On Wednesday 8th March 2017, the University of Lincoln hosted the CAIPE Corporate Forum ‘IPE Innovation’. It was attended by Corporate members from the Universities of: Nottingham; Cardiff Metropolitan; Robert Gordon; Salford; Bournemouth; and De Montfort as well as members of the IPE team at University of Lincoln and the Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust.
Mark Brennan, University of Lincoln IPE Standing Group chaired the day and provided the introduction to the programme. Professor Sue Rigby, Deputy Vice Chancellor welcomed attendees to Lincoln and clearly demonstrated senior Management commitment to the IPE Journey, reflected in ‘Thinking Ahead 2016-2021’, University of Lincoln Strategic Plan.
Mark Brennan and Milika Matiti presented the ‘IPE Journey at Lincoln’, followed by the University of Lincoln IPE team presentation on ‘IPE in Three domains’. Following a delicious lunch CAIPE Board members Jenny Ford and Richard Pitt assisted Mark Brennan in facilitating discussion groups on the three themes of:
- Meaningful Evaluation
- Breaking Barriers
- Interprofessional to Interdisciplinary.
Following plenary feedback and discussion we welcomed the Student Voices with representation from Adult Nursing, Mental Health Nursing and Pharmacy. The day was concluded with summary address from Richard Gray, Chair of CAIPE.
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