Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
at Washington University Medical Campus

Facilitate with us in the Phase I Curriculum this fall

Check out details on the Phase I Curriculum Page, and let us know if you have any questions!

Become a Master Interprofessional EducatorMIE.PNG

Learn: IPE 101 and IPE 201 are typically taught once per year. *The training for facilitators in Phase I counts toward IPE 201 requirements.

Participate: In 2 workshops over 2 years. CIPE continuing education events include: attending monthly CIPE-sponsored workshops, serving on standing CIPE committees, running an IP educational activity for learners, and attending an external IPE focused conference/ workshop.

Teach: IPE required curriculum, IPE electives.

Our MIEs who facilitated in the CIPE Phase I curriculum had a greater level of confidence than those who have not been through the program (on a scale of 1 = strongly disagree to 5 = strongly agree, 4.9 for MIE vs 4.5 for other facilitators; p<0.01).

Congratulations 2021-2022 Master Interprofessional Educators!


Teri Boyd, EdD, MSN, RN, CNE; Hamish Seegers, MA Divinity, APBCC, HPC; Rebecca Claxton, DNP, RN; Tomi Toler, MS, CGC; Haley Johnson, Pharm.D.

Congratulations 2020-2021 Master Interprofessional Educators!

Congratulations 2019-2020 Master Interprofessional Educators!

Congratulations 2018-2019 Master Interprofessional Educators!


Deirdre Schweiss, DNP, RN, CPNP, Christopher Guelbert, DNP, MHA, RN, Kelly Hantack, MSN, RN, CPN

Meet our inaugural group of Master Interprofessional Educators


Gloria Grice (STLCOP at UHSP), Alison Stevens (STLCOP at UHSP), Judy Smith (GSON), Colleen Wallace (WUSM), Tricia Berry (STLCOP at UHSP), Duana Russell-Thomas (WUSM), Susan Fliesher (GSON) and Kay Mueggenburg (GSON). Not pictured: Douglas Char (WUSM), Stephanie Crist (STLCOP at UHSP), Holly Diesel (GSON), Carolyn Dufault (WUSM), Rebecca Stauffer (STLCOP at UHSP).