Passport

Passport

The Interprofessional Education Passport consists of student learning activities focused on meeting the core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice and each profession’s interprofessional education accreditation requirements.

Interprofessional education is defined as “when students from two or more professions learn about, from and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes” (WHO, 2010).

As a Creighton health sciences student, you must complete three IPE Passport activities to graduate. Prior to enrollment in the IPE Passport, you must successfully complete IPE 500: Introduction to Collaborative Care. In order for an activity to be approved as part of the IPE Passport, it must meet certain criteria and be approved by the IPE Curriculum Committee.

If you plan to use the IPE Passport, we ask you cite it as follows: Packard, K., Doll, J., Beran-Shepler, K., Stewart, N. H., & Maio, A. (2017). Design and Implementation of the Interprofessional Education Passport Curriculum in a Multi-Campus University with Distance Learners. Medical Science Educator, 1-7.

IPE Passport Resources