Interprofessional Internship Program
Interns learn and lead together, solve problems for clinical partners, develop real world working relationships and advance interprofessional education and practice.
Application Cycle: The next intern application cycle will open August 2021.
Community partners are invited to request an interprofessional team of 1-3 interns to engage in a problem-based project. Projects are anticipated to occur between Oct. 2021 - May 2022, with potential for extension. Each intern will commit to approximately 5 hours per week.
Areas of Intern Development
Interprofessional Problem Solving
Engage other health professionals in shared problem-solving appropriate to the project needs with demonstrated project-specific outcomes.
Communication Tools & Techniques
Choose communication tools and techniques that facilitate effective interprofessional team interactions.
Leadership & Management
Apply leadership practices that support equitable and effective interprofessional collaboration.
Interdisciplinary Conceptual Knowledge
Integrate the knowledge and experience of interprofessional team members to enhance project outcomes and improve understanding of the other profession(s).
Act with honesty and integrity in relationships with interprofessional student and community/clinical partner relationships.
Responsible Conduct of Research
Evaluate and integrate available evidence to inform effective interprofessional teamwork and promote desired project outcomes.
The students seek to solve interprofessional problems together, gain skills in leadership and communication, gain knowledge across disciplines, and integrate research.
OACA Intern Fireside Chat Series
Commissioner Jan Malcolm and Dr. Jakub Tolar
Dr. Bobbi Daniels, Dr. Keith Mays, and Dr. Laura Molgaard
Dean Connie White Delaney, VP Maria Raines, & Rep. Kaohly Vang Her
Dr. Michael Osterholm, PhD, and Dean John Finnegan, PhD
15 interns from across the health sciences
OACA is excited to announce our inaugural cohort of students in the Interprofessional Internship Program.
Fifteen students from across the health sciences have been accepted and matched with core projects with clinical and community partners in Minnesota.