Presentations and Publications

Bogschutz, R.J., Hoggatt Krumweide, K., Joseph, R., & Young, V. (May, 2018). Conversations in IPE: Organizing IPE Across a State. [Webinar] In the Interprofessional Education Special Interest Group (IPE SIG) of the AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs Webinar Series.

Luk, J., Gill, A., Bogschutz, R. J., Mouton, C., & Smith, S. (April, 2018). Interprofessional Education in the Lone Star State: From the Gulf to the Panhandle. Traditional 90-minute moderated panel discussion at the Southern Group on Educational Affairs Regional Meeting in Jackson, MS. 

Joseph, R., Brixey, J., Ronnau, J., Smith, S., & Utay, J., (October, 2017). Public-Private Sector Partnerships through Inter-Institutional Interprofessional Practice and Education: The Texas IPE Task Force. Traditional 60-minute podium presentation at the Collaborative Family and Healthcare Association Annual Conference in Houston, TX.

Bogschutz, R. J., Kaunas, C. L., Farmer, D., & Young, V. (August, 2017). A Community of Practice for Accelerating IPE Implementation: The Texas IPE Task Force. A 120-minute showcase presentation at the Nexus Summit in Minneapolis, MN.

Bogschutz, R. J., Farmer, D., Kaunas, C. L., Joseph, R., & Brixey, J. (February, 2017). A Model for Inter-Institutional Interprofessional Practice and Education (IPE): The Texas IPE Task Force. A 60-minute moderated panel discussion at the 2017 Innovation in Health Science Education Annual Conference in Austin, TX. 


George E. Thibault, MD Nexus IPE Award - Honorable Mention

The Texas IPE Consortium received an honorable mention for the George E. Thibault, MD award from the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education. Named in honor of the past president of the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, this award celebrates exemplary interprofessional practice in the US and those who are thinking and acting differently where education and practice connect in health and health care.The award recognizes an educational institution, health system, clinic, and/or community organization for extraordinary contributions to the Nexus– linking health professions education and interprofessional practice to transform care delivery, improve health outcomes, and decrease costs.

David Farmer (UNT HSC), Kim Hoggatt Krumwiede (UT Southwestern), Veronica Young (UT at Austin), and Christine Kaunas (TAMU HSC) were at the 2018 Nexus Summit to receive the award. Additional information can be accessed at:

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