Accelerating - Webinar Series

Real Stories with Real Impacts:
What Worked for Accelerating Initiative Teams

For two years, 16 schools of nursing and their universities have partnered with community-based organizations to deliver new models of healthcare and education to benefit the people served, students, and systems.  Now the results of these successful partnerships have been released and are available to you!

Learn more about this initiative by joining us for a series of webinars in 2019-2020.

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Webinar presenters are:

  • Barbara F. Brandt, PhD, EdM, FNAP, Director and Associate Vice President, National Center,
  • Carla Dieter, EdD, MS, RN, Coordinator of Accelerating Initiative and Coordinator of NexusIPE© Programs,
  • Theo Leeman, PhD, Research Consultant at Harder+Company Community Research,
  • Accelerating Initiative NexusIPE© Team members.


Webinars will feature site leaders who will provide insight into how selected sites addressed the gap between health professions education and health care delivery in a community setting. These are real stories with real impact.

  • What had to change in order for them to be successful?
  • How are they doing things differently?
  • What matters most and what made a difference to their patient population?
  • How did the National Center’s NexusIPE© Learning System tools support the Nexus Team’s success?


Click on the titles of the webinar below for more information about each webinar. Then click on the registration link below for this webinar series. Continuing Education is available for an optional fee. View Continuing Education Statement.

 

Date
Title of Webinar
Education-Community Partners
Date: October 8, 2 PM Central
Partners: National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
Harder+Company Community Research
Date: October 30, 2 PM Central
Partners: University of Nebraska Medical Center
Ambassador Health of Omaha
Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation
Azria Health Midtown
Date: November 6, 2 PM Central
Partners: University of Utah
Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake (now Housing Connect)
Grace Mary Manor
Bud Bailey Apartment Community
Date: December 10, 2 PM Central
Partners: Oregon Health & Science University
Klamath Health Partnership
Cascades East Family Medicine
Date: January 22, 2 PM Central
Title: Cultivating Collaboration:  Building a Successful Collaborative Care Model in an Academic Health Partnership
Partners: Creighton University
Catholic Health Initiatives (now CHI Health)
Creighton University Medical Center
Date: February 26, 2 PM Central
Title: Promoting Team-Based Interprofessional Care for Community Dwelling Older Adults with Chronic Disorders
Partners: University of Pittsburgh
UPMC Staying at Home Program
Associates in Family Health Care
Date: March 3, 2 PM Central
Title: Expanding a Successful Interprofessional Approach with a Strong Community Partner: Arizona’s Nexus Team
Partners: Arizona State University
Northern Arizona University
Crossroads, Inc.
Date: April 21, 2 PM Central
Title: Improving Health Access for Public Housing Residents: Washburn University’s Nexus Team
Partners: Washburn University
Topeka Housing Authority
Date: May 13, 2 PM Central
Title: Geriatric Home Visits for Vulnerable Older Adults
Partners: University of Rochester
State University of New York
Lifespan of Greater Rochester
Date: June 10, 2 PM Central
Title: Aligning Resources to Provide for Aging Adults in the Community
Partners: University of Colorado
Sheridan Health Services
Date: TBD
Title: Providing Care in a School Setting
Partners: University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Hawaiʻi Department of Education Keiki Program
Sanford Dole Middle School

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Objectives for each webinar in the series:

After completion of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss how the NexusIPE© team was able to implement an academic-community practice partnership, called the “Nexus”.
  2. Describe how a team of students and health professionals actively learned and worked together with people to improve health and wellbeing in the community while addressing the social determinants of health.
  3. Discuss key lessons learned from the NexusIPE© team’s work.
  4. Describe the application of at least one NexusIPE© Learning System tool supporting the success of the NexusIPE© program.