty Awards may be used for a variety of endeavors that can include, but are not limited to, travel to other institutions to study IPE; regional and national meetings focused on IPE, including poster and podium presentations; educational products focused on IPE and other faculty development activities that are inclusive of UMB students from two or more schools. The funds must be used within a one-year window and any individual is limited to one award per year. Faculty Awards may provide a one-time salary enhancement stipend, if allowed by the UMB school, and appropriate for the proposed activity.

Award Management: All UMB faculty members are eligible to apply for a Faculty Award of up to $2,000 annually. Other faculty from the University System of Maryland require a partner from the UMB faculty and are eligible for up to a $1,000 award. A two-page proposal, including a budget, should be submitted via email to the UMB Center for Interprofessional Education. Please include a title for the award, along with a description of the proposed activity and its potential to further IPE at UMB. If you plan to use standardized patients through the Clinical Education and Evaluation Laboratory, please email the director, Nancy Budd Culpepper. The co-directors of the Center for Interprofessional Education serve as the award committee.

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Patricia Danielewicz
Center for Interprofessional Education
University of Maryland, Baltimore
410-706-4224

  
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Call for Proposals: IPE Faculty Award – May 2017

Deadline for Priority Decision

Wednesday, July 26. Additional applications will be considered on a bimonthly basis (September and November 2017) pending availability of funds. Please visit our website for additional information and to download a proposal template.

Purpose

The purpose of the Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education (IPE) is to encourage and build a community of faculty members across the schools of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and throughout the University System of Maryland who have interest and expertise in interprofessional education. This includes, potentially, IPE activities nationally and internationally.

Activities

Faculty Awards may be used for a variety of endeavors that can include, but are not limited to, travel to other institutions to study IPE; regional and national meetings focused on IPE, including poster and podium presentations; educational products focused on IPE and other faculty development activities that are inclusive of UMB students from 2 or more schools. The funds must be used within a one-year window and any individual is limited to one award per year. Faculty Awards may provide a one-time salary enhancement stipend, if allowed by the UMB School, and appropriate for the proposed activity.

Award Management

All UMB faculty members are eligible to apply for a Faculty Award of up to $2,000 annually. Other faculty from the University System of Maryland require a partner from the UMB faculty and are eligible for up to a $1,000 award. A two-page proposal, including a budget, should be submitted via email to the Center for Interprofessional Education. Please include a title for the award, along with a description of the proposed activity and its potential to further IPE at UMB. If you plan to use standardized patients through the Clinical Education and Evaluation Laboratory, please contact the Program Manager, Nancy Budd Culpepper. The co-directors of the Center for Interprofessional Education serve as the award committee.

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Patricia Danielewicz
Center for Interprofessional Education
University of Maryland, Baltimore
410-706-4224
pdanielewicz@son.umaryland.edu

  
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Intimate Partner Violence IPE Course

Learning Opportunity: Interprofessional Responses to Intimate Partner Violence

The UMB Community Collaborative on Intimate Partner Violence is sponsoring the one-credit elective course “Interprofessional Responses to Intimate Partner Violence: What We All Need to Know.”

About the Course

This course is comprised of seven consecutive sessions and will be held on Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. beginning on Sept. 20 and ending on Nov. 1. Course instructors will include faculty and staff from the schools of social work, law, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and nursing.

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a significant societal problem, which has persisted despite efforts to eradicate it using numerous intervention strategies. In this course, the student will be introduced to key concepts, processes, measurements, and related theories across diverse practice settings (i.e. dentistry, law, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and social work) to be able to effectively address IPV in practice.

We will cover Issues related to those who experience and witness IPV as well as those who perpetrate IPV, including social and cultural factors (e.g., race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status) associated with IPV, including theory practice on intersectionality. The student will explore various strategies established for ending IPV and clinical, policy, and social change interventions from an interprofessional perspective.

Course activities will be designed to help the student think critically and apply understanding of theories from the individual to macro levels of intervention and change across practice settings in social work, law, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, and medicine.

