Draft Clinical Training and Interprofessional Education
Today’s health care challenges can’t be solved from one viewpoint or with one kind of expertise alone. They require different perspectives or different disciplines to come together. That’s why our health sciences students learn together, solve problems together, and develop real-world working relationships.
Across MN and the US
The University has numerous clinical training partnerships across Minnesota and beyond, many of them in rural or underserved communities. These serve as training sites for our more than 7,000 health sciences students.
Solving Problems Together
Interprofessional learning opportunities and experiences allow learners to deepen their knowledge and develop the skills they will need to effectively contribute to team-based, interprofessional collaboration as future health professionals.
Developing Real-world Working Relationships
Interprofessional education and training across OACA
Center for Bioethics
Helping students, professionals, policy makers, and the public confront and understand ethical issues in health, health care, new biomedical technologies, the environment, and the life sciences.
Learners use simulation to develop clinical expertise by practicing skills, applying knowledge, and learning from their mistakes without risk to actual patients.
Center for Global Health & Social Responsibility
Institute for Health Informatics
Institute for Molecular Virology
Seeking to improve the health of the citizens of Minnesota through education, outreach, and research (basic, clinical, and translational).