The 1Health curriculum, launched in 2006, is a tangible outcome of AHC’s long-term commitment to developing an interprofessional workforce and new models of health care and interprofessional collaboration.
- Establishment of the Center for Health Interprofessional Programs (CHIP)
- Creation of the Academic Health Center Office of Education through funding by the Minnesota Legislature and the creation of a vice president's position for interprofessional programs.
- Creation of the Health Careers Center
- Creation of the Interprofessional Education and Resource Center
- Development of AHC Dean’s Leadership Statement
- Formalization of the charge for interprofessional education across the AHCHost for first Collaborating Across Borders interprofessional education conference
- Development of 1Health vision and plan
- Phase I implementation - Foundations of Interprofessional Communication and Collaboration course
- Presentation of the 1Health vision and plan at the Educating Nurses and Physicians: Toward New Horizons conference, sponsored by the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
- Establishment of Phase II Advisory Committee
- Sponsorship of a three-day faculty development training to enhance interprofessional facilitation skills (in collaboration with the University of Toronto - ‘Educating Health Professionals for Interprofessional Practice’)
- Formalization of 1Health Team
- Establishment of Phase III Advisory Committee
- Launch of early Phase III pilots
- Establishment of the Interprofessional Practice and Education (IPPE) Committee
- Implementation of Phase III
- Development of the AHC 1Health Data Management System
- Establishment of 1Health Team & Experiential Education Partnership
- Launch of Phase II pilots
- Launch of Phase II - Community Teacher
- Launch of Phase II - Interprofessional Communication Skills pilots
- Establishment of the 1Health Evaluation Team
- Hosted AHC-wide Interprofessional Poster Session