Founded in 2007, the Jefferson Center for InterProfessional Education (JCIPE) is one of the premier interprofessional education centers in the U.S. Our center is dedicated to improving interprofessional care (IPC) through implementing and evaluating patient-centered education throughout the Thomas Jefferson University curriculum. We offer robust trainings and educational opportunities, provide innovative teaching models and evidence-based practices to help support emerging priorities in healthcare. We invite you to navigate this site and discover the latest developments, programs and resources in interprofessional education (IPE). Bookmark this page and stay connected with us!
Jefferson Center for InterProfessional Education
What's Available on this Website
What's New - Learn more about what's new in interprofessional education and care.
Programs - Opportunities for educators, healthcare professionals/practitioners, students, stakeholders, patients and the community to learn more about the Center programs/initiatives.
Learning Resources - The Center offers a collection of learning resources and innovative teaching models that includes didactic courses, interactive workshops and web-based instructions (self-directed learning modules, cases and videos) that enhances interprofessional learning in educational and/or practice settings.
Scholarship - Explore Jefferson's interprofessional education scholarly activities that includes latest advancements in research and evaluation.
Resources - Access upcoming events, IPE websites, bibliographies and assessment tools related to interprofessional education, learning and practice.
In the News
Leah Mohler, OTS, AOTA/POTA Student Delegate published an article in University of Toronto's Centre For Interprofessional Education Newsletter - February 15, 2015
"Changes in Healthcare, Changing in the Patient's Role"
Collaborating Across Borders, V
September 29 to October 2, 2015