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The Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education

King's CAIPE Conference 2020

THE RSM and CAIPE John Horder Awards 2020

The RSM and CAIPE
John Horder Award for 2020
This annual award was established in memory of Dr John Horder by the General Practice and Primary Health Care Section of the Royal Society of Medicine and the Centre for the Advancement of Professional Education (CAIPE). The award of £600 and a Certificate of Achievement will be presented to a nominated or self-nominated individual or team working within the primary health and social care community who can demonstrate outstanding principles of interprofessional learning and working.The closing date for applications is 1st May 2020.

The awards will be presented at the 40th Primary Care Update to be held at
the Royal Society of Medicine in September 2020.

 

The RSM and CAIPE
John Horder Student Award for 2020
This annual award was established in memory of Dr John Horder by the General Practice and Primary Health Care Section of the Royal Society of Medicine and the Centre for the Advancement of Professional Education (CAIPE). The student award of £150 is open to pre-qualifying students from all health care professions. It is given to the student submitting the best essay describing and discussing their experience
of interprofessional working or learning.The closing date for applications is 1st May 2020.

The award will be presented at the 40th Primary Care Update to be held at
the Royal Society of Medicine in September 2020.

Collaborative practice through learning together to work together

CAIPE is a community of practice whose members are dedicated to a collaborative future.

Membership of CAIPE provides access to a range of resources and activities and can be Individual; Student; Corporate or Service User and Carer.

CAIPE supports students, educators, practitioners, researchers and users of services inviting those who opt to be its members to:

  • Engage in mutual support;
  • Access online interprofessional national and international resources through publications including the Journal of Interprofessional of Care;
  • Contribute to CAIPE’s work through its Working Groups;
  • Respond with CAIPE to opportunities to influence policy and practice;
  • Access funding opportunities.

CAIPE works with likeminded organisations to further these objectives at home and abroad

It is one of a growing number of networks confederating in Interprofessional.Global which subscribes to the same ideals worldwide and oversees the biennial All Together Better Health (ATBH) conferences. 

Interprofessional.Global includes representatives from regional and emerging networks across the world. Regional Networks: Africa (AfriPEN); Australasia (AIPPEN); Canada (CIHC); India (IndIPEN); Japan (JAIPE and JIPWEN); Scandinavia (NipNet); South & Central America and Caribbean (REIP); United Kingdom (CAIPE) and United States of America (AIHC). Emerging Networks: Arabic Speaking Countries; Asia Pacific (APIPECnet) and German Speaking Countries (Do.IP).

Interprofessional.Global oversees promotion and planning for the biennial All Together Better Health (ATBH) conferences hosted by institutions worldwide.