Organizational Models of Interprofessional Practice and Education in the United States: Results from a National Survey
The Griffith Health Framework for Interprofessional Learning sets out the institution’s agreed and endorsed approach to ensuring that its health professional graduates have the capabilities required for effective interprofessional collaborative practice. The Framework includes 12 threshold learning outcomes, a threephase programmatic pedagogical model and accreditation standards for health programs in relation to their interprofessional content.
Welcome to the Opioid Workforce Expansion Program (OWEP) Paraprofessionals cohort engagement group. This platform was created to enable OWEP grantees to connect with each other to discuss best practices, brainstorm solutions to program challenges, facilitate collaborative partnerships, and to encourage cohort cohesion.
Following are new American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT) guidelines for physical therapy education programs during this COVID-19 period and potentially beyond. These guidelines may also be relevant for other health education leaders.
The docs are included at: https://www.acapt.org/news/news-detail/2020/04/29/acapt's-response-to-the-covid-19-new-normal and cover:
A partnership between the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, the National Collaborative on Improving the Clinical Learning Environment (NCICLE), and SmithGroup, the 2019 Clincial Learning Environment Innovation Challenge was a dynamic, team-based, design thinking experience at the Nexus Summit 2019.
2020 has been declared the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife by the World Health Assembly, a World Health Organization (WHO) forum.
Nurses and midwives are recognized for their devotion to providing valuable and life-saving care in hospitals, homes and throughout the community. On the frontlines of health care, nurses and midwives are especially well-positioned to provide oral health education and screening to promote oral and overall health.
OHNEP is excited to announce our designation as a 2019 Edge Runner from the American Academy of Nursing! This initiative recognizes those individuals and organizations who are leaders in designing models of care and interventions to improve healthcare cost and access. OHNEP is receiving the award for its leadership in “putting the mouth back in the head” in nursing education and clinical practice, improving clinical outcomes and making positive contributions to the financial health of organizations.
On August 9, 2019, Barbara F. Brandt presented "Primary Care Innovation: The Future is Interprofessional" to the HRSA Primary Care Workforce Stakeholder Meeting in Rockville, MD.
Please join us for a presentation of our case study at the ACEHP Annual Meeting, January 9, 2020 in San Francisco.
Our approach posits that CE managers are uniquely suited to understand the broad healthcare landscape in terms of practitioner needs, and can aid the institution in defining its direction and in communicating with the interprofessional practitioner community. Our case study follows the development, delivery and long-term evaluation of the effects of a brief CE program on hematologic malignancies presented to community oncology practitioners.
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.