The world health organization offers a free resource, The Framework for Action on Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice, that highlights the current status of interprofessional collaboration around the world, identifies the mechanisms that shape successful collaborative teamwork and outlines a series of action items that policy makers can apply within their local health system.

The National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (Nexus) is a leader in training and resource sharing for interprofessional education. Nexus offers training, conferences, webinars in addition to other resources to assist to bridge the gap between health profession education and healthcare delivery.

The Interprofessional Education Collaborative works in collaboration with academic institutions, to promote, encourage and support efforts to prepare future health professionals so that they enter the workforce ready for interprofessional collaborative practice that helps to ensure the health of individuals and populations.

The Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research provides IPE tools and resources as well as IPE and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (IPCP) courses for clinicians, faculty and students of the Creighton community. This innovative enterprise, one of the first in the nation, ensures students in Creighton’s health sciences programs receive an interprofessional education that prepares them to collaborate and share knowledge with other health care professionals in their future careers. Our IPE courses and tools are also made available to educators, clinicians and students outside Creighton.

The National AHEC Organization represents a network of more than 300 AHEC program offices and centers that serve over 85% of United States counties. The NAO mission is to help its members achieve the AHEC mission through advocacy, education, and research. The AHEC mission is to enhance access to quality health care, particularly primary and preventive care, by improving the supply and distribution of healthcare professionals via strategic partnerships with academic programs, communities, and professional organizations.