Many students disagreed to consider IPE
as a waste of time (74.4%) also disagreed that no shared learning at undergraduate level should take place (55.5%) or that only people of their own career could provide advantage to them (50.6%).
Faculty were either recruited based on their involvement in other university IPE
initiatives, or appointed by their program's leadership.
Speaking during the celebration of this year's Chegba festival, the Onipe of Ipe
Akoko, Oba Francis Apata, Arogunbola II, said the festival started from time immemorial, saying it is an annual festival where the people of the community gathered, among other things, to refresh and strengthen their bond of love and also to celebrate motherhood.
In this study, the authors evaluated whether an IPE
course for freshman students in allied health, nursing, and pharmacy programs changed the students' attitudes toward the importance of IPE
using the Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale (RIPLS).
Conclusions: Although administrators and faculty do hold IPE
in high regard, most affiliated programs are not structured on interprofessional models.
We construct an efficient simulation-based secure secret key IPE
(SSSK-IPE) scheme in the standard model.
's plant features oil and water batch processes (no steam, which would increase risk).
Academic programs in the health sciences, including OT programs, are striving to train their students in IPE
(Schreiber & Goreczny, 2013).
keeps the momentum going throughout the year with a Public Diplomacy Outreach Program that supports media campaigns, poster contests and roadshows to underscore the importance of IP protection in local markets.
The HSC IPE
Speakers Series will also provide a certificate of attendance to students at the five schools--dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, and OT & PT programs.
The need for interprofessional education (IPE
) has been well documented and communicated by many prominent governmental bodies and health agencies including the World Health Organization (WHO).