IPE 4200 Applied Decision-Making in Interprofessional Practice

IPE 4200 - Applied Decision-Making in Interprofessional Practice

3 Credit Hours

Prerequisites:  IPE 1100

Required course for Concentration in Interprofessional Practice
Required course for Minor Interprofessional Practice

The goal of IPE 4200 is for students to develop their understanding and skills in applied, ethical decision making in the context of interprofessional, team-based healthcare. Students will learn about various types of decisions required of health professionals in patient care and the healthcare system, apply patient-centered, ethical frameworks to shared decision making (provider/patient) and collaborative decision making (IP care team), and utilized patient cases and standardized patients to develop individual and team-based skills. The course focuses on the development and application of demonstrable behaviors in patient-centered care, a caring response, and improving the process of care to achieve better individual patient outcomes through effective Interprofessional Collaborative Practice. 


IPE 4200 - Course Faculty (2016-2017)

  • Rebecca Banks, MSW, LCSW - Course Facilitator
    Faculty Emeritus
    Social Work
  • Kathy Kienstra, MAT, RT - Course Facilitator
    Academic Vice Chairman
    Radiation Therapy Program Director
    Associate Professor
    Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapeutics

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