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IPE/IPP Information Exchange, Session 2 - IPE Curriculum in Action: Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Skills (iCATS)

IPE/IPP Information Exchange, Session 2 - IPE Curriculum in Action: Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Skills (iCATS)

Thursday, November 10, 2022 (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM) (EST)


IPE Curriculum in Action:Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Skills(iCATS)

The IPE/IPP Information Exchange is a yearlong online learning event aimed at supporting faculty and programs interested in expanding IPE/IPP experiences for undergraduate and graduate students. 

This is the second session of four (4), where participants will join content experts in discussing issues related to IPE/IPP using an informal and interactive conversational format. 

 This session is suited for institutions looking to learn about curricular development and implementation across two or more universities. Presenters will share the strategies used to ensure successful implementation including initial communication, learning management system training, and post-assessment.

Through speaker presentations and opportunities for dialogue and connection, the IPE/IPP Information Exchange hopes to create a consistent and casual environment for faculty across multiple disciplines to connect, share ideas, brainstorm, and expand existing knowledge and research surrounding Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice. We hope to engage not only our invited conversation partners but the audience as well.

Session 2 

IPE Curriculum in Action: Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Skills (iCATS)

Thursday, November 10, 2022 

7:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. ET 


Dr. Todd R. Cheever, M.D., serves as the Associate Dean for the U.K. College of Medicine-Bowling Green Campus. His clinical work as a psychiatrist and educational efforts throughout his career have supported IPE.
Dr. Patricia Desrosiers, LCSW, has worked with children and families for over 20 years. She is currently the Department Chair of Social Work at Western Kentucky University. Areas of research interest include leadership, supervision, child welfare, and interprofessional practice. 
Dr. Dana J. Sullivan, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Social Work at Western Kentucky University.  She is a member of the Social Work Education Assessment Project (SWEAP) national team.  She has served as co-principal investigator on numerous federal grants related to the child welfare training and evaluation, agency-university partnerships, and substance abuse.
Dr. Missy Travelsted, DNP, is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at Western Kentucky University. She is a Family Nurse Practitioner and a Physical Therapist Assistant. Dr. Travelsted serves as the co-chair of the Interprofessional Education Workgroup for the College of Health and Human Services at WKU.
Dr. Kurt Neelly, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of Admissions for the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Western Kentucky University.  Dr. Neelly was one of the two founding faculty members for the DPT Program, has worked with the iCATS program since its inception in Bowling Green, and has also been involved with IPE activities with the WKU Speech-Language Pathology Program.


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