The Office of Shared Student Services coordinates a wide array of programming to support student wellness, engagement, leadership, and learning. Click on the link below to learn more about interprofessional services.
For more Information, visit the WELL's Services & Programs page.
An interprofessional case competition for health professional students to achieve a 360-degree perspective on patient safety and improvement in today’s health care system. Students need to apply and, if selected, will represent USF Health at the CLARION National Case Competition in Minneapolis, MN. Registration opens in October of every year.
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USF Medical Response Unit
The USF Medical Response Unit (MRU) is comprised of students from multiple disciplines of study at USF. Officially speaking, the MRU is a multi-departmental collaborative between Student Health Services (SHS), a student organization University Emergency Medicine Student Association (UEMSA), and Student Government. The MRU program functions as a field extension of the SHS clinic with one of their physicians, Dr. Stephen Poff, functioning as Medical Director for the program. UEMSA staffs the MRU with certified Emergency Medical Responders, Emergency Medical Technicians, and Paramedics to provision care up to the Basic Life Support level. UEMSA is comprised of students from various undergraduate disciplines such as pre-nursing, nursing, pre-med, pre-pa, and all the various majors and colleges to which these students belong. The approximately 60 MRU student volunteers are majoring in nearly every type of science/pre-health degree offered at USF.
For more questions about how to get involved reach out to Austin Jared at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IPE Day 2020
USF is hosting the 3rd Annual USF Health Interprofessional Education (IPE) Day. This year, IPE Day will be virtual via Microsoft Teams Live Event. Faculty, staff, students, and health care partners are encouraged to attend this unique and collaborative opportunity. The goal is to continue to transform the way we practice health care as interprofessional partners, leveraging collective expertise and strengths to improve patient outcomes and quality of care. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
The USF Health 3rd Annual Interprofessional Education Day is Nov. 18
For more information reach out to Dr. Erini Serag at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's a Whole New World! The Advocacy and Pandemics Bootcamp of the USF COPH Activist Lab
This is the Activist Lab's annual virtual Bootcamp is on January 29 th, from 9am – 5:30 pm with this year focusing on advocacy surrounding pandemics-particularly COVID-19. Learning outcomes are for participants to be able to: Describe the importance of advocacy and policy development in the development of pandemic interventions; Discuss what was done well and what can be improved in terms of our health system's responses to COVID-19; Develop a position paper based on advocacy topics; Discuss with prior and current legislators and advocates how to improve the position papers; and Network with advocates throughout the state in battling pandemics. This is open to students, community members, and faculty and staff interested in advocacy related to pandemics.
If you would like to learn more about this event reach out to Karen D. Liller, PhD at email@example.com.
Feeding Tampa Bay Mega Pantry Distribution at USF
Feeding Tampa Bay is returning to the Tampa campus in the Yuengling parking lot starting Monday, October 5, 2020. They will continue through December 21, 2020. The pantry will occur from 4-6:30 p.m.
VOLUNTEERS are needed from 3:00 pm -6:30 p.m. Volunteers will help provide pre-packed meals to our neighbors-in-need in a drive thru style distribution. Volunteers can expect to help guide vehicles, load pre-packed meals into vehicle trunks, and any other necessary tasks. Location: Yuengling Center, 12499 USF Bull Run Drive, Tampa, FL 33617.
Sign up on FTB's website.