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Research & Scholarship

Research & Scholarship

CIPER leadership, faculty and students are actively contributing to new knowledge in the field of interprofessional research. Much of our research combines collaboration among all health sciences professions.

Learn more about research organizations below.

The National Academies of Practice (NAP) is distinguished professionals advancing interprofessional healthcare by fostering collaboration and advocating policies in the best interest of individuals and their communities.

NAP leads and exemplifies interprofessional healthcare that promotes and preserves the health and well-being of all. To learn more about this organization visit here.

The National Center is charged to provide the leadership, evidence and resources needed to guide the nation on interprofessional education and collaborative practice.

In that pursuit, they aim to challenge tradition and create a deeply connected, integrated learning system that will transform education and care together. To learn more about this organization visit here.

Collaborating Across Borders (CAB) is a premier Canada-United States joint conference focusing on an exploration of common issues around interprofessional education (IPE) and practice (IPP). 

The Collaborating Across Borders conference series launched in 2007 as an interprofessional venue where educators, clinicians, researchers, policy makers and students on both sides of the border engaged in rich and productive dialogue regarding interprofessional education, practice and research. The conference series is held biennially and travels between the United States and Canada. 

The American Interprofessional Health Collaborative transcends boundaries to transform learning, policies, practices, and scholarship toward an improved system of health and wellness for individual patients, communities, and populations.

It believes educating those entrusted with the health of individuals, communities, and populations to value and respect each other’s unique expertise and skills and to work together is fundamental to care that is effective, safe, of high quality, and efficient in terms of cost, resources, and time.

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Center for Interprofessional Practice,
Education and Research (CIPER)