Assistant Provost and SON Associate Professor Meg Zomorodi, PhD, RN, CNL, was recently featured in the University Gazette. Zomorodi, who now leads the UNC Office of Interprofessional Education, emphasizes the importance of health care professionals and students learning from one another.
The complexity of health care requires that different medical specialists interact with each other multiple times a day to determine the care of a single patient, Zomorodi said.
“The office seeks to create opportunities for students to begin those interactions with other health care professionals as an essential part of their education at Carolina,” Zomorodi said. “Bringing in the Schools of Business and Education allow for us to tackle complex health problems to make a collective impact on the health of a population.
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