Class 3: HCR/CRD 473 & 583: Interprofessional Education & Comprehensive Systems Health
Course Description: The community-engaged experiential learning course integrates students into comprehensive systems health and interprofessional education through the creation of team-based community impact projects with vulnerable populations. Students in their first semester identify a health system problem, issue, or gap, explore current evidence related to their topic of interest, and plan an intervention to address. During their second semester, students refine their plan, implement, and evaluate outcomes of their impact projects. Students refine their professional and interprofessional practice competencies and leadership skills.
Activity: Student Projects (paired with mentors for collaboration and guidance based on student's chosen topic on system gaps
Choice of 1-3 Credits (repeatable for up to 9 credits)