SSW students are being recruited to participate in the 2017 Interprofessional Patient Management Competition (IPMC). This competition provides students to work in interprofessional teams representing all of the professional schools on campus.
The IPMC focuses on promoting interprofessional collaboration among our professional students at the University of Maryland, allowing them to apply their patient care knowledge and skills to an interprofessional patient case. The patient case is developed through a collaboration of faculty judges from each professional school on campus. Teams consisting of one student from each school will be given two hours to collectively determine and work up the most critical issues present in the clinical case. The top three teams will be asked to return at a second date to be judged by the faculty panel during oral presentations. These students will then have 10 minutes for case presentation and answer any questions posed by the faculty judges. Click here for more information about the event on our website.
Who: All dental, law, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, and social work students are encouraged to participate.
What: 2017 Interprofessional Patient Management Competition
Written Case (all students) - Monday, March 27th, 2017 from 6-8pm
Oral Presentation (students from top 3 teams) - Monday, April 3rd, 2017 from 6-8:00pm
Where: Pharmacy Hall
An opportunity to work interprofessionally with students across various disciplines
Monetary prizes will be provided to the top teams
First Place - $750, split evenly among team members (teams will consist of no more than 7 students per team)
Second Place - $250, split evenly among team members (teams will consist of no more than 7 students per team)
Dinner will be provided for all students on Monday, March 27th for the written competition
Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/H6UpBMXaMRd8tEh03
If you have any questions about this event or concerns, please reach out to SSW Faculty Liaison Associate Professor Mel Bellin (email@example.com) or SSW student liaison Melissa Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org)