IPE Clinical Seminar
Upcoming IPE Clinical Seminar (Canceled)
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Darkness to Light: Stewards of Children. Preventing Child Sexual Abuse. (Canceled)
Darkness to Light strives to empower adults to prevent child abuse. Students attending this IPE Clinical Seminar will learn how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The event is free and open to all students!! Dinner will be provided.
1 in 10 children will be sexually abused by the age of 18. There are 42 million survivors of child sexual abuse in the US. 90% of abused children know their abuser. Don’t miss this opportunity, you could help make a change.
Darkness to Light Training, lead by Dr. Karen Godard, School of Nursing
Panel of Experts from the Treasure Valley
Boise State’s Student Union Building, Bishop Barnwell Room
4:30-6:30 Darkness to Light Training
The purpose of the IPE Clinical Seminar is to provide learners with evidence-based knowledge and skills on a selected health [care] topics through an interprofessional lens. The seminar will provide an opening lecture and discussion from a “clinical expert” and culminate with an interprofessional team learning activity for participants.
Professional program students from Boise State University – College of Health Sciences, Idaho State University – Meridian Health Science Center, University of Washington – Medical Education Program (WWAMI) and other learners and young professionals from the Treasure Valley.
Bi-semester events occurring every fall and spring
Boise State University
Recent Seminars and Topics
- Reducing Medical Errors through Patient and Family Engagement – “To Err is Human” speaker Susan Sheridan
- “Vaping Crisis and Nicotine Addiction, The Health Provider’s Role” speaker Gabrielle Davis, MPH, RRT-ACCS, NPS, CTTS, CHES
- “Team Based Approach to Concussion Assessment and Management.” panel
- Darkness to Light: Stewards of Children. Preventing Child Sexual Abuse.
- “In Our Own Voice” presented by members of the National Alliance on Mental Illness: Interprofessional Reflections in Response to the Lived Experiences of Mental Illness.
- “Opioid Crisis” speaker Kenneth Bramwell MD
- “Genetic Testing: A Pandora’s Box in the World of Bioethics?” speakers Jennifer Eichmeyer, MS, LCGC and Jennifer Obenshain, MSW, LCSW
- “Reducing Medical Errors and Improving Patient Safety” speaker Allan Korn MD. [Reading List]
- “Emergency Preparedness: A Boston Marathon Story! speaker Joseph Murphy PhD, LAT, ATC. [Additional Resources]
- “Motivational Interviewing” speaker Jennifer Obenshain MSW, LCSW.