Additions to the calendar are always welcome! Contact us today to list your event: OUHSC-IPE@ouhsc.edu.
Evening Unity Clinic
New student and faculty volunteers are always welcome! Email us at Unity-Clinic@ouhsc.edu.
March Interdisciplinary Grand Rounds
Join us on Wednesday, March 1, for the March Interdisciplinary Grand Rounds!
The Interdisciplinary Grand Rounds are a monthly seminar discussion to review a current topic that affects the campus community and to provide skills, resources, or education related to that topic as developed and implemented by students with direction from faculty advisors and/or content experts.
This month will feature Dr. Jamie Hokett on the topic of rural health care.
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to virtually attend.
Register at tinyurl.com/Mar23IGR
According to 2019 Census Bureau data, at least one in seven Oklahomans were living below the poverty line. Join us as we learn what it’s like to try to live a month at or below the poverty line. We will discuss what that means for providers and how to deliver team-based, patient-centered care for one of Oklahoma’s most vulnerable populations.
Register here: Poverty Enrollment: Spring 2023
Daytime Unity Clinic
Social Determinants of Health: Health Literacy Simulation
This project is aimed at reducing readmission rates for patients with Sepsis as well as teaching students how to effectively address the social determinants of health in a health literate way. Many times, the care that we give the patient is above their level of understanding – through this simulation and hospital experience working with Sepsis patients, it is our goal to cultivate effective healthcare communicators!
Registration is now available. Sign up today!
2S- LGBTQ+ Community Informed Simulation
This course is intended to be completed after Diversity Ally training is completed, and before participation in interprofessional clinical activities.
Proposed Goal: The goal of this project is to engage the 2S-LGBTQ+ community as active team members in course design, content delivery, and active reflection to prepare health professions students to be collaborative and patient-centered when delivering team-based care to the community.
Register here: 2S-LGBTQ+ Enrollment: Spring 2023
IEPA Award Nominations Close
Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their caregivers and families, require unique communication techniques that are patient-centered. This innovative team-based simulation allows learners to be taught directly by individuals (self-advocates) or family members (family-advocates) in a safe environment regarding proper team-based communication.
Register here: SAME/FAME Enrollment: Spring 2023
Call for IEPA Seed Grants Closes
Breaking Bad News Simulation
Difficult situations, and difficult conversations, require certain patient/family-centered communication techniques. This simulation will allow learners a chance to practice team communication skills while exploring scenarios unique to delivery bad news following a health crisis.
Registration is now open. Limited spots are available. Please email email@example.com to sign up!
IEPA Leadership Nominations Open
IEPA Leadership Nominations Close