Through research, community outreach and faculty and student development, the interprofessional health sciences centers at Creighton University contribute to the greater good. The centers focus on a variety of critical health-related area, from health disparities to ethics to health promotion and well-being.
Below, learn more about the work they do.
As a pharmacy student, post-graduate resident or fellow, you’ll prepare for the challenges of your future career through the Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice. For current health professionals, the center provides information and consultations that are evidence-based, timely and unbiased.
The goal of the Center for Health Policy and Ethics (CHPE) is to foster excellence in teaching ethics to students in Creighton’s four health sciences schools.
The Center for Health Promotion and Well-Being focuses on modifiable health factors through an integrated approach that includes academic programs, research and service programming.
The Hereditary Cancer Center (HCC) is devoted to cancer prevention resulting from identification of hereditary cancer.
The Center for Medication Therapy Management helps student pharmacists gain clinical knowledge and expertise through the delivery of medication therapy management services. Students learn to empower patients to take an active role in their health to contribute to the improvement of health care outcomes.
The Osteoporosis Research Center (ORC) is an international center of excellence in bone research, serving people who are at risk for or suffering from osteoporosis.
The Center for Promoting Health and Health Equality (CPHHE) works to improve health and reduce health disparities throughout Omaha and the region.
Learn more about CPHHE.
The Center for Health Services Research and Patient Safety (CHRP) is a collaborative, interprofessional hub that works collectively to unearth improvements in health care quality and patient safety across the health care spectrum. Students work side-by-side with faculty to discover, translate and disseminate new knowledge with patient care.
Learn more about CHRP.
The Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER) is the hub for interprofessional education and collaboration for Creighton and its academic health partner, CHI Health. CIPER provides resources and support for students and faculty that are both didactic and clinical through interprofessional activities.
Learn more about CIPER.