Faculty Development

Faculty development has been essential in the furthering of interprofessional education at the School of Osteopathic Medicine. This education has included participation in national interprofessional education conferences including Integrating Quality Meeting: Collaborating for Care and the Interprofessional Education Collaborative. Local education has been obtained in conjunction with the Jefferson Interprofessional Education Center.

NJISA has a grant from the Reynolds Foundation that has focused on interprofessional faculty development, interprofessional education and interprofessional practice opportunities for medical students. A survey focusing on faculty attitudes toward interprofessional education is in process as part of the grant.

The Collaborative Medical Education Faculty Learning Community has been awarded a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation intramural grant to develop an IPE program. The initial focus will be communication in four areas of healthcare; with patients, members of the healthcare team, the community and in the business world. The cohorts will include preprofessional students, medical students and healthcare profession students. This project will involve all three campuses of Rowan University and serve as a foundation for interprofessional education and practice for the university.

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