Interprofessional Education (IPE) Simulation Modules

Virtual Student Clinical Experiences using IPE Simulations Modules

Available for all schools of nursing in the state of Maryland:
The on-line IPE Simulation videos found on this website were originally created to meet IPE accreditation requirements, but they can also be used to meet clinical requirements. Please follow the FACULTY INSTRUCTIONS provided to create an account and to log on. Then, select a course(s)/module(s) for use in your curriculum:

1) lnterprofessional Care Coordination Rounds
2) Readmission Reduction - Interprofessional Home Visit
3) Preventing Medication Errors - Structured Interprofessional Bedside Rounds (SIBR)
4) Discharge Planning during Team Rounds - Structured Interprofessional Bedside Rounds (SIBR)

To use a course/module for clinical instruction, provide students with the website and IPE STUDENT LEARNER INSTRUCTIONS for creating an account and logging in, along with the TITLE of the module which you will be using with them. You may:

  • A. Provide additional student pre-assignment(s) to the Student Version such as requiring students to develop a plan(s) of care, including citations and evaluation. (See suggested clinical objectives in the Resources Folder of each module)
  • B. Assign students to view the video (either synchronously in a Zoom/online group) or asynchronously
  • C. Conduct a post-conference discussion, either synchronously or asynchronously

IPE Resources:

Interprofessional Education (IPE) Debrief Guide


Available for all schools of nursing in the state of Maryland:
The online IPE Simulation videos found on this website were originally created to meet IPE accreditation requirements, but they can also be used to meet Clinical Requirements.

Interprofessional Education Collaborative Core Competencies (IPEC) Update 2016.

Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Report of an Expert Panel 2011

IPEC Resources