The Jewell and Carl F. Emswiller Interprofessional Symposium is an annual event that provides a forum for health professional students, educators, practitioners, researchers, and policy-makers who have the power to improve health and wellness for individual patients, communities, and populations through innovation in interprofessional practice and education. It is a one-day conference held each year in early spring. Faculty, practitioners, and students from all healthcare fields are invited.
Scholarly Works for the Clinical Education Workplace- Centers of Excellence in Primary Care Education
A compilation of recent scholarly works for interprofessional trainee education and faculty development.
Live links to articles, coursework, case studies, webinars, curriculum and other items for interest to the interprofessional education and clinical practice community.
The Interprofessional Curriculum for Care of Older Adults (iCCOA), is a project funded by HRSA to develop and evaluate an interdisciplinary geriatric curriculum for medical, nursing, social work, counseling psychology, pharmacy, dentistry, and law students, fellows and residents. Other learners include professional health care workers, community organizers, peer mentors and frontline workers.
Webinar Series: Workforce Grand Rounds
This series seeks to improve health professions training. The goal is to increase the number of high-quality health professionals, particularly in rural and underserved communities.
How will the webinars help BHW grantees?
What personal values characterize members of high performance teams? What core principles are associated with high quality team-based health care? What is a person-centered perspective
With emphasis on a person-centered perspective, these and other questions are explored in this interactive eLearning module to illustrate the alignment of personal values and core principles with practice habits – competency behaviors – associated with high performance teams and teamwork in health care.
The ATRA Standards for the Practice of Recreational Therapy & Self-Assessment Guide, published in 2013, consists of 12 standards and the Self-Assessment Guide (SOP/SAG). The manual was written in a format that provides a comprehensive description of recreational therapy practice, consistent with requirements of accrediting and regulatory agencies and quality recreational therapy practice.
The Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic Nexus Innovations Interprofessional Team Intervention Project
The American Therapeutic Recreation Association’s Code of Ethics is to be used as a guide for promoting and maintaining the highest standards of ethical behavior. The Code applies to all Recreational Therapy personnel. The term Recreational Therapy personnel includes Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists (CTRS), recreational therapy assistants and recreational therapy students. Acceptance of membership in the American Therapeutic Recreation Association commits a member to adherence to these principles.
A Discussion of the IOM Report, A Framework for Educating Health Professional to Address the Social Determinants of Health
The World Health Organization defines the social determinants of health as “the conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live, and age, and the wider set of forces and systems shaping the conditions of daily life.” These forces and systems include economic policies, development agendas, cultural and social norms, social policies, and political systems.