The Office of Interprofessional Simulation is a joint venture between UAB health schools and the UAB Health System. The primary role of the Office is to support and track Interprofessional and other UAB health system simulation experiences. Support services include facilitator development courses and simulation administrative, educational, and technical expertise.
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board-eligible/board-certified in Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, and/or Pediatric Emergency Medicine. The UAB simulation fellow will serve in a hybrid clinician / educator / researcher position. The position is offered through OIPS in collaboration with UAB Health System. Read more ... Read the full abc 33/40 article here.
Serious health and safety concerns for health care, public safety and support service personnel arose after the 2014 Ebola virus disease that resulted in 11,000 deaths across multiple countries, with four confirmed cases in the United States. In the event of an Ebola or other infectious disease outbreak, the responsibility for patient transfer, assessment and testing falls on the local health care and public safety systems. Read the full article here.UAB is one of 18 sites in a national network to advance interprofessional practice and education through simulation. Read the full article here.
At UAB, the Center for Interprofessional Education and Simulation (CIPES) is an intersection of collaborative practice where learners from the health schools and health-related programs in arts and sciences, business and engineering learn to deliver effective and efficient patient-centered care. Read the full article here.NBC’s TODAY show traveled to Birmingham to hear from UAB College of Arts and Sciences distracted driving expert Despina Stavrinos, Ph.D. View the full article and video here.
UAB's Center for Interprofessional Education & Simulation (CIPES) joins Nexus Innovations Network, a national research partnership testing new approaches to health care delivery and health professions education. Read the full news release here