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Recorded Precepting Webinar: Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: Are you training students to practice in expert teams or teams of experts?

This is a recorded webinar.  You do need to have access to a reliable internet connection and audio controls.
Program Goal:  The goal of program is to help participants understand that not all practice experiences, even ones that include exposure or practice with other health professions, are truly interprofessional in nature. We must be intentional about the interactions students have in APPEs so that they experience examples of good team function and have opportunities to develop competency at shared decision making within a team. 



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  • Knowledge

Target Audience(s)

  • Pharmacists


Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
Texas Tech University HSC School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Requirements for CE Credit

To receive credit you must watch the recorded webinar and complete the program evaluation form.





  • Discriminate between interdisciplinary and Interprofessional practice.
  • Distinguish activities and responsibilities that students from multiple professions can do in a practice site to encourage teamwork and shared decision making.
  • Organize a plan or schedule that facilitates Interprofessional interaction across professions within your practice site.
  • Relate potential assessment tools for Interprofessional collaborative practice to currently used experiential education evaluation and assessment methods.


Jennifer Danielson, PharmD, MBA, CDE
Director, Experiential Education, University of Washington

Brief Bio : Dr. Danielson has worked in pharmacy education since 1996 with 15 of those years spent in experiential education. For the past 7 years she has served as one of the directors of experiential education at the University of Washington where she heads up the introductory pharmacy practice experience (IPPE) program. She completed an interprofessional teaching scholars program in 2012, and since then has been the lead in IPE for the pharmacy school. She has authored several papers related to experiential education and delivered many platform presentations about interprofessional education. Her current teaching and scholarly work seeks to integrate interprofessional education with experiential education to help our pharmacy graduates to be ready for collaborative, team-based practice.

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