Aligning Health Professional Student Efforts with Frontline Quality Improvement Work Within a Growing Healthcare System
Emily Gottenborg, MD
Suzanne Brandenburg, MD
Darlene Tad-y, MD
University of Colorado
A workshop focused on the integration of learners across the health care professions into frontline quality improvement efforts, to achieve a robust, authentic educational experience for learners, and affect healthcare improvement efforts by supporting frontline clinical teams with a student workforce.
Building a NEXUS Network of Partners: Strategies for Building Relationships, Infrastructure, and Action Plans
Haifa A. Samra, PhD
Jessica Meendering, PhD, EP-C
Deborah Letcher; Julie Johnson, MD
Lana Svien, PhD
University of South Dakota
This presentation describes the development and growth of a partnership among major health systems and higher education institutions in both rural and urban areas of South Dakota, for the purposes of advancing interprofessional education and practice. The infrastructure for a collaborative vision of preparing current and future health professionals is described.
Catalyzing Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Existing Clinical Teams: Interactive Approaches to Building Teams
Erin Abu-Rish Blakeney, PhD, RN
Mayumi Willgerodt, PhD, MPH
University of Washington
The need to accelerate integration of interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) approaches into clinical settings is increasingly recognized as an essential nexus for healthcare practice transformation. The University of Washington has been working with heart failure (HF) care teams since 2014 to improve communication and patient care through introduction of IPCP team strategies (e.g., structured IP bedside rounding, TeamSTEPPS communication training, change team formation). Innovative interactive strategies (known as “Liberating Structures” (LS’s)) have proved invaluable in helping IP clinical teams collectively identify practice improvement goals, increase shared knowledge of team members’ roles and perspectives, and promote positive relationships and culture change within teams. LS approaches facilitate break down of hierarchy and engagement from all participants. In this workshop the University of Washington team will: 1) share how they have used interactive LS approaches with existing IP clinical teams and 2) invite workshop participants to engage and experience in the same types of activities.
Connecting the Dots: Advancing the Culture of Interprofessionalism
Janice A. Odiaga DNP, CPNP-PC
Joanne M. Miller PhD, APN/GNP-BC
Mary Jo Guglielmo MPH; Gabriella Cs-Szabo PhD
Christopher P. Bruti MD
Discover how to apply a business model to accelerate change in your academic setting to advance the culture of Interprofessionalism. Conceptualize your big opportunity for change and design strategies for success while connecting the dots to the mission, strategic plan and the your universities organizational structure.his interactive workshop will use the IOM's Interprofessional Learning Continuum to analyze an example of the Nexus of interprofessional education and collaborative practice in a RVU primary care model. Participants will then analyze their own settings based on lessons learned by the presenters.
Designing Team-Based Development for Sustaining Impactful Academic-Clinical Partnerships
Teri L. Kennedy, PhD, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, FNAP
Karen J. Saewert, PhD, RN, CPHQ, ANEF
Michael Moramarco, MA
Arizona State University
Lynne Sinclair, MA (Ad Ed), BSc(PT)
University of Toronto
Concerned about spending time and money on team development without a good return on your investment? This workshop will help you design successful teamwork education experiences that enhance academic-clinical collaboration. Learn how to work effectively with expert team facilitators and optimize the sustainability of your efforts.
Engaging in Mutually Beneficial Community Partnerships to Prepare Interprofessional Students for Improving Population Health
Leslie Hinyard, PhD, MSW
Jessica Barreca, PT, DPT
Eileen Toomey, MS
St. Louis University
This workshop will describe the process of active engagement with community partners for an undergraduate, interprofessional community practicum. Participants will learn about active engagement, role play conversations, and practice assessment of outcomes to maintain mutually beneficial collaboration with community agencies.