Weekly Class Topics

  • Class 1: Definitions, Prevalence and Impact of IPV
  • Class 2: History and Theories of IPV
  • Class 3: Practice: Social Work and Law (Screening for IPV, IPV Programs [crisis, clinical, advocacy], Civil and Criminal Legal Options, Child Welfare Advocates and Victim Advocates, and Safety vs. Autonomy)
  • Class 4: Practice: Nursing, Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy (How Is IPV Visible in My Practice?, Screening and Brief Interventions in Health Settings, Intimate Partner Sexual Violence, and Reproductive Coercion)
  • Class 5: Policy (Local, State, and Federal Law and Policies, Limitations of Current Practice, Promising Practices, and Reporting Requirements)
  • Class 6: Special Populations/Considerations (Minority, Immigrant, LGTB, HIV, Disabled, and Male Victims, Intersection of IPV and Human Trafficking, and Adolescent Relationship Abuse)
  • Class 7: Where are we now? Where do we need to go? (Best Practices, Intersectionality, Social Justice, and Social Change)

Enroll

To enroll, contact your school’s registration office. For additional information on the topics covered in this course, contact Lisa Fedina at LFedina@ssw.umaryland.edu.

  
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IPEC 2017 Fall Institute – Call for Proposals

The Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) will be hosting faculty teams at their 2017 Fall Institute scheduled for Oct. 18-20, 2017 in Long Beach, Calif., with focus on advancing and sustaining your program for collaborative practice.

The UMB Center for Interprofessional Education Director (Jane Kirschling) and Co-Directors (Heather Congdon and Dave Mallott) would like to invite you to prepare a brief (no more than one page) proposal, including a brief description of the proposed IPE project that your team will design and implement as a result of participating in the institute. The team selected to represent UMB will be asked to submit a proposal for seed grant funding from the center for up to $15,000 to support the IPE initiative.

The deadline for proposals is Friday, June 16, 2017 at 5 p.m. The team members identified in the proposal must represent at least three different health profession disciplines. One member of the team can be from another University System of Maryland university if s/he represents a discipline other than those offered at UMB. The team should range in size from three to five members. Please send your proposal via email to Patricia Danielewicz.

All costs associated with attendance will be covered by the UMB Center for Interprofessional Education.

The overall goal of the IPEC effort is to create faculty champions who can enhance interprofessional curricula, learning experiences, and assessment of learners. Faculty across the health disciplines will join together to explore how to embed such content into their curriculum. Upon returning to their home institutions, it is expected that workshop participants will help to develop faculty teams with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement an interprofessional education project. The scope of the project must be interprofessional and have a direct link to clinical care. Projects require a final report within 18 months of the conference.

Please share this information with faculty who might be interested in submitting a proposal.

  
Patricia Danielewicz Collaboration, Education, UMB NewsMay 25, 20170 comments
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IPE at UMB – Your Input is Appreciated

The Center for Interprofessional Education will host a 90 minute forum for the UMB community on Thursday, March 16, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the School of Nursing auditorium. The purpose of the forum is to seek stakeholder input on what activities should be included within UMB’s Center for Interprofessional Education.

Please RSVP to Patricia Danielewicz by Wednesday, March 8.

  
Patricia Danielewicz Collaboration, Education, UMB News, University LifeFebruary 13, 20170 comments
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2017 IPE Faculty Development Session

The 2017 Interprofessional Education (IPE) Faculty Development session will be held on Wednesday, March 8 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the School of Pharmacy.

The Center for Interprofessional Education will be holding an IPE Faculty Development Day with four breakout learning sessions. These sessions will help faculty improve their IPE skills and learn how to integrate IPE in the classroom.

Breakout Learning Sessions

  • Debriefing Strategies for Faculty
  • Cultural Competence for Health and Human Service Providers
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Assessment Tools and Strategies based on Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Model

REGISTER NOW

Questions? Email Patricia Danielewicz.

