Inter-professional Healthcare Case Competition

  • This annual event hosted by Wisconsin AHEC invites students from any Wisconsin college/university to compete in a case competition, and prove you’ve got the knowledge and skills that employers are seeking in up-and-coming health professionals.
  • Teams will have 2 months to work together on a case study and submit their entry prior to the competition. Each team will conduct an analysis of interprofessional efforts during the care of a patient/client. At the end of the process, your team will present your findings to a panel of judges representing various disciplines in the community of Wisconsin’s healthcare professionals.
  • January 8, 2016


The Medical College of Wisconsin

  • Students from the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Urban and Community Health Pathway partner with the Milwaukee AHEC Youth Health Service Corps at James Madison Academic Campus to provide tiered mentoring and health careers education.  The program aims to encourage interest health careers through interactive training sessions, field trips to the Medical College Simulation Center and Anatomy Lab, and collaborative service learning projects related to health.


The UW School of Medicine and Public Health – T.R.I.U.M.P.H. Program

  • Milwaukee AHEC supports the Training in Urban Medicine and Public Health (TRIUMPH) M4 Leadership and M3 Community and Public Health Enrichment Experience (CAPHENE) courses. Milwaukee AHEC is the link between TRIUMPH and the Milwaukee community.
  • The TRIUMPH program seeks UW medical students who are committed to providing health care for urban populations and to reducing health disparities. The program combines Milwaukee-based third-year primary care, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine rotations, the fourth-year preceptorship and electives with community and public health experiences. The program integrates clinical medicine and community and public health in a combined third- and fourth-year curriculum.
Training College Students