John Luk, MD
Assistant Dean for Interprofessional Integration
The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School
John Luk, MD serves as the assistant dean for interprofessional integration at Dell Medical School, and works with colleagues and stakeholders on and off campus to create experiences that will prepare graduates to be effective team players, communicators and leaders. He helped to create the UT Austin Center for Health IPE. He serves as the inaugural director of the Dell Medical School Academy of Distinguished Educators and was selected as a member of The University of Texas Kenneth I. Shine, M.D., Academy of Health Science Education. As a pediatric hospitalist, he also cares for hospitalized children and their families.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Learning Objectives: Identify at least three considerations in designing longitudinal, foundational interprofessional coursework. Examine the role of technology in delivering longitudinal, foundational interprofessional coursework. Compare the use of different learning strategies (e.g., simulation, team-building activities) to deliver longitudinal, foundational interprofessional coursework.   This seminar will enable participants to gain applicable skills and knowledge to create a longitudinal, foundational interprofessional learning course for pre-clinical health professions students…