Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
at Washington University Medical Campus

Health Professional Student Leadership Council (HPSLC)

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The Health Professional Student Leadership Council (HPSLC) focuses on the extracurricular side of interprofessionalism. HPSLC works in parallel with the CIPE to promote and advance the understanding of interprofessional collaboration between all health professions on the Washington University Medical Center campus (audiology, genetic counseling, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, and physical therapy).

 

HPSLC Executive Board (AY22-23)

President: Adam Snowden, Medicine

Vice President: Sadie Friedrich, Genetic Counseling

Treasurer: Mylene Bernante, Pharmacy

Secretary/Social Media Administrator:  Emma Travis, Audiology

Member-at-Large: Raven Mansouri, Occupational Therapy

Member-at-Large: Lun Nem, Nursing

Member-at-Large: Michaela Russ, Audiology

Member-at-Large: Savannah Seupaul, Medicine

Member-at-Large: Sue Shim, Nursing

Member-at-Large: Isha Tirupathi, Physical Therapy

 

 

HPSLC Faculty Liaisons

Dr. Tricia Berry, PharmD, Assistant Dean, Student Academic Affairs; Professor, Pharmacy Practice. University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy. 

Rachael Bradshaw, MS, CGC, Program in Genetic Counseling, Washington University School of Medicine

Dr. Dennis Chang, MD, MD Program, Washington University School of Medicine

Kristen Hill, MSN, RN, OCN, Nursing, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College

Dr. Jill Johnson, PT, DPT, Program in Physical Therapy, Washington University School of Medicine 

Dr. Amanda Ortmann, PhD, Program in Audiology & Communication Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine

Dr. Susan Tucker, OTD OTR/L ATP, Program in Occupational Therapy, Washington University School of Medicine

HPSLC-Sponsored Activities and Events

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Fall Semester Events

  • Virtual meet & Greet-September
  • Student Rep Election-September
  • Virtual Halloween event-October
  • Case Study Discussion & Panel-November
  • + Healthcare-centered volunteer and advocacy efforts all semester long

Spring Semester Events

  • Happy Hour
  • Trivia Night
  • Community Service Day
  • Case Study Night