We like to look at healthcare education a little differently. And it’s a unique approach, both here in California and across the country. Here modern medicine unites with ancient and traditional healing arts to create an environment of experiential learning. SCU’s groundbreaking Interprofessional Education (IPE) model combines curriculum, clinic, community, and clubs to help you develop a broader base of knowledge and gain a deeper appreciation for different perspectives on care. The depth and breadth of this dynamic experience will prepare you to one day serve as a vital part of an Interprofessional care team.
SCU’s interprofessional education model offers distinct advantages over traditional healthcare education.
From the beginning, throughout the core curricula, and all the way to graduation, our interprofessional education is an immersive experience.
You’ll develop skills in your discipline while maintaining a well-rounded experience leading towards the goal of becoming an interprofessional provider and healthcare professional.
DISCOVER WHAT TRULY MATTERS
SCU is about opening your eyes wide enough to see the whole person, so you can treat the whole person..
SCU’s interprofessional education approach prepares students with the necessary skills to achieve better health outcomes, better patient experiences, higher provider satisfaction, and lower per capita cost of care.
Ready to explore a better way to provide healthcare? Start your journey at SCU and gain the skills and knowledge you need to be at the forefront of change by providing more patient-centered care.
Jamie Kuljis, DACM, LAc., Dipl. O.M.
Anabelle Lee, DACM, LAc., Dipl. O.M.
Elijah Levy, Ph.D.
Preetideep Singh, M.D., M.B.B.S.
Program Director, Doctor of Interprofessional Health
Vanessa Smith, DACM, BS, L.Ac
University Faculty and SCU Health Faculty
Ebere Ume, PhD, MSN, RN, PHN
Winmar Way, PhD, MA
Division Dean, Accelerated & Foundational Sciences
Jarret Welsh, DC, ATC