Dipali Yeh, MS
Assistant Professor, Rutgers School of Health Professions
Professor Yeh earned her M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies from the joint Seton Hall University/UMDNJ Physician Assistant Program. She is currently enrolled in a doctoral program in the Department of Interdisciplinary Healthcare Studies at Rosalind Franklin University in Chicago, Il. Her dissertation focus is on interprofessional communication, team science, crisis resource management, and collective resilience. She has expertise in interprofessional education, is a TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer, a certified simulationist specializing in interprofessional high fidelity simulation for healthcare students, including physician assistant, nursing, medicine, pharmacy, and physical therapy, and leads standardized patient integration into simulation. Professor Yeh is a recognized expert at Rutgers University in simulation, debriefing, standardized patient integration, TeamSTEPPS, and interprofessional education. She is currently involved in IPE-related work through the RBHS Office of Interprofessional Program under the mentorship of Dr. Denise Rodgers, is on the IPE Faculty Advisory Council, serves as co-chair for the task force for Standardized Patients at RBHS, and collaborates with other RBHS simulationists to deliver high fidelity experiences. Professor Yeh’s clinical background is in emergency medicine, where she still works part-time at the Department of Emergency Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Professor Yeh is affiliated with the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, the Association of Standardized Patient Educators, and the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education.