Humanizing Access to Care: An Interprofessional Approach to Enhance Interpersonal Communication for Improving Patient Quality and Safety
Carol Schmer, PhD, RN
Margaret Brommelsiek, PhD
Susan Kimble, DNP, RN, ANP-BC, FAANP
University of Missouri Kansas City
Healthcare is complex. IPE and IPC were identified as processes for addressing issues of equitable access, patient safety, and quality of care. Workshop participants will develop important skills for capturing a patient’s lived experience of health through intentional presence, cultural sensitivity, and methods for treating patients as co-collaborators in care. Participants will engage in active learning activities through small group case studies focused on communication and cultural awareness for working as members of IPC teams; role play to develop diverse perspectives; and short creative writing exercises to explore one’s own culture and world view.
I-CAN: A Community-based Academic Practice Model for Interprofessional Clinical Education & Population Health
Launa Rae Mathews, RN, MS
Peggy Wros, PhD, RN
Jennifer Boyd, PhD, MBA
Molly Osborne, MD, PhD
Oregon Health and Science University
The I-CAN interactive workshop will explain the reproducible and scalable I-CAN model, describe project integration within curricula and communities, and engage workshop participants in facilitated case-based discussion and the “zoom” analysis model to enhance learning and sustainable intervention. Materials that will be shared include: a description of the I-CAN model and population health framework, case studies, shared examples, and guided interprofessional workgroup problem-solving exercises to discuss how neighborhoods can be transformed through partnership.
Innovating Interprofessional Collaboration in a Primary Care Setting
Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L
Kristy Brandon, PT, DPT
Michael White, MD
This interactive workshop will use the IOM's Interprofessional Learning Continuum to analyze an example of the Nexus of interprofessional education and collaborative practice in a RVU primary care model. Participants will then analyze their own settings based on lessons learned by the presenters.
Integrated Professional Education at Community Health Centers: Training Medical, Dental, Pharmacy and Behavioral Health Professional Students for Collaborative Care
Lise McCoy, EdD
Ruth Joy Michaelis MD FAAFP
Jennifer Alexander, DDS
A.T. Still University, School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona
El Rio Community Health Center
This workshop focuses on IPE for the Community Health Center (CHC) setting. Faculty and providers who teach at CHCs will share three new clinic-based IPE training experiences, focusing on behavioral health, oral health, and pharmacy integration. Participants will brainstorm solutions for barriers to IP projects and collaborative practice.
Lessons Learned Update: Transitioning an IPCP Intervention from Primary Care to Rehabilitation Settings
Jean Nagelkerk, FNP, PhD, FNAP
Brenda Pawl, FNP-BC, FNAP
Robert Fox, RN, DNS-CT, WCC
Jeff Trytko, MS
Grand Valley State University
This workshop will share updates to the authors’ experiences of structuring IPE and IPCP program in primary and rehabilitation care settings. Participants will discuss successful transition of IPE and IPCP activities and programs in their educational institutions and practice environments including challenges faced and successful programming.
Leveraging Interprofessional Education to Address Gaps in Meeting Health and Social Services Needs in Independent Subsidized Community Housing
Arizona State University
The Nexus Innovation Network project at the Westward Ho Collaboratory brings together four student disciplines to develop skills in collaborative practice and deliver interprofessional health and social services to vulnerable tenants in independent low-income housing. This skills workshop overviews facilitators and barriers experienced in both service provision and tenant engagement.
Plan, Learn, and Care Together – Developing Simulation-based Interprofessional Education Program
Laura Meltzer, MD
Christopher Bruti, MD/MPH
Katherine M. Schafer, MSN, RN, PCNS-BC, CCRN
Beverley Robin, MD CHSE
Rush University Medical College
Interprofessional simulation-based education (IPSBE) is a valuable educational method for health professions students, but the development and implementation of IPSBE can be challenging. In this interactive workshop, participants will gain strategies for interprofessional collaboration in the development and implementation of IPSBE at their own institutions.
