Student Educator Activities

Quadruple Aim activities are designed to support students’ development of Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) Competency Domains and Quadruple Aim goals.

This requirement can be completed by being a facilitator at one of the following events:

  1. Serve as a co-facilitator for an IPE Quadruple Aim Exposure or Immersion Phase Activity – Exposure Workshop, Exposure Bridge Activity (Movie night, etc), Triple Aim Project Proposal, Simulation, etc.
  2. Mentor students in simulation activities, health fairs, point of care training and other events that translate into improved community outcomes with a patient-centered or healthcare focus.
  3. Serve on a Student Advisory Board for 12th Street HWC, North Street, or other free or reduced-cost interprofessional clinic.
  4. Provide a seminar on health professions as a career opportunity to students in K-12 education or undergraduate studies.
  5. Provide a seminar on a practice-related topic (inservice, case conference topic presentation, education booth/fair, etc).
  6. Presentation of original research (Applied Practice Experience, Integrative Learning Experience, poster/platform presentation, etc).
  7. Other activities may be submitted to the Director of Interprofessional Curricular Affairs for approval.Email Dr. Kat Neill at for consideration of other activities.

Complete Student Educator Activity

To complete the Student Educator Activity:

  1. Students must be enrolled in the IPE IPEC 1701-001 Competence Student Educator Activity course in Blackboard. For questions about enrollment, please contact
  2. Students must submit a student educator verification form and reflective essay in Blackboard within 7 days following participation in the activity. 

Student Educator Verification Form

The Student Educator Verification form, IPE student educator written reflection, and reflection grading rubric are available in the IPE IPEC 1701-001 Student Educator Activity course in Blackboard.

Motherhood Together: A Shared Journey of Love

This program provides a free weekly prenatal education class for pregnant women who are facing homelessness or housing insecurity. Meetings will occur every Tuesday from 9:30-Noon, beginning September 24th and are held at the 12th street clinic. Students who participate in this program will sign up for the weekly topic they would like to cover and will meet with coordinating faculty to review the content. Students can sign up for one meeting or multiple meetings. This program follows an adapted version of the March of Dimes Becoming a Mom Curriculum. This activity is great for students who are interested in maternal-child health or patient education. Students who wish to participate in this activity for Fall 2019, will need to complete a one time student training workshop on Tuesday, September 10th from 4-7 pm. For more information and to sign up, contact Nicole Ward at

Cord Blood Information Drive

Miss Arkansas, Claudia Raffo, supports cord blood donation and you can too! As a Student Educator you can assist in educating the public about cord blood banking.

Dates and times vary.

Please contact Plummer Badger for more information. 

MPH Integrated Learning Experience (ILE)

MPH students can complete their Student Educator Activity through participation in the the COPH Integrated Learning Experience (ILE). (COPH 5992)

For more information, please check out the COPH website and speak with your program advisor.

Other Student Educator Ideas

For other student educator ideas, please email

For information to register a new Student Educator site please CLICK HERE.