APIPECnet

Asia Pacific Interprofessional Education and Collaboration Network
A platform to connect champions of interprofessional movement for healthcare and education in Asia Pacific region

Objectives

  • To connect IPE and IPCP champions in Asia Pacific region
  • To promote interprofessional value in health practices and education

Plans for next 2 years

  • Connecting the identified IPE and IPCP champions in Asia Pacific region
  • Identifying new champions of interprofessional values in healthcare and education implementation in the region
  • Do a situational analysis of IPE and IPCP implementation in the region
Contact Person
Committee

Aprilia Ekawati Utami
Sharra Ati Kurnia Dewi
Amandha Boy Timor Randita
Muhammad Jauhar
Candrika Dini
Vini Jamarin
Emma Martawijaya
Michael Sy

Interprofessional.Global Representatives

Daniel Richard Kambey (Medical Doctor)
Indonesian Young Health Professionals’ Society / The University of Tokyo

Daniel is the current chairman of Indonesian Young Health Professionals’ Society who helped to establish the Indonesian IPE Consortium and Asia Pacific Interprofessional Education and Collaboration Network in 2017. Currently a research student in International Research Centre for Medical Education, The University of Tokyo.

He has the following responsibilities in Interprofessional.Global:

  • Facilitator of the Research Working Group
  • Member of Policy Development Working Group

Michael Palapal Sy (Occupational Therapist)
APIPEC Representative / University of the Philippines Manila

Michael, an occupational therapist by profession, currently works as an Associate Professor for health professions education at the National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions, University of the Philippines Manila. He served as the co-chair for the 2nd Joint International Conference organized by Asia Pacific Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Network and Philippine Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Network held in the Philippines last January 2020. Apart from leading the graduate courses on IPE/C in his university and publishing IPE/C-related research, he also serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Interprofessional Care. He has the following responsibilities in Interprofessional.Global:
  • A representative for the Asia-Pacific regional group
  • Helps out in the Global Cafe roll-out