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Pee Dee AHEC HPS 2016 Interprofessional Opportunities

Pee Dee AHEC Health Professions Students (HPS) coordinators will be working with McLeod Family Medicine Residency Program to present educational sessions to HPS students from various disciplines in 2016. HPS students who are in the area for clinical rotations will be invited to participate in interprofessional learning opportunities. Pee Dee AHEC will lead team building activities, teach concepts of interprofessionalism and provide information on a variety of healthcare topics.

For any HPS student in the Pee Dee region unable to attend these sessions in person, the coordinators invite them to participate through videoconferencing technology. They can use the videoconference system to interact during the discussions with other students and presenters.

For students rotating in the Pee Dee region who are interested in attending, please contact Kam Richardson or Traci Coward, Pee Dee AHEC HPS Program Coordinators, at or for more information. 


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