Interprofessional Teams in Healthcare: Who are you? Finding yourself through IP Communication

This is a past event.

Presented for UAB faculty by Bill Somerall. The UAB Center for Interprofessional Education and Simulation (CIPES) is excited to team up with the UAB Center for Teaching and Learning to offer training for educators in the growing field of Interprofessional Education (IPE). This series has been developed to aid faculty teaching students in health-related schools add Interprofessional content to their courses. Non-health-related faculty will also find the information and tools useful to integrate into any interprofessional activity.

The topic for this presentation is: "Who are you?  Finding yourself through Interprofessional Communication"

Registration is strongly encouraged for in-person attendance so that we can notify participants of any unexpected schedule changes and ensure that we have the correct amount of food if a meal is provided. UAB faculty are always welcome to show up to in-person CTL events without registering. However, if you do attend without registering, we ask that if food is being served, you wait until all pre-registered participants have gotten their food before serving yourself.

*Lunch will be served at this event. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or if your schedule changes and you are unable to attend.

Because of the nature of this presentation, a Zoom stream will not be available for this event. Join us in person to participate in this workshop.

Wednesday, October 5 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

School of Nursing, NB 1056
1701 University Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35233

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