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IPE Day Returns as In-Person Event; Program to Honor Dean Phylicia Rashad

WASHINGTON – Howard University is announcing the return of the highly anticipated 2024 Interprofessional Education Workshop, or IPE Day, scheduled for Wednesday, April 3, in The Armour J. Blackburn University Center.  This event convenes professionals and students alike from across campus for a day of collaboration, learning, and inspiration. 

Hosted by the Howard University Office of the Provost and the Interprofessional Education Committee, IPE Day is an annual educational event that prepares faculty and students to learn and work alongside professionals from other disciplines in a patient-centered, collaborative manner.  Over the years, this event has included students from divinity, education, African American studies, and now fine arts. 

This year's workshop will delve into the intersection of arts, humanities, and health justice under the theme "Arts, Humanities, Health Justice: An Interprofessional Collaboration to Healing," and is co-sponsored by the Georgetown-Howard Center for Medical Humanities and Health Justice. Dana Williams, Ph.D., dean of the Howard University Graduate School, will serve as the event’s keynote speaker. 


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