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2022 IPE Fall Symposium      

November 4, 2022                  9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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The IPE Fall Symposium is an annual event hosted by the Office of Interprofessional Education for all TTUHSC students, faculty, staff, and guests. Each year the symposium provides an opportunity to learn about, from, and with one another to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes.

For 2022, the IPE Fall Symposium will be held in an online format, from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.


The afternoon session of the IPE Fall Symposium will consist of a student case study discussion.


For more information on the symposium, please contact the Office of Interprofessional Education at (806) 743-2028, email us at ipe@ttuhsc.edu, or visit our website www.ttuhsc.edu/interprofessional-education.   


The IPE Fall Symposium is a registered TTUHSC IPE Learning Activity and participating students who attend the afternoon session will receive a certificate for their attendance and credit towards graduation. 

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Office of Interprofessional Education

(806) 743 - 2028

ipe@ttuhsc.edu


2021 Fall Symposium Highlights

  • ~1,800 faculty, students and staff in attendance across all campuses
  • ~100 students across TTUHSC schools and programs participated as student peer facilitators providing leadership for their interprofessional small groups

Student Comments:

  • "Absolutely loved this event. Please continue to help guide furture healthcare providers in becoming culturally competent, inclusive members of the interdisciplinary team. This symposium brings so much value!"
  • "I feel overall this was a very necessary and educational event that I hope enlightened people on the topic of DEI and interprofessional collaboration."
  • "It was insightful and I enjoyed the interdisciplinary approach and learned a lot about how we view other professions."