Education, Training, and Professional Development
The National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education is pleased to present Preceptors in the Nexus: Interprofessional Learning IN Practice.
This two-day workshop in Minneapolis offers interprofessional teams the knowledge to enhance interprofessional learning and team-based collaborative practice at their site.
To further support networking and learning after six months, the Preceptors in the Nexus (PIN) team will offer a two-hour online symposium and “office hours”.
This feature will encourage accountability for the teams to implement an interprofessional learning IN practice project to work toward implementing intentional interprofessional education and transforming practice environments.
Interprofessional by Design
From Return on Investment to Integrated Care: What You Need to Know to Advance Team-BAsed Care
This interactive, hands-on workshop series is designed to provide teams with the skills and competencies needed to deliver – and sustain - optimized care coordination and integrated care through effective teamwork. Over the course of three days, teams will explore key principles of sound fiscal and sustainable team-based care to demonstrate return on investment, while practicing with tools to embed, evaluate and improve care coordination and integrated care in daily practice through team and teamwork.
During this workshop, teams will participate in a series of activities to build capacity in both the implementation – and sustainability – of team-based care.
This workshop is well-suited for individuals or clinical teams, academic-practice teams or academic teams preparing students for interprofessional team-based practice.
A comprehensive series of interactive learning opportunities with a focus on interprofessional practice and education. The 3.5-day workshops are hosted at three university sites around the country:
University of Washington Schools of Nursing, Medicine and Pharmacy, Seattle, Washington
May 7-10, 2018
August 13-16, 2018
University of Virginia Schools of Nursing and Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia
April 18-21, 2018
November 7-10, 2018
University of Missouri Schools of Nursing and Medicine, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy at MU, Columbia, Missouri
2018 Dates TBD
Increasingly, the delivery of health care is relying on big data to understand trends to optimize care and improve health outcomes. Anyone with an interest in interprofessional health informatics would benefit from this introductory level-course designed to build awareness and understanding of the national interprofessional research context for large data science and how it will guide everything from patient care, care management, risk management, patient satisfaction and decision support.
This course may be of particular interest to:
- Members of Nexus teams (health care and education collaborations) exploring how to leverage big data to support solutions for interprofessional practice, education and scholarship
- Health care administrators and clinical professionals desiring to understand basic principles of big data science and how it can guide decisions around care
- Health IT professionals seeking information about current trends in big data science
- Individuals with an interest in learning more about interprofessional big data science and its role in advancing interprofessional practice and education
The National Center will be hosting Nexus Summit 2018 - Creating Results: Interprofessional Vision to Action July 29 - Aug 30, 2018 in Minneapolis, MN. This will be an exciting opportunity for all of us to come together and immerse ourselves in learning, teaching, networking, debating and most importantly - advancing the partnership of practice and education.