Assessment: The LMU-DCOM Office of Assessment and Interprofessional Education facilitates and supports the collection of data in a variety of ways that provide information on the continuous improvement of programs and services for all DCOM students. LMU-DCOM demonstrates a strong culture of evidence. The Office of Assessment and IPE contributes to this culture by striving for continuous improvement through collaboration with faculty in pursuit of assessment best practices.
We are committed to the support of faculty and health professions students through faculty development, continuing medical education, center for simulation and training, clinical exam center, assessments and technology.
IPE: Interprofessional education (IPE) occurs when students from two or more professions learn about, from and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes” (World Health Organization, 2010).
The Office of Assessment and Interprofessional Education is committed to promoting and facilitating an environment of interprofessional collaboration amongst health profession students that emphasizes roles and responsibilities, values and ethics, teamwork, and interprofessional communication to optimize patient care.
Support and services are administered by a team dedicated to excellence.
Associate Dean of Assessment and Interprofessional Education (IPE)DCOM 220423.869.6547
Director of Educational Development and AssessmentDCOM 339423.869.7167
Director of Examination and Assessment ServicesDCOM 340423.869.7161
Assessment Specialist/Director of Curricular MappingDCOM 234423.869.7121
Examination Services ManagerDCOMK 150423.869.7761
Examination Services CoordinatorDCOM 308-B423.869.6673
Examination Services CoordinatorDCOM 308-C423.869.6842
Manager, Center for Simulation and TrainingCVM 203423.869.7460
Simulation Lab Coordinator/TechnicianCVM 209423.869.6070
Director of AHA Training Center DCOM 302 423.869.6480
Chloe Ruff, PhDAssociate Director of Assessment and Faculty DevelopmentDCOMK 148865.338.5691