IPE Curriculum

To say navigating through the pandemic is tough is an understatement, and the changing of the calendar each year does not magically turn our world around.

So in the context of health professions education, let’s give each other grace, look to the future and keep our eye on the goal. We (students, facilitators, the CU CIPE team, programs and so forth) are here to teach, to learn and to build relationships that will help solve the complex health professions problems facing society.  IPE is one step in that direction.

Collaborative Team Paced Learning

IPE is a collaborative team-paced program. Team-paced means that while there is some flexibility in the timing of individual contributions, teams will work together to set expectations for how outcomes will be achieved. Teams count on the contributions of all members to be successful. Students will be working in teams across several semesters, so it is important to learn to work together and to work to learn together.   


We advise all students to become familiar with the individual expectations and timelines so they can contribute to their team’s deliverables at the “top of their scope.”   


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The Interprofessional Education (IPE) Program develops, administers and evaluates the longitudinal interprofessional education curriculum for all health professions students on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.

The IPE Program brings students together to learn and practice skills during their preclinical and clinical training.

The IPE Program consists of 3 components: classroom team paced learning, simulation experiences at the Center for Assessing Professional Excellence (CAPE), and practicum experiences at clinical sites.

AMC graduates will be competent to participate as members of a collaborative interprofessional workforce.

Center for Interprofessional Practice & Education

CU Anschutz

Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanites

13080 East 19th Avenue

Aurora, CO 80045


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