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Type of Interprofessional Experience
Select the type of interprofessional experience from the following options:
  • Exposure: non-recurring interprofessional experience (e.g. health fair, simulation exercise such as ISPE, volunteering in an interprofessional student-run clinic, one-time seminar).
  • Immersion: recurring interprofessional experience (e.g. credited course with embedded interprofessional learning experiences, ongoing interprofessional clinical placement or volunteer activity, interprofessional quality improvement project).

Health Professions* Involved

Select the number of health professions involved. 
*At UCSF, the term "Health Professions" includes anyone who collaborates together to impact the health of patients/populations. This has traditionally included the fields of: medicine, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, and physical therapy. However, we also recognize and value the contributions of other specialties, including: community health, population health, and environmental health, among others.

Which UCSF Health Profession Students can enroll in this experience?

What level(s) of UCSF learner(s) is this activity open to?  Select all that apply.

What type of activity is this?

# of Sessions/Activities

* Note that learners may work with other learners OR with faculty/staff from other professions

Context & Interactivity (select all that apply)

Faculty Qualifications (select the highest level of faculty training/experience)

UCSF IPE Graduation Milestones
Milestone 1: Use the knowledge of one’s own role and the roles of other health professionals to appropriately assess and address the health care needs of the patients and populations served.
Milestone 2: Communicate with other health professionals in a responsive and responsible manner that supports a collaborative approach to the maintenance of health and the treatment of disease in individual patients and populations.
Milestone 3: Work with other health professionals to establish and maintain a climate of mutual respect, dignity, diversity, ethical integrity, and trust.

Select how many milestone(s) the activity covers/addresses:

UCSF IPE Graduation Milestones
Select which milestone(s) the activity covers/addresses:

Interprofessional Learning Objectives 
(for sample interprofessional learning objectives, please click here)

Reflection on Learning

Is there a formal, structured opportunity for reflection or debriefing of the interprofessional experience?

Assessment of Learning