Hossein Khalili, BScN, MScN, PhD, FNAP
Director, UW CIPE; President IPR.Global
University of Wisconsin-Madison & InterprofessionalResearch.Global (IPR.Global)
Dr. Hossein Khalili, RN, BScN, MScN, PhD, FNAP is an internationally recognized scholar, expert, and leader in the field of interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP). He serves as the Director of University of Wisconsin Centre of Interprofessional Practice and Education, the President of the Global Network for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Research (known as InterprofessionalResearch.Global), an Adjunct Research Professor at Western University, a Member of Interprofessional.Global Leadership Team, a member of the Program Committee of the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative (AIHC), and a Board Member of the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative (CIHC). Dr. Khalili also serves in the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Interprofessional care, Journal of Geriatric Medicine, and Journal of Clinical and Nursing Research. Dr. Khalili has conducted (as PI & Co-I) 20+ research projects with over $7 million in funding; authored 80 journal papers/reports; eight books/chapters; (co)developed/ standardized and published six instruments and presented 130+ abstracts and invited speeches. Dr. Khalili’s original work on interprofessional Socialization Framework and Dual Identity Development has well-received around the globe and he has received numerous prestigious awards due to his excellent work in integrating research, teaching, and leadership in IPECP.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Learning Objectives 1. Highlight the importance and the impacts of IPE Badges and Path of Distinction on developing collaborative practice-ready future practitioners. 2. Explore a framework for creating requirements for an IPE Path of Distinction that works across different health science programs. According to the World Health Organization (2010), students in health/social professional programs are required to be collaborative practice-ready at the time of graduation as they are required to work collaboratively with other members of interprofessional teams in the workplace. To help health/…
Learning Objectives - by the end of the seminar, participants will be able to: Highlight the complex challenges of collaborating across health science programs within a large academic institution. Identify and discuss enablers and barriers that impact the integration and sustainability of interprofessional practice and education (IPE) program. Apply the core principles and concepts of an interprofessional charter in developing, enhancing, and/or integrating their IPE programs. Collaboration is at the heart of successful interprofessional education and practice (IPE). Students who are…