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Interprofessional Education Committee (IPEC)

James Beauchemin

 James Beauchemin, PHD, LCSW

Assistant Professor, School of Social Work

Office: Education Bld 716H

Phone: (208) 426-3194

Email: jamesbeauchemin@boisestate.edu

 

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Samantha Davis, MS, RRT-NPS, AE-C

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Respiratory Care

Office HSRV 206B

Phone: (208) 426-3318

Email: samanthadavis170@boisestate.edu

 

Jennifer Eichmeyer, MS, LCGC

Clinical Assistant Professor, Genetic Counseling (in development)

Office: HSRV

Phone: (208) 426-3987

Email: jennifereichmeye@boisestate.edu 

 

Phil Ford, Kinesiology, studio portrait

Phil Ford, PhD, LAT, ATC, PES, CES

Interprofessional Education Coordinator, College of Health Sciences

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Kinesiology

Office: KINES 111

Phone: (208) 426-4278

Email: philipford@boisestate.edu

 

Matt Niece, PhD, LCPC : Director of Counseling Services

Matt Niece PhD, LCPC

Director of Counseling Servieces

Office: UHS

Phone: (208) 426-1459

Email: matthewniece@boisestate.edu 

 

 

Paula Molina-Shaver, MS, RN-BC

Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

Office: NNHS 423

Phone: (208) 426-5398

Email: paulashaver@boisestate.edu

 

Jaime Sand

Jaime Sand, EdD, RHIT, CCS

Associate Professor, Department of Community and Environmental Health

Office: HSRV 109

Phone: (208) 426-5392

Email: JaimeSand@boisestate.edu

 

Janet Willhaus

Janet Willhaus, PhD, RN, CHSE 

Assistant Professor, Healthcare Simulation Certificate Facilitator, School of Nursing

Office: NNHS 334

Phone: (208) 426-3712

Email: janetwillhaus@boisestate.edu

 

Studio portrait of Erica Wight.

Erica Koch Wight, MED, RT(R)(M)(QM)

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Radiological Sciences

Office: HSRV 132

Phone: (208) 426-5045

Email: EricaWight@boisestate.edu


Interprofessional Education Committee Function

The IPE Committee (IPEC) will serve to guide strategic initiatives related to the development and implementation of IPE throughout the College of Health Sciences.  The committee will also serve as faculty champions, representing all disciplines, demonstrating a thorough understanding of IPE Core Competencies and modeling best practices in IPE. The committee will participate in the construction of IPE events (e.g. IPE Clinical Seminar) and learning activities for the college and beyond.  In addition, the group will serve as a curriculum committee for the creation and approval of academic programing in IPE.  Finally, the committee will strive to create academic partnerships within the university and the community that supports Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice.