Interprofessional Service-Learning

What is Interprofessional Service-Learning?

Interprofessional service-learning is a form of experiential education in which two or more professions engage in activities that address human and community needs together with structured opportunities intentionally designed to promote active and reflective learning about, from, and with each other to enable collaboration and improve health outcomes.

Used with permission from Jacoby, B. (2015). Service-Learning Essentials: Questions, Answers, and Lessons Learned, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; WHO 2010.

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In-Person Opportunities

Live service-learning often allows for a richer learning and more in-depth discussions. Opportunities will be announced when available.

Student-Led Initiatives

f you have ideas for a topic or program that you think would be valuable and is community-oriented, let us know! We welcome student-led service-based learning initiatives. Below are some ideas -- if you are interested in putting together a project related to these topics or others, please email Julie Hall, IPE Coordinator at [email protected].

  • Mindfulness & Wellness Training/Videos/Infographics
  • Stress Reduction videos/infographics
  • Telehealth Module (i.e. creating a successful telehealth session).

Page last modified August 26, 2022