Training in Interprofessional Education for Palliative Care in Oncology

The University of Louisville School of Medicine’s Interdisciplinary Program for Palliative Care and Chronic Illness has received funding for Training in Interprofessional Education for Palliative Care in Oncology from the National Cancer Institute to assist in developing interprofessional education curricula.  A national training program, iPEX (InterProfessional Education eXchange), is being launched to train, support and provide resources to selected faculty teams.

We invite you to join a national training program in Interprofessional Education for Supportive Care in Oncology. This project, funded by the National Cancer Institute (R25CA203637), has research components and IRB approval.

Only 10 interprofessional teams of 3-5 health science faculty will be selected in 2018. Application is now open and will be extended until April 30, 2018 or until enrollment limits are reached.

For more information about iPEX, the InterProfessional Education eXchange: A National Program to Advance Interprofessional Education in Cancer Care, visit:  http://iPEXproject.org/