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Students sitting at tables and collaborating during IPE Day.

On Wednesday, June 5, students across the Worcester and Manchester campuses participated in the University's annual IPE Day.

Two students looking down in a notebook.

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Students at DMS/NESA IPE event.

On Wednesday, April 3, the acupuncture and diagnostic medical sonography (DMS) programs held an inaugural interprofessional education (IPE) event designed to create interdisciplinary relationships amongst students.

Faculty at UMass/MCPHS IPE event.

The first annual University of Massachusetts (UMass) Medical School/MCPHS University Interprofessional Symposium and Networking Event was held on May 15 on the UMass Medical School campus in Worcester.

Students in front of poster at IPE Research Showcase.

The first Interprofessional Research Day Showcase was held on April 8 at the MCPHS University Lincoln Ballroom on the Worcester campus. The Showcase highlighted the research from various programs across campus.

NESA graduate Stephanie DiLibero talking to Dr. Oz on Today Show.

A graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) recently appeared on NBC’s morning talk show, the Today Show.

NESA faculty (from left to right): Stephen Cina, Maria Broderick, Collins Allen

During the New England School of Acupuncture’s (NESA) recent Annual Appeal, faculty members (pictured from left to right) Stephen Cina, MAOM, LicAc, ATC, MASM CES, Maria Broderick, EdD, MAOM, LicAc, and Collins "CJ" Allen, MAc, LicAc, Dipl CH, were celebrated for excellence in acupuncture education.

Allison Camire in her practice.

Allison Camire started losing her vision when she was a sophomore in college to a rare, genetic disorder. Though her eye sight is deteriorating, she never lost sight of her vision to become an acupuncturist.