While the majority of CHIP programming is student-driven, faculty and staff play an important role by providing guidance, support and expertise. Below are ways to support students as they engage in CHIP's co-curricular, interprofessional opportunities.
From serving as a CLARION Case Competition coach, Interprofessional Student Parent Community (ISPC) faculty supporter, or as a student organization faculty advisor, to speaking or facilitating on area of expertise at student event - there are numerous ways to support students.
CLARION Case Competition Coach
Work with a team of 3-4 health professional students as they create a plan to respond to a systemic issue in healthcare
Work with teams begins late January and goes through early March for most teams, mid-April for the team that is forwarded to the National Competition
Time commitment varies and is negotiated between student team and coach
Interprofessional Student Parent Community (ISPC) Faculty Supporter
Meet with healthcare professional students who are parents at lunch meetings
Share your story of parenting as a student and/or healthcare professional with current student-parents
Attend at least one monthly meeting per year and/or one family-friendly event per year
Speaker/Facilitator on Area of Expertise at Student Event
Lunch Lectures hosted by a variety of IP student groups
CLARION’s Interprofessional Dinner
Student Organization Faculty Advisor
By serving as a Faculty Advisor to a Campus Life Program (CLP) connected to CHIP, faculty play an important role in:
- Supporting the student organization to meet their goals
- Providing connections to and resources for the student groups areas of interest
- Building relationships with students and understanding interests outside of the classroom
- Mentoring/providing context to how their work within the student group can translate to health professional careers
- Time commitment varies by group and is negotiated between students and faculty. CHIP staff also support the group.