IPE Profiles

We want to highlight people invested in the growth of Interprofessional Education and Practice, from local to global. These individuals are an integral component in increasing a culture of value toward the positive impact multidisciplinary and multi-institutional collaborations have on our students, the community, and the field of healthcare.


Richard Baldwin, DO

Associate Professor – Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

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Interprofessional Education Collaborations

 

Founding Medical Director of the Physician Assistant program

Developed new courses in interviewing, health promotion, and clinical reasoning; recipient of Exceptional Faculty Award

Part-time faculty appointment in the College of Pharmacy

Using team-based learning to expose first year pharmacy students to the way a primary care physician thinks

Active participant of a major grant from the Kellogg Foundation

Collaborating with nurse practitioners

Member – Interprofessional Education Curriculum Committee

Helping to design and establish learning activities that promote interprofessionalism

Interprofessional Education Events Facilitator

Facilitating small groups at all IPE learning events and modeling interprofessional practice

Member – TCOM Student Admissions Committee

Incorporating interview and admissions practices that seek out team-oriented students

Conference attendee at the Interprofessional Education Collaborative

Interest in learning about what other health professions schools are doing to improve IPE

 

Expectations for Interprofessional Education and Practice

“When students are exposed to interprofessional education early they are much more likely to engage in interprofessional activity in their professional life. The health care system is asking us to do more, in less time, for less money. This will make team care essential.”

 

 

 

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