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Core IPE HRSA grant faculty L to R: Sarah McElvain (Administration); Heather Becker (Evaluation); Carol Delville (Nursing); Gayle Timmerman (Nursing); Barbara Jones (Social Work);  Mrinalini Kulkarni-Date (Medicine); and Veronica Young (Pharmacy)Welc
Welcome! This website provides the UT Austin community with a centralized location for IPE information that can be used by all health professions. 

The purpose of the website is: 1) to communicate opportunities to participate in IPE; 2) to provide resources that facilitate IPE; and 3) to disseminate the core Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Competencies (IPEC) to preceptors, faculty, and students in the health professions through videos and links.

We hope that the website will remove some of the communication barriers that are inherent when busy health profession students, faculty, and preceptors try to coordinate activities with other health professions by providing a convenient clearinghouse for IPE information.

The initial funding for the website was made possible by US Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Advanced Nursing Education Program grant (D09HP25930); as of Fall 2017, funding for the establishment of the UT Austin Center for Health Interprofessional Practice and Education is provided through the UT Provost's Office.

The mission of the UT Austin Center for Health IPE is to lead innovative interprofessional education, practice, and scholarship that advances collaborative person-centered health care and population-oriented health.  

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