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Collaborative learning-centered partnership
Health administration education accreditation/certification agencies (CAHME, AUPHA) are calling for graduates to have competencies that will facilitate collaboaration across disciplines. An innovative interdisciplinary collaborative program between a campus health administration department and the on-campus student health center funded by a campus Learning-Centered University mini-grant resulted in significant achievement of student learning outcomes based on multimedia assessments. The article provides a case example of how institutional support can assist in achieving campus-wide student learning goals through the implementation of collaborative learning-centered partnership.