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What is CAIPE?
CAIPE was established in 1987 as a membership organisation and UK-based charity, to promote health and wellbeing and to improve the health and social care of the public by advancing interprofessional education (IPE).
We are a community committed to collaborative working across health and social care and related services. CAIPE aims to promote and develop interprofessional education, research, learning and practice globally.
Extending CAIPE’s definition we recognise interprofessional education as occasions when members or students of two or more professions learn with, from and about each other to improve collaboration and the quality of care and services (2016).
We support students, academics, practitioners, researchers and people who use services
by sharing information and enabling networking opportunities.
Collaborative practice through learning together to work together
As a CAIPE member you will have access to:
- a global interprofessional community
- information on key interprofessional events both nationally and globally
- online resources
- expertise in interprofessional education, research, learning and practice
- funding opportunities
- the online Journal of Interprofessional of Care
CAIPE is one of the leading IPE organisations nationally and internationally and a member of the World Co-ordinating Committee
The World Coordinating Committee (WCC) oversees the All Together Better Health (ATBH) conference series and promotes knowledge about interprofessional practice and education worldwide. The committee includes representatives from regional networks across the world: Australasia (AIPPEN), Europe (CAIPE, EIPEN and NipNet), Japan (JAIPE and JIPWEN), North America (AIHC and CIHC), and Sub-Saharan Africa (AfriPEN). Information about the committee and criteria for membership is on the WCC website http://www.atbh.org, through which you may access the regional member networks.