We engage in a variety of partnerships to ensure the provision of interprofessional student learning experiences, the development of a high quality health service and the ongoing development of interprofessional resources.
The ECU Health and Wellness Institute is a multidisciplinary health and wellness facility located at our Joondalup Campus. The IpAC Program works in close collaboration with the Institute to support clients with their care needs and provide an extension of the Enhanced Primary Care Plans. More information on the Institute can be found on the Health and Wellness Institute webpage.
We have worked collaboratively with the Joondalup Health Campus since the initial establishment of the IpAC Program in 2010. The Campus supports us through assisting in the development and implementation of the cardiac rehabilitation program and the development of simulation healthcare challenges. More information is available on the Joondalup Health Campus website.
The North Metropolitan Area Health Service assists us in the development of the IpAC Program care packages. The Service also offers advice and expertise in developing programs that are evidence based and client centred. More information can be found on the North Metropolitan Area Health Service website.
The University of Western Australia (UWA) has supported us throughout the entire development of the IpAC Program. UWA medical students attend clinical placements with us and have the opportunity to develop their clinical assessment skills and increase their knowledge. UWA also provides support through the facilitation of some of the development and training of the IpAC Program clinical supervisors. Further information on this partnership can be found on the UWA website.