  
Patricia DanielewiczCollaboration, Community Service, Education, Global & Community Engagement, PeopleFebruary 2, 20170 comments
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IPEC 2017 Spring Institute – Call for Proposals

The Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) will be hosting faculty teams at an Interprofessional Faculty Development Institute set for May 3 – 5, 2017, at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Learning Center at 655 K Street, NW, in Washington, D.C., with focus on building a framework for interprofessional education.

The UMB Center for Interprofessional Education Director Jane Kirschling and Co-Directors Heather Congdon and Dave Mallott would like to invite you to prepare a brief (no more than one page) proposal, including a brief description of the proposed IPE project that the team will design and implement as a result of participating in the Institute. The team selected to represent UMB will be asked to submit a proposal for seed grant funding from the center for up to $10,000 to support the IPE initiative. Learn more about the Seed Grant application and template.

The deadline for proposals is Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, at 5 p.m. The team members identified in the proposal must represent at least three different health profession disciplines. One member of the team can be from another University of Maryland System university if s/he is representing a discipline other than those offered at UMB. The team should range in size from three to five members. Please send your proposal via email to Patricia Danielewicz at pdanielewicz@son.umaryland.edu.

All costs associated with attendance will be covered by the UMB Center for Interprofessional Education.

The overall goal of the IPEC effort is to create faculty champions who can enhance interprofessional curricula, learning experiences and assessment of learners. Learn more about IPEC. Faculty across the health disciplines will join together to explore how to embed such content into their curriculum. Upon returning to their home institutions, it is expected that workshop participants will help to develop faculty teams with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement an interprofessional education project.  The scope of the project must be interprofessional and have a direct link to clinical care. Your project will require a final report within 18 months of the conference.

Please share this information with faculty who might be interested in submitting a proposal.

Patricia Danielewicz
Center for Interprofessional Education
University of Maryland, Baltimore
655 W. Lombard St., Suite 505
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-706-4224
pdanielewicz@son.umaryland.edu

  
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IPE Faculty Award – November 2016

Deadline for Priority Decision

Wednesday, Nov. 30. Additional applications will be considered on a bimonthly basis (January, March, May 2017) pending availability of funds. Please visit our website for additional information and to download a proposal template.

Purpose

The purpose of the Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education (IPE) is to encourage and build a community of faculty members across the schools of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and throughout the University System of Maryland who have interest and expertise in interprofessional education. This includes, potentially, IPE activities nationally and internationally.

Activities

Faculty Awards may be used for a variety of endeavors that can include, but are not limited to, travel to other institutions to study IPE; regional and national meetings focused on IPE, including poster and podium presentations; educational products focused on IPE and other faculty development activities that are inclusive of UMB students from two or more schools. The funds must be used within a one-year window and any individual is limited to one award per year. Faculty Awards may provide a one-time salary enhancement stipend, if allowed by the UMB school, and appropriate for the proposed activity.

Award Management

All UMB faculty members are eligible to apply for a Faculty Award of up to $2,000 annually. Other faculty from the University System of Maryland require a partner from the UMB faculty and are eligible for up to a $1,000 award. A two-page proposal, including a budget, should be submitted via email to the Center for Interprofessional Education. Please include a title for the award, along with a description of the proposed activity and its potential to further IPE at UMB. If you plan to use standardized patients through the Clinical Education and Evaluation Laboratory, please contact the Program Manager, Nancy Budd Culpepper. The co-directors of the Center for Interprofessional Education serve as the award committee.

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:

Patricia Danielewicz
Center for Interprofessional Education
University of Maryland, Baltimore

  
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Seed Grant Recipients Symposium

President Jay A. Perman, MD; School of Nursing Dean Jane M. Kirschling, PhD, RN, FAAN; IPE co-directors Heather Congdon, PharmD, CACP, CDE, and Dave Mallott, MD, invite you to a symposium presented by the five IPE 2015-2016 Seed Grant recipients on Monday, Nov. 14 from 2 to 4:30 p.m. in SMC Campus Center, Elm Room B.

