The EPIC Program
Empowering Patients through Collaborative Care (EPIC) is a program formed through a collaboration of eight colleges and programs: Social Work, Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Physician Associate, Dentistry, Allied Health, and Public Health. The EPIC program will provide interdisciplinary practice and training to students that will better prepare them for careers in the health care arena. Participants receive a stipend award, directed readings course credit and hours in the Epic program is applied to practicum hour requirements.
Health Practicum Stipend Program
The Health Practicum Stipend Program supports student education and training in the area of healthcare, with an emphasis on skills that will be applicable to the primary healthcare arena and/or a collaborative care setting within healthcare that integrates behavioral health with physical health and multidisciplinary practice. For the student who is interested in a career within health and/or mental health arenas, the Health Practicum Stipend Program offers a stipend of up to $3,000 for foundation year students and up to $6,000 for Concentration year students to support their practicum expenses and education.