News

September 18, 2019

By Shelley Wong

(left to right: Students Michelle Tong and William Lee, faculty co-leads Meghan O’Brien, MD, MBE, and Emily Silverman, MD, student Nazineen Kandahari, PRIME Director Leigh Kimberg, MD, and student Nate Avalos)

With a confident vision, Emily Silverman, MD, and Meghan O’Brien, MD, MBE, led a winter 2019 elective that empowered interprofessional students to organize a health humanities event series within just a few weeks.

Dr. Kennedy facilitating the Core Principles of Interprofessional Practice Session #2 with students
March 25, 2019

By Shelley Wong

Our interprofessional education program continues to grow and welcome new faculty teachers. We spoke with Kai Kennedy, PT, DPT, Katherine Gruenberg, PharmD, and Mia Williams, MD, MS to learn more about their work and why they are a part of interprofessional education.

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Jennifer Mandal, MD
January 04, 2019

By Shelley Wong

Technological advances in health care are expanding and changing how care is delivered to patients and how interprofessional team members engage with each other. Instead of meeting in person, many interactions between health care colleagues are conducted through email, e-consults, and telemedicine consults. To deliver care efficiently and effectively in the 21st-century, students need opportunities to practice collaborating with colleagues in an online, asynchronous manner.

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