The principal investigator (PI) of each group will present a 15-minute overview of their project. A reception will follow at 4 p.m. Please RSVP to Patricia Danielewicz by Nov. 7.

  
Patricia Danielewicz Collaboration, Education, UMB News, University LifeOctober 5, 20160 comments
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IPE Day Planning

Learning From Peers on IPE Day

More than 400 students from all of UMB’s seven schools attended IPE Day “to learn with, from, and about one another.” The fourth annual event was held April 13 by UMB’s Center for Interprofessional Education. A large group attended from UMB programs at the Universities at Shady Grove.

UMB President Jay A. Perman, MD, spoke of “the power of team,” and Center Director and UM School of Nursing Dean Jane M. Kirschling, PhD, RN, FAAN, urged the students to get the most from the multi-disciplinary program. To facilitate their learning in small groups, 30 faculty members performed as mentors after having undergone training along with 40 other faculty members.

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Students Josline Ali-Napo, left, of the School of Social Work; Katherine Campbell of the School of Medicine (SOM); Da Choi of the School of Dentistry; and Godly Jack of the SOM interact with a standardized patient.

In the groups, standardized patients revealed their symptoms, and a team of future health-care and human-services providers came up with a care plan. Among the mentors were Elsie Stines, DNP ’15, MS, CRNP, who together with Perman conducts the interdisciplinary President’s Clinic, and Maryland Carey Law Dean Donald B. Tobin, JD.

Overseeing IPE Day were the center’s co-directors, Heather B. Congdon, PharmD, BCPS, CDE, assistant dean for the School of Pharmacy program at USG; and David B. Mallott, MD, associate professor and associate dean for medical education at the School of Medicine.

Chidi Eke of the School of Dentistry wins a prize.

Chidi Eke of the School of Dentistry wins a prize.

As a wrapup, all 10 groups united during a comment session in which students used terms such as “enlightened” and “eye opener” to describe the experience of working with peers who would be entering other professions. The camaraderie grew more festive during a raffle.

A buffet supper was served at the Southern Management Corporation Campus Center, where many of the activities took place. IPE Day was supported by a gift from James Earl Jr., PhD, and Sylvia Earl.

  
Patricia Fanning Collaboration, Education, People, UMB News, University LifeMay 13, 20160 comments
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Call for Faculty Award Proposals

University of Maryland, Baltimore Center for Interprofessional Education

Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education

Deadline for Priority Decision

Wednesday, May 25
Additional applications will be considered on a bimonthly basis (July, September, November 2016) pending availability of funds. Please visit our website for additional information and to download a proposal template.

Purpose

The purpose of the Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education (IPE) is to encourage and build a community of faculty members across the schools of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and throughout the University System of Maryland who have interest and expertise in interprofessional education. This includes, potentially, IPE activities nationally and internationally.

Activities

The Faculty Awards may be used for a variety of endeavors that could include, but would not be limited to, travel to other institutions to study IPE; regional and national meetings focused on IPE, including abstract presentations; pilot educational projects that are inclusive of UMB students from two or more schools; and other faculty development activities. The awards will be given for one year with the potential for an additional one-year renewal depending on the project/activity, but the Faculty Awards are not envisioned to provide ongoing faculty salary support.

Award Management

All UMB faculty members are eligible to apply for a Faculty Award of up to $2,000 annually. Other faculty from the University System of Maryland require a partner from the UMB faculty and are eligible for up to a $1,000 award. A two-page proposal, including a budget, should be submitted via email to the Center for Interprofessional Education.

Please include a title for the award, along with a description of the proposed activity and its potential to further IPE at UMB. If you plan to use standardized patients through the Clinical Education and Evaluation Laboratory, please contact the Program Manager, Nancy Budd Culpepper. The co-directors of the Center for Interprofessional Education serve as the award committee.

Questions? Submit an Application

Patricia Danielewicz
Center for Interprofessional Education
University of Maryland, Baltimore
410-706-4224

  
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Call for November 2015 IPE Faculty Award Proposals

Submit your proposal for a University of Maryland, Baltimore Center for Interprofessional Education Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education.

