About

Target Audience

These are designed for interprofessional (IP) student teams from graduate health professions, which include students from at least two different health professions, such as from medical, pharmacy, advanced nursing, physician assistant, dental, social work, public health and/or physical therapy. They are designed as student learning activities to be supervised by appropriate preceptors within the clinical setting.

Where

They are developed for primary care settings, especially those with integrated primary care, i.e., those settings with behavioral health, pharmacy and/or oral health, in addition to primary care and especially those that are seeking or maintaining NCQA PCMH recognition.

What

These learning activities:

NCQA PCMH Standards

Each of the IP Learning Activities in UNE’s Clinical Interprofessional Curriculum (CIPC) falls under one (and sometimes more than one) of the NCQA PCMH standards.

Important details for each learning activity can be found within the relevant NCQA PCMH standard and element. It is therefore important to read both the relevant standard and element along with the description of the learning activity in order to fully understand that activity. As NCQA revises the PCMH standards, we anticipate updating UNE’s CIPC in order to maintain alignment between the two.

The full set of National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH) standards these activities are based on can be found in the NCQA PCMH 2014 Recognition Standards and Guidelines