Meet your CHIP Rep!
The CHIP Executive Council is CHIP's governing student body and is comprised of students from each of the Academic Health Center schools and colleges as well as the Allied Health programs.
Why Interprofessional Engagement?
"I wanted to be involved with CHIP because it provided me with the opportunity to work closely with other professions, a skill I know I must have to be successful in my career. This year, I've gotten to expand my perspectives, and collaborate with other students to achieve a common goal - unify and create conversations among different professions in the AHC." Katie, MHA student
CLARION is a student-led, interprofessional organization that hosts an annual case competition as well as other events open to all AHC students.
The Center for Health Interprofessional Programs (CHIP) offers health professions students exciting opportunities to connect, learn, serve and lead with their peers across professions.
CLARION creates and conducts co-curricular, interprofessional experiences for University of Minnesota Academic Health Center students based upon the Institute of Medicine’s report “Six Aims for a New Healthcare System.