Deadline for Priority Decision

Wednesday, Nov. 25. Additional applications will be considered on a bi-monthly basis (January 2016, March 2016) pending availability of funds. Please visit our website for additional information and to download a proposal template.

Purpose

The purpose of the Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education (IPE) is to encourage and build a community of faculty members across the schools of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and throughout the University System of Maryland who have interest and expertise in interprofessional education. This includes, potentially, IPE activities nationally and internationally.

Activities

The Faculty Awards may be used for a variety of endeavors that could include, but would not be limited to, travel to other institutions to study IPE; regional and national meetings focused on IPE, including abstract presentations; pilot educational projects that are inclusive of UMB students from two or more schools; and other faculty development activities. The awards will be given for one year with the potential for an additional one-year renewal depending on the project/activity, but the Faculty Awards are not envisioned to provide ongoing faculty salary support.

Award Management

All UMB faculty members are eligible to apply for a Faculty Award of up to $2,000 annually. Other faculty from the University System of Maryland require a partner from the UMB faculty and are eligible for up to a $1,000 award.

A two-page proposal, including a budget, should be submitted via email to the Center for Interprofessional Education. Please include a title for the award, along with a description of the proposed activity and its potential to further IPE at UMB.

If you plan to use standardized patients through the Clinical Education and Evaluation Laboratory, please contact Nancy Budd Culpepper, program manager. The co-directors of the Center for Interprofessional Education serve as the award committee.

Submissions

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:

Patricia Danielewicz
Center for Interprofessional Education
University of Maryland, Baltimore
410-706-4224

  
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Call for September 2015 IPE Faculty Award Proposals

University of Maryland, Baltimore Center for Interprofessional Education Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education

Deadline for priority decision: Wednesday, Sept. 30.

Additional applications will be considered on a bi-monthly basis (November 2015, January 2016) pending availability of funds. Please visit our website for additional information and to download a proposal template.

Purpose: The purpose of the Faculty Award in Support of Interprofessional Education (IPE) is to encourage and build a community of faculty members across the schools of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and throughout the University System of Maryland who have interest and expertise in interprofessional education. This includes, potentially, IPE activities nationally and internationally.

Activities: The Faculty Awards may be used for a variety of endeavors that could include, but would not be limited to, travel to other institutions to study IPE; regional and national meetings focused on IPE, including abstract presentations; pilot educational projects that are inclusive of UMB students from two or more schools; and other faculty development activities. The awards will be given for one year with the potential for an additional one-year renewal depending on the project/activity, but the Faculty Awards are not envisioned to provide ongoing faculty salary support.

Award Management: All UMB faculty members are eligible to apply for a Faculty Award of up to $2,000 annually. Other faculty from the University System of Maryland require a partner from the UMB faculty and are eligible for up to a $1,000 award. A two-page proposal, including a budget, should be submitted via email to the Center for Interprofessional Education. Please include a title for the award, along with a description of the proposed activity and its potential to further IPE at UMB. If you plan to use standardized patients through the Clinical Education and Evaluation Laboratory, please contact the Program Manager, Nancy Budd Culpepper. The co-directors of the Center for Interprofessional Education serve as the award committee.

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Patricia Danielewicz
Center for Interprofessional Education
University of Maryland, Baltimore
410-706-4224

  
Patricia DanielewiczCollaboration, Education, UMB News, University LifeSeptember 15, 20150 comments
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2015 IPE and IPC Seed Grant Announcement

The Center for Interprofessional Education at the University of Maryland, Baltimore is pleased to announce an opportunity for $5,000 to $10,000 seed grants for 13-month IPE and IPC pilot projects. Proposals should be practice or classroom focused, with educational and evaluative components employing the IPEC Interprofessional Education Collaborative Expert Panel. Grant funds may not be used toward salary or benefit support. The following definitions of IPE/IPC should be used when developing proposals.

 

  
Patricia DanielewiczCollaboration, Education, UMB News, University LifeDecember 4, 20140 comments
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