What is HPSC? We are happy to explain...
The UIC Health Professions Student Council (HPSC) is a liaison organization between the individual health professions students, student groups, and the university at large. We appoint students to university and campus-wide committees to represent the interest of the health professional student body. Additionally, we fund the individual health professional student councils and provide additional funding to students for travel and interdisciplinary projects. In recent years, our student-ran organization has also provided a forum for interdisciplinary discourse through our Collaborative Healthcare Series.
WORLD HEALTH DAY
Program Launch of "Living global health"
Luncheon and Discussion
School of Public Health I Room 932
"Living global health” is an accessible social conversation about the realities of our health,globally, through our own personal stories and reflections. We are providing a platform to share ourstories. We will be prompting the world to respond to a series of questions, Real Voices that aredirected at a global audience, as individuals. Through this initiative we will gather real voices fromindividuals everywhere in order to raise awareness and begin a truly global conversation throughsocial media about health equity.
PLEASE RSVP BY ENTERING YOUR NAME ON THE DOODLE POLL: http://doodle.com/bdvdsdcfpfg2px3c”
What: Webcast of UNC Minority Health Conference, Lecture and Discussion
Where: School of Public Health Auditorium (1603 W. Taylor)
*Light Refreshments will be served
This event will be a live-stream of the annual keynote speaker of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill's Minority Health Conference. Their keynote speaker, Dr. Allison E. Aiello, is an internationally recognized expert on social determinants of health, with a focus on infectious diseases. Her research investigates the impact of individual- and neighborhood-level socioeconomic and psychosocial determinants across the life course within minority populations. Her speak will focus on the theme of the conference "Economic Mobility and Minority Health". This event will be a great opportunity to showcase some of the scholarship happening at other institutions on health inequities. Health Professional across all disciplines will benefit learning about how economic mobility can influence health outcomes in marginalized communities.
If you have any questions, please contact Cindy San Miguel at: email@example.com
HPSC is is sponsoring its 3rd CHS EVENT THIS at the College of Medicine.
The purpose of this event is to promote a raw dialogue about our vast differences in race, culture, religion and sexuality as a healthcare providers and as we prepare to interact with patients in the future.
When? Wednesday, February 11, 2014 at 5:00
Where? CMWT Room 429 (4th Floor TBL Room)
What? FREE DINNER and an AWESOME EVENT!!!!!
Please RSVP at the following link (we need an approximate count for food):
If you have been keeping tract of your Leadership events and activities Please bring their HPSC Collaborative Healthcare Series Passport and get credit for attending.
We look forward to seeing and talking (candidly!) with you.
UIC HPSC Executive Board
The concepts of interprofessional education (IPE) and collaborative practice (CP) are part of a growing imperative to embrace the changing models of health care delivery.
You are invited to participate in an “immersion day” on, when students from across the health sciences and other UIC colleges will convene in the UIC Forum for a half-day of interactive learning as part of a blended course. Readings and preparatory work are assigned in Blackboard prior to that day. The workshop itself is a face-to-face experience; students are expected to participate in person. Please note that if you are scheduled for your practicum during this time the practicum will take priority . Also, this is the date of the Illinois HIM Association Annual meeting in Springfield, Illinois if you are planning to attend that
See attachment for more details on the IPE Immersion Day at UIC. Enrollment closes at. Registration is on a first come, first-served basis and requires program approval.
Students may choose to participate in this course as either a "resume-enhancing experience" (accrues no course credit) or by enrolling in a one-credit hour independent study, which may result in an additional charge for tuition. A written and submitted self-reflection summarizing the interprofessional education experience will be required for the credit-bearing independent study.
If you are interested in learning together to improve your future collaborative skills in order to build a safer and better patient-centered U.S. health care system, please contact:
· HIM undergraduates and Post-Baccalaureate HIM students: Karen Patena, RHIA, firstname.lastname@example.org
· Health Informatics students: Annette Valenta, DrPH, email@example.com
The UIC College of Nursing has once again agreed to open the doors to their patient simulation lab to allow students from each college to learn basic medical and emergency techniques. The event is a unique opportunity to meet students from other colleges and work together to learn and utilize new skills.
If you are interested in participating, please RSVP using the link below. If planning to register, please understand that space is EXTREMELY limited due to the capacity of the CON Simulation Lab. With your RSVP, you are expected to attend the event. Please do not RSVP unless you are entirely sure that you can attend and stay the full amount of time.
Please note that this qualifies as one of the two HPSC-organized events required for the HPSC Collaborative Healthcare Series Award.
College of Nursing (South of UIC Sports & Fitness Center)
Dinner provided, Free giveaways, and Raffle
RSVP Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1OOpMjAwJjh3ynu5l_00KtEBxpNDLDpiGEUkKTEq8aus/viewform?usp=send_form
Please join us for another great Collaborative Healthcare Series Event on December 1st - World Aids Day. Dinner will be provided, please RSVP. More information can be seen in the attached announcement.
Yesterday, HPSC held an informational session about our interprofessional lecture series that we offer to all students. To view the slides that were presented, see the PowerPoint attachment below.
If you would like to sign up for email announcements for the HPSC Collaborative Healthcare Series, please follow the link below.
Interested in enhancing your professional resume and increasing your knowledge of interprofessional education? Join us for an information session where we will explain how to complete the HPSC Collaborative Healthcare Series, answer questions, and give away a bunch of free stuff. RSVP using the link below.
College of Medicine East Room 367
Wedneday, October 8 @ 5 PM
The 2014-2105 Travel Grant Application Deadline for Quarter 1 (May 16 - August 15) has been extended. Applications are now due April 21. Any submissions after 11:59 PM on April 21 will not be accepted.