Adapting IPE During COVID-19

Healthier Texas Summit Series is presented by It's Time Texas. In lieu of its annual live event in October, It's Time Texas will feature a series of free, online discussions around health and social justice-related issues, many of which relate to the current pandemic. These discussions will run from June 29 through October 29. Learn more here>.  
 
The National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (NEXUS) offers Connecting at the Nexus: COVID-19 Edition, a series of web-based discussions, webinars, and forums to foster conversation, learning, and resource-sharing among leaders in interprofessional practice and education. Learn more here>
 
The Dell Medical School Department of Health Social Work has organized a comprehensive resource toolkit to address many issues issues related to COVID-19. 
 
iCollaborative: Clinical Teaching & Learning Experiences without Physical Patient Contact is a resource collection that was built in response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the teaching and learning of health professionals. Designed by diverse educators, this working collection features clinical learning experiences, which can be readily used or easily adapted for specific, local settings, without the need for physical patient contact. Learn more here>
 
Texas A&M University Health (TAMU) Office of Interprofessional Education & Research (IPER) is hosting a series of free webinars that highlights interprofessional efforts across TAMU Health in response to COVID-19. Learn more here>
 
Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education offers resources for clinicians and educators to respond to COVID-19. Learn more here>.  
 
American Psychiatric Nurses Association's site has great tips for managing stress. While they are focused on nurses, their tips are transferable to all front line health care and essential workers.