Interprofessional Learning opportunities
at Johns Hopkins University
Daniel's Scholars Educational Initative
The Daniel's Scholars program is a year long, longitudinal course that is co-taught between the School of Nursing, Medicine at Hopkins and the School of Pharmacy at Notre Dame of Maryland. Students apply for the year long course that exposes them to interprofessional simulations, community team service projects, class discussions on how health care teams can work together, and are assigned a senior health mentor.
Aliki Initative at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
An innovative collaborative focused on post-licensure professionals, researchers and educators and how these groups can optimally work together in providing team care to patients. To read more about this program click here.
Interprofessional Education: Online Simulation and Debriefing
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is pleased to announce a free on line resource for all nursing, pharmacy and medical educators in the state of Maryland.
The purpose of this resource is to facilitate interprofessional education by providing nursing, medical and pharmacy faculty with the knowledge and tools necessary to incorporate online interprofessional simulations into their pre-licensure curricula. Online simulations are focused on specific interprofessional competencies and come complete with a guide for educators to use on how to conduct a debriefing of the recorded simulations with their students in a live classroom setting.
Maryland educators can access this free resource at the continuing education site at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing: Interprofessional Education - Online Simulation and Debriefing
The development of this online resource was funded by the Maryland Nurse Support Program II