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CAB VII Conference
Crossroads of Collaboration

October 20 – 23, 2019

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About the Conference Series

The CAB conference series is the premier, signature event for the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative in partnership with the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative focused on interprofessional education and collaborative practice. The series was launched in 2007 to provide a way in which educators, clinicians, researchers, policy makers and students from both sides of the border could engage in rich, productive dialogue.
The conference is held biennially and alternates between Canada and the United States. CAB VII will be held on October 20-23, 2019 at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, Indiana and will continue the traditions established by previous CAB conferences by focusing on interprofessional education, practice, leadership and policy. The conference will feature best practices, showcase evidence-based outcomes and lessons learned, and provide a venue for scholarly dialogue and productive networking.

Call for Abstracts

The abstract submission deadline was at 11:59 MST on Sunday, March 31, 2019. All abstracts for CAB VII have been accepted and finalized.

CAB VII Goals

This signature event aims to bring together learners, scholars, and practitioners in the field of interprofessional education and (or for) collaborative patient-centered (or person-centered) care to:
  • Share the latest knowledge about interprofessional education and collaborative practice.
  • Discuss important issues related to interprofessional education and collaborative practice, including policy issues, and how they might be addressed.
  • Form collaborative relationships.

Schedule at a Glance

Breakout Session Key:

=Workshop  = Focused Symposium  =Oral  =Student Poster

Sunday, October 20
7:30 AM Registration Opens/Breakfast Buffet
8:30 AM Morning Pre-Conference Workshops
12:00 PM Lunch Buffet
1:00 PM Afternoon Pre-Conference Workshops
5:00 PM Opening Night Reception
Monday, October 21
6:30 AM Registration Opens
7:30 AM Networking Breakfast
7:30 AM
Faculty Implementation of a Large-Scale Foundational IPE Experience2019-08-19T16:00:04+00:00

TRACK: Education

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Mark Fitzgerald, Olivia Anderson, PhD, MPH, RD; Karen B. Farris, PhD; Melissa Gross, PhD; Peggy Ann Ursuy, PhD, MSN, MA, RN; Debra Mattison, MSW; Ghaidaa Najjar, PharmD; Tazin Daniels, PhD; Vani Patterson, MPH; Laura Smith, PhD, DPT

UNIVERSITY: University of Michigan

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This discussion roundtable seeks to create a crossroad of collaboration among educators who have struggled with creating sustainable and effective introduction to IPE experiences for their students. Discussion will be focused on obtaining sound educational outcomes and leadership strategies that have proven to be effective in managing their creation.

Designing Small Group IPE Activities for Health Science Students2019-08-19T15:57:50+00:00

TRACK: Education

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Allison Sohanlal, CCLS; Jennifer Nash, BHSc(Hon)

UNIVERSITY: McMaster University

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Facilitators will lead a discussion focused on challenges and opportunities for innovation in developing small group interprofessional education (IPE) activities for health science students. Conference attendees who currently or in future will offer IPE student experiences (in a clinical or academic setting) are encouraged to attend and share their experiences.

 

Developing an Interprofessional Experience for Healthcare Students on a Medical Mission Trip2019-08-19T15:58:03+00:00

TRACK: Education

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Jennifer Smith, PharmD, BCPS; Brooklyn Cobb, PharmD, BCPS; Thaddeus McGiness, PharmD, BCPS; Paula Anderson-Worts, DO, MPH; Luzan Phillpotts, DO

UNIVERSITY: University of the Sciences

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This program is intended for individuals interested in developing international, interprofessional learning experiences for students. This program describes a pre-existing international, interprofessional learning experience developed for student healthcare professionals. Participants will have the opportunity to brainstorm unique learning experiences for students, including learning objectives, activities, and assessment methods.

Integrating Interprofessional and Collaborative Practice Standardized Patient Encounters into Educational Curriculum2019-08-19T16:01:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Matthew Rivera, DAT, LAT, ATC; Lindsey Eberman, PhD, LAT, ATC 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The importance of interprofessional practice in healthcare is evident; however the use of collaborative standardized patient encounters for learners can give students exposure to these concepts in a safe learning environment. Learning experiences with collaborative practice can result in more effective care when partnering with other providers in clinical practice. 

Cross-Continental Collaboration: Establishing and Nurturing an 8000-mile Network for Indo-American Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T15:57:20+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Rachel PittmannMS, CCC-SLP, CBIS; Antonia Makosky, DNP, MSN, MPH, ANP-BC; Patricia Lussier-DuynsteePhD, RN; Elissa Ladd, PhD, FNP-BC; Ciraj Ali Mohammed, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: MGH Institute of Health ProfessionsManipal Academy of Higher Education 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This discussion focuses on the process of building a relationship between a US school of health professions and a university in southern India utilizing principles of cultural humility, culminating in a student exchange program, an international workshop on IP education and practice and a plan for continued future collaboration. 

Integration of Interprofessional Education into Health Sciences Curriculum2019-08-19T16:01:38+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Della Croteau, BSP, MCEd; Sylvia LangloisMScOTOTReg(Ont) 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Participants will share experiences with colleagues regarding integration of IPE objectives and learning activities into profession-specific curricula, discussing approaches, what is working well, and what is not working as well as expected. Additionally, they will discuss integration of collaborative competency assessment into coursework and clinical training. 

Developing Collaborative Networks: Intentional IPE in Clinical Practicums2019-08-19T15:58:15+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Sharla King, PhD; Melanie Garrison, MEd 

UNIVERSITY: University of Alberta 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This roundtable discussion will share learnings from an in-progress project designed to engage stakeholders (students/new graduates, clinical coordinators, preceptors/clinicians, and regulators from professional organizations) to collaboratively develop learning resources and activities for intentional implementation and evaluation of IPE in diverse practicum settings using flexible educational models  

Implementing Interprofessional Educational Experiences into a New College of Health2019-08-19T16:02:08+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORSLori Porter, EdD, RDN, CAE; Stacy Walker, PhD, ATC, FNATA; Jayanthi Kandiah, PhD, RDN, CD; Molly Tschopp, PhD, CRC, HSPP; Karrie Osborne, MSN, RN; Judith Gray, LCSW, ACSW, Kara Landis, MA , CCC-SLP, Maria Williams-Hawkins, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Ball State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This roundtable discussion will focus on the successes and challenges of integrating interprofessional education into a new College of Health. We will describe our committee formation, faculty education regarding interprofessional education, student recruitment and involvement, our implementation plan and timelines. Participants will engage in structured dialogue around implementing interprofessional education. 

From Ground Zero to Coming Soon: Interprofessional Faculty Development2019-08-19T15:59:40+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORSChristi Barbee, AuD, CCC-A, F-AAA; Peggy Turner, MS, RD/LD, FAND; Margaret Robinson, M.Ed.  

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: By creating a campus-wide interprofessional association, faculty recruitment and education can successfully expand across an academic health center. The discussion with allow attendees to learn about the IEPA program while exchanging ideas for intentional engagement and capacity-building to support development, implementation, assessment, and sustaining interprofessional faculty development at other institutions. 

Interprofessional Collaboration in Quality Improvement of MD/Nurse Communication2019-08-19T16:02:45+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: John Botkin, MD; Areeba Kara, