UW CIPE’s Virtual IPE Professional Development Day

The Art and Foundations of IPE Facilitation – An IPE Professional Development Day on January 12, 2022

The UW Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (UW CIPE) is excited to announce the offering of another IPE Professional Development (PD) Opportunity for faculty, staff, graduate/professional students, and practitioners.

In collaboration with its IPE PD Advisory Board and Taskforce, UW CIPE will offer a virtual interactive IPE PD opportunity on January 12, 2022, from 12:30-4:00pm to UW-Madison (and its partners) faculty, staff, facilitators, preceptors, graduate students, and practitioners who are interested in learning and advancing their knowledge and skills in interprofessional practice and education (IPE) teaching and facilitation.


Core Topics To Be Covered:

  • Why and What IPE
  • How to Plan an IPE Offering
  • IPE Facilitation (vs profession-specific facilitation)
  • Online IPE Facilitation



  • Barb Anderson, MS, Chair, Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership
  • James Bumby, RN, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor, UW-Milwaukee
  • Erica Chou, MD, Director of Medical School Interprofessional Education, Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Hossein Khalili, BScN, MScN, PhD, FNAP, Director, UW Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, UW-Madison
  • Kelly Lackie, RN, BScN, MN, PhD, Associate Director, Simulation-based Education and Interprofessional Education, Dalhousie University
  • Michael Oldani, PhD, MS, Director of Interprofessional Practice and Education/IPE @ CUW
  • Susan Wenker, PT, PhD, Co-Chair, Teaching Academy, UW-Madison


This IPE PD Day is accredited by the UW-Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership (ICEP). Participants could earn continuing education credit after completing the Live Session and the asynchronized work.

Limited spots are available for this free of charge IPE PD Day. Click here to register by January 5th, 2022. Please contact us at cipe@wisc.edu with your questions and comments.

This post was authored by Nina Berge on 11/16/2021.