Interprofessional Education

Interprofessional education (IPE) promotes collaborative and integrated learning amongst two or more health profession students (pre-license and/or post-license) in order to encourage safe, high quality, accessible, patient-centered care and ultimately, improve health outcomes. The AETC Program will implement IPE projects with academic partners involving various disciplines such as nursing, medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, public health, social work, mental health, and law with the end goal of graduating diverse clinicians and health professionals prepared to provide team-based HIV care.

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Oral Health and HIV

People with HIV experience a high incidence of common oral health problems (e.g., dental decay/cavities, gingivitis) as well as other oral health problems that are directly related to HIV infection. B...

Publication Date
02/28/2014

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AETC IPE Programs Prepare the Next Generation of HIV Providers

Cross-posted from TargetHIV coverage of the 2018 National Ryan White Conference.

Regional AETCs across the United States are working to bring new clinicians into the HIV workforce through inter-professional education (IPE) programs. IPE trains learners in teams in clinical settings where trainees lea...

Alan
Gambrell
TargetHIV: Tools for HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program