Preparing Interprofessional Coaches to Facilitate Transformational Learning
Jennifer Evans DNP, RN
Mary Rock, JD, MSN, RN
Jody Delp, MEd, RRT, CPFT
University of Southern Indiana
An interactive workshop providing participants an opportunity to explore methods for engaging interprofessional students working together on a patient centered care plan. The workshop will provide methods for getting student teams started, driving independent interactions, and debriefing.
Promoting a Culture of Safety with Interprofessional Education Graduate Professional Students and Skilled Nursing Facility Teams
Claudia Chaperon PhD, APRN, GNP-BC
Rebecca Wester MD, CMD; Dean Collier, PharmD
Suhasini Kotcherlakota, PhD
University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing
This skills workshop will demonstrate interprofessional education of professional graduate students and community teams to build a culture of safety in skilled nursing facilities. Attendees will learn to write Interprofessional core competency eLearning training modules. Evaluation of CGAP IPE education and practice will be discussed and preliminary data shared.
Teamwork Training in Integrated Care: Navigating the Nexus in Real Time
Gerri Lamb, PhD, RN, FAAN
Lesley Manson, PsyD
Karen Saewert, PhD, RN, CPHQ; CNE, ANEF
Liz Harrell, DNP, PMHNP-BC; Glen Nelson, PhD
Jinnette Senecal, M.Ed
Arizona State University
Preparing applied teamwork training presents an extraordinary opportunity for education and practice to “live the Nexus” in real time. It also can be an exercise in culture shock and remarkably similar to Alice’s experience falling down the rabbit hole. In this workshop, we share how we designed, implemented, and evaluated a teamwork training program in integrated care for primary care and behavioral health teams.
Tools and Resources in the Nexus
Peggy Wros, PhD, RN
Barbara Brandt and Peggy Wros will be walking through some of the most used and most requested resources currently available on nexusipe.org. A wealth of information and resources are available on the site, finding the right tool or information can sometimes be a challenge. Let Barbara and Peggy help navigate and explain some of the most valuable resources and explain why they should be on your list of tools. Please note this session is not eligible for continuing education credit.
The Synthesis of IPE to ICP and Effects on Patient Outcomes: A Progressive Simulation IPECP Model
Tamzin Batteson, PhD
Sarah S. Garber, PhD
Lori Thuente, PhD
Rosalind Franklin University
The workshop presents a robust educational method that scaffolds student Interprofessional learning. Simulation patients will be created from social determinants of health derived from specific states across the USA, which includes an educational intervention that reflects a patient experience, from initial intake through to follow up interview.
Using Team Collaboratives & Faculty Consultations to Enhance Team-Based Care: Techniques from the University of Rochester Department of Family Medicine
Colleen Fogarty, MD, MSc
Lynne Massaro, DNP-ANP-BC
Sarah Peyre, EdD
Tziporah Rosenberg, PhD, LMFT
University of Rochester School of Medicine
Participants will experience two techniques (Team Collaboratives (TC) and Faculty Consultation groups (FCG)) the University of Rochester School of Medicine utilized in 2007 when transitioning to a team-based model. This workshop will share how to structure the TC, including the essential requirements of a facilitator skilled in engaging all members of the healthcare team in a large format, including tips to incorporate multi-media and active learning strategies to engage in shared learning. Workshop leaders will provide “checklists” of features that the University of Rochester team has found effective in developing these learning venues that will be shared.
Virtual IPE Rotation: Let’s Meet Online to Discuss Patient Case Araceli Gamboa, an Adolescent with Obesity
A.T. Still University, School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona
Diana Jacobson, PhD, RN, PPCNP-BC, PMHS, FAANP
Arizona State University, College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Today you are on virtual rotation at Lincoln High School Health Center. Meet your NP preceptor, attend the morning huddle, and work in a team to assess your teenage patient Araceli Gamboa. Build trust with your patient, test your skills in clinical reasoning, and discuss factors associated with adolescent obesity. n interactive workshop providing participants an opportunity to explore methods for engaging interprofessional students working together on a patient centered care plan. The workshop will provide methods for getting student teams started, driving independent interactions, and debriefing.