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Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/46332

About the Office of Education

The AHC Office of Education collaborates with AHC faculty and members of the Minnesota community to introduce innovations in health care education. Led by Dr. Barbara Brandt, Associate Vice President for Education, our staff helps faculty, students, staff, and administrators develop new skills, cross traditional boundaries between the health profession schools, and work in diverse, community-based settings.


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Shaping and Sustaining Minnesota's Health: A New Covenant Guide, Health Education, Research and Outreach

University of Minnesota. Academic Health Center; University of Minnesota. Office of the Senior Vice President for Health Sciences (University of Minnesota, 2000-06-19)
Minnesota's 150-year commitment to the health and well-being of its residents and communities has propelled a quality of life that is second to none. The University of Minnesota Academic Health Center and its constituent ...

Conceptual Basis for Interprofessional Education at the University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota. Academic Health Center; Speedie, Marilyn K.; Powell, Deborah; Disch, Joanne (University of Minnesota, 2005-08)
The University of Minnesota Academic Health Center is perfectly positioned to develop interprofessional team education and exemplary practice sites. We have committed leadership, multiple health professional schools under ...

Final Report of the Academic Health Center Task Force on Technology Enhanced Learning

University of Minnesota. Academic Health Center; Speedie, Stuart M. (University of Minnesota, 2000-03-02)
The Task Force on Technology Enhanced Learning and Distance Education consisting of representatives from each of the schools and colleges in the Academic Health Center and the directors of the Bio-Medical Library and ...

Developing Health Care Teams: A Report by the Academic Health Center Task Force on Interdisciplinary Health Team Development

University of Minnesota. Office of the Senior Vice President for Health Sciences; Cerra, Frank B. (University of Minnesota, 1996-09-01)
As today's health care delivery system evolves, all levels of professionals are learning that a "team" approach is both efficient and effective for providing quality patient care. However, while new graduates may learn to ...

Academic Health Center Office of Education Comprehensive Report

University of Minnesota. Academic Health Center Office of Education; Brandt, Barbara F. (University of Minnesota, 2010-10)

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