Programs & Services
Affiliated with Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and Vanderbilt University Medical Center, we recognize a major commitment to the continuous professional development of Vanderbilt and community physicians and others in the health professions…
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The goal of IPE is to train the faculty of schools in the health profession, graduate departments, or other programs, to better equip them to teach their students to address the health care needs of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH) through interprofessional education and collaborative practice.
The MAI goal to provide training and technical assistance to build the capacity of minority and minority serving clinicians, through specialized projects to improve health outcomes of disproportionately affected people living with HIV.
Our PT work group approach includes specific attention to cultivating, supporting and sustaining longitudinal motivation within partnering practices, in addition to providing clinical and technological training and technical assistance.
Training, education, and technical assistance focus on developing the knowledge, skills, and behaviors of health care professionals within three competency areas: 1) Clinical Care; 2) Teamwork; and 3) Organization and Systems Management.