ILF program is designed to build capacity of interprofessional educator/scholars, so they can be effective leaders and change agents
Two Medical School faculty members are among 17 from campus named to the second cohort of the University of Michigan Interprofessional Leadership Fellows — a program launched in January 2016 to build the capacity of interprofessional educator/scholars, so they can be effective leaders and change agents.
The group of faculty from across the health sciences will be provided with opportunities to learn from and work with academic and practice leaders at the university and national level. During the 18-month program, participants will attend one of several national Interprofessional Faculty Development Program workshops, which were created with support from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation.
In addition to the Medical School, the fellows represent the schools of Dentistry, Kinesiology, Nursing, Public Health and Social Work, as well as the College of Pharmacy, A. Alfred Taubman Health Sciences Library and U-M Flint.
See the list of all 17 interprofessional leadership fellows, and to read ore about the interests of each.