Hannah Edwards, MHM
Curriculum Administrative Specialist
University of Michigan
Center for Interprofessional Education
Hannah Edwards, MHM serves as the Curriculum Administrative Specialist at the University of Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education (C-IPE). Supporting the University of Michigan's IPE Core Curriculum and Experiential Innovation, Hannah's passion lies in creating meaningful educational experiences for students in didactic, as well as experiential clinical and community settings.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Poster Description: Background: The Longitudinal Interprofessional Family Based Experience (LIFE) is an experiential educational offering focused on teamwork of interprofessional student teams with patients who have chronic illnesses. Due to the initial success, expansion to reach more students, patient advisors, faculty, and collaborating units through academic/practice partnerships was needed. This presentation aims to highlight the scaling frameworks and sustainability strategies. Methods: The LIFE team, faculty/students/staff representing 11 academic units and the health system’s Office…
Poster Description: Objective: Patients’ evaluation of interprofessional healthcare teams is critical to understanding team-based care. As part of an educational experience, patients/families were interviewed by interprofessional teams of healthcare students. The objective of this study was to describe patient’s/family’s opportunity to evaluate the interprofessional teams and their perceptions of interacting with the teams. Methods: Longitudinal Interprofessional Family-Based Experience (LIFE) is a semester-long experiential offering for early learners at a large midwestern university,…