The innovative, interdisciplinary education that health science students at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities have enjoyed for years continues to advance on the cutting-edge with the opening of the first-of-its-kind Health Sciences Education Center (HSEC). As the hub for all the University’s health professional schools, HSEC was designed and built to promote interprofessional education and interaction, as well as foster a culture that prioritizes student and faculty well-being.
We asked our Mini Medical School learners what they most wanted to hear from University experts, and the overwhelming majority said aging.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) older adults face unique challenges in today’s healthcare ecosystem.
A group of eight interprofessional learners took part in the third rendition of the Itasca Ecohealth IPE Experience.