Current IPE Events

Mind/Body Skills

Various times
Contact Susie McDonald - blockssn@ucmail.uc.edu
Please visit here for more information.

Student Wellness Retreats at Turner Farm

Student Wellness Retreats are interprofessional, experiential learning opportunities open to all Academic Health Center Students.  Please click here for more information.

"Making the most of your mental health: recognizing needs and getting help"

Thursday, February 7th from 12p to 1p.

Kresge Auditorium 

     Presenters:       Jennifer Wright-Berryman, PhD,
                              Assistant Professor of Social Work  

                              Daniel S. Cummins
                              Asst. Dean of Students
                              Division of Student Affairs 

                             Christopher Hanes, PhD
                             Associate Director, CAPS

"She’s Crazy" Play

February 21st, 4:00 to 6p
Kresge Auditorium
This is an interactive, entertaining musical that educates, uplifts, and inspires audiences to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness
Please click here for more information
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Past IPE Events

What is Mental Health First Aid?

Mental Health First Aid is an in-person training that teaches you how to help people developing a mental illness or in a crisis. Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack — even if you have no clinical training — Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health related crisis. In the Mental Health First Aid course, you learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help someone in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help.

Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8 hour certification workshop, designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens

Thank you to Youth Mental Health First Aid for their support in providing free education to our students, faculty and staff!


We would like to thank the UC Office of Equity and Inclusion for their continued support of our D&I Speaker Series!

Diversity and Inclusion Series
February 2018 - Kresge Auditorium
Each year the AHC provides a medium for discussions on cultural competency by bringing in speakers to discuss this topic. health.uc.edu/diversity

February 7 – 4:30p to 6p – Implicit Bias in the Exam Room – Karen Bankston
Come listen and participate as Karen Bankston, PhD, MSN, FACHE from the College of Nursing explains and recommends practice strategies for addressing implicit bias in the exam room.

February 21 – noon to 1p – Caring for and Supporting Transgender and Gender Non-conforming Youth – Dr. Lee Ann Conard  To view presentation, click here.


"She’s Crazy" Play
March 21st, 4:30 to 6p
This is an interactive, entertaining musical that educates, uplifts, and inspires audiences to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness. 


Error Disclosure Training Learning Objectives of the Interprofessional Error Disclosure Training:
  • Review the process of error disclosure and its importance in patient care.
  • Practice discussing medical errors in a blame-free way as an interprofessional team.
  • Formulate a plan for disclosure of a medical error as an interprofessional team.
  • Practice disclosing a medical error to a patient/family as a team while demonstrating compassion and respect.


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The Mission and Vision of the UC AHC’s IPE learning is:

Mission: The mission of the AHC IPE initiative is to elevate the learning for health profession students and health professionals in order to develop a curriculum that touches all learners to effectively work with the contemporary models of health care.


Vision: UC’s AHC will be an institution whose graduates are highly recruited because they understand, implement, and enhance patient outcomes through interprofessional team-based care.