Our Partners

SHAPED would not be where it is right now without the continuous support of our partners. We therefore would like to take this opportunity and thank them for the commitment and enthusiasm they bring to our project! They help us strengthening interprofessional education and collaboration in the healthcare sector of Switzerland.

Become a Partner

Interprofessional education requires working TOGETHER.  We look forward to collaborating WITH YOU to shape the future of IPE in Switzerland!

Supporting Students' Associations


The Swiss Medical Students' Association (swimsa) is the voice of over 9'000 medical students from all over Switzerland. It commits itself to creating a sustainable, healthy society and motivates medical students through innovative engagement to become better doctors.


psyCH is the umbrella association of Swiss psychology students, which means that psyCH represents and promotes the interests of students in psychology on a national level.


asep, the Swiss Pharmaceutical Students’ Association, represents over 1'000 pharmaceutical students from around Switzerland. Its vision is to connect and represent pharmaceutical students in Switzerland nationally and internationally and to provide them with an empowering platform for networking, interprofessional exchange and self-development and to therefore contribute to public health.


Swiss Nursing Students (SNS) is the national association of nursing students in Switzerland. With its more than 2,000 members, SNS is the largest organization within the Swiss Professional Nursing Association SBK.

Umbrella Associations

As of May 2022, SHAPED is a proud extraordinary member of:

Plattform Interprofessionalität / Plateforme Interprofessionnalité

Plattform Interprofessionalität or Plateforme Interprofessionnalité is the key contact for all issues related to interprofessional collaboration in primary healthcare. It is the only one of its kind, bringing together 18 professional associations in the health sector and representing most Swiss ambulatory care professionals.