Chloe Casagrande, Student
Creighton University Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research

Chloe Casagrande is an incoming senior undergraduate student at Creighton University in the College of Arts and Sciences studying neuroscience and medical anthropology, pre-med track. Chloe intends on attending medical school to enter the field of primary care or pediatrics. Chloe conducted research on IPE education implemented in health professional schools through the Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research at Creighton University. She is involved with the Freshman Leadership Program, psychology and neurological sciences research, teaching assistant, EKG technician, and volunteering at child-care organizations.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Interprofessional healthcare practices are fundamental to safe and effective patient care in the modern healthcare setting. This poster will summarize a qualitative research study of student reflections from the IPE 001 IPE Passport Activities during fall 2017/spring 2018. Creighton University’s IPE 001 course includes 9 professions with 464 students completing the post-course evaluation survey in its first year of implementation. Students chose from a wide menu of IPE Passport activities from didactic to clinical learning. De-identified student data was downloaded from the learning…