UAMS Interprofessional Education (IPE)
YOU MUST ALSO BE ENROLLED IN GUS: IPE IPEC 1701 Student Educator Activity at least seven (7) days prior to the date of the event you are participating in.
If you are not enrolled in the GUS course by that time, you will *not* be able to participate and must sign up for a different event on a different date.
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This is an opportunity to complete an IPE COMPETENCE phase requirement - the STUDENT EDUCATOR activity. Students from multiple UAMS colleges will assist with the Fall 2019 / Spring 2020 Competence Workshop. There are multiple dates being offered!
YOU MUST HAVE PREVIOUSLY COMPLETED THE COMPETENCE WORKSHOP REQUIREMENT TO SERVE AS A STUDENT EDUCATOR AT THIS EVENT.
Students serving as STUDENT EDUCATOR will assist in facilitating the workshop process - this includes room setup, distribution of materials, participating as a Student Facilitator to complete case study concept mapping, collection and data entry for event evaluations, and room take down.
Select "Sign up" then click "Submit and Sign Up" to go to the sign up page. Please be sure to enter your College and specific program if applicable.
Please sign up by 12:00 Noon on the Monday before the scheduled event. (aka: if the event is Friday, Sept. 13th please sign up by noon on Monday, Sept. 9th)
Students should refer to their College/Program's IPE Timeline for further details regarding designated time/session/approved options to complete this requirement. College/Program timelines are posted on the IPE website here - https://ipe.uams.edu/student-curriculum/collegeprogram-ipe-timelines/.
(Be sure to register for an event that is approved for your College/Program.)
*To participate, you MUST have a camera and microphone to connect Online. When connected during discussion, you MUST have your video turned on so the facilitator can see you. Because we are doing large groups and want all to be able to see one other for participation, you should use a laptop or computer with webcam as preferred method. An iPad or similar size tablet is acceptable, but phones are not recommended.
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