In order to meet South Dakota’s need for a unified approach towards Advance Care Planning (ACP), the University of South Dakota’s (USD) Department of Nursing assembled an interprofessional, collaborative network of health professionals to pilot an ACP process. The ultimate goal is to implement a process statewide. The project starts by training learners in USD’s School of Health Science as “First...
This project focuses on developing IPE competencies among nurse practitioners in a one-year residency program and family medicine residents in a three-year residency program. The intervention places the NP residents in weekly interprofessional education sessions with family medicine residents and on interprofessional collaborative care teams at Highland Family Medicine. The NP residents will have...
In order to implement IPE in the clinical practice setting, this intervention incorporates UNE’s Clinical Interprofessional Curriculum (CIPC), which can be found at: http://www.une.edu/clinical-interprofessional-curriculum. CIPC is based on the NCQA patient-centered medical home (PCMH) recognition standards, such as those involving a comprehensive visit and assessment with a complex patient, as...
The Undergraduate Community Practicum engages interprofessional teams of undergraduate health professions students with agency partners in the community to support or implement projects that advance the agency's goals.
The Clinical Practicum engages interprofessional teams of undergraduate health professions students with interprofessional teams in a clinical setting. Multiple settings within hospitals, health care organizations, and community settings are utilized to enable students to gain experience assessing how different interprofessional teams function, and the environmental and personal attributes that...
The Graduate Interprofessional Team Seminars are a required and embedded component for seven health professions programs. The focus of the seminars is interprofessional teamwork to improve patient safety and quality care and is a product of individual professional skills, teamwork skills, and effective systems/processes of care for post-baccalaureate health professions students.
The aim of the Rosalind Franklin University Medicine and Science project is to develop a model of hybrid simulation (low & high) education content utilizing social discriminates of health derived from the community served.
Member Since: April 2014
Intervention: Emerging Role on the Interprofessional Team: Medical Scribes in the Emergency Department
Grand Valley State University (GVSU)
Emergency Care Specialists, P.C. (ECS)
Member Since: June 2016
Intervention: Quality Improvement and Leadership Development for Residents Leading IP Teams
Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University
Jefferson Family Medicine Associates (JFMA)
Jefferson Internal Medicine Associates (JIMA)
The intent of the project is to train health professions students to be collaboration ready, allowing them to enter the workforce prepared to provide care via interprofessional teams. The curriculum facilitates students’ thinking about how individual providers and the health care system can improve care for vulnerable populations.