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IPS 860 Interprofessional Research Experience 3.0 Credits

This course involves students from various health professions who learn about the history and goals of the Interprofessional Education and Research (IPER) movement. Students work in pairs or larger groups to immerse themselves in an IPER experience with an emphasis on one or several of the stages of the research process. Students engage in projects such as designing a pilot study, conducting a descriptive study, or conducting a program evaluation. Emphasis is placed on research projects that help to realize the goals and objectives of IPER generally or to advance how one health profession can realize an objective(s) of IPER in pre-professional formation or continuing professional education.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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