Interprofessional Student Community-based Learning Experiences (ISCLE)
The Interprofessional Student Community-based Learning Experiences (ISCLE) program was developed to help translate Interprofessional Education concepts to the clinical environment.
The goal of ISCLE is thus to build interprofessional activity into existing student clinical experiences with an emphasis on close to normal student workflow at a rural (perhaps critical access) sites. Through this program the SMHS faculty expects students will gain increased knowledge and skills regarding interprofessional team care with other students “on the ground” at a clinical site.
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