The Centre for Interprofessional Practice is proud to be at the forefront of interprofessional learning for health and social care students
Our Interprofessional Learning (IPL) Programme is constantly being reviewed and developed to provide the best possible interprofessional experience for our health and social care students, with the stated aim of improving patient care.
The UEA model has attracted interest from many organisations and institutions across the world, and we have been pleased to welcome visitors from the United Kingdom and overseas who have been keen to see how IPL is delivered at UEA.
Visitors to CIPP have included representatives from:
In addition, institutions from as far afield as the University of Toronto (Canada) and the Karolinska Institute (Sweden) have expressed an interest in using IPL models developed by the CIPP Team at UEA.
Other worldwide connections and collaborations include:
- The Centre for Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE)
- The World Health Organisation (WHO)
The aim of the Centre for Interprofessional Practice is to continually improve and advance the interprofessional education and training of health and social care students within UEA and around the world through co-operation, collaboration and sharing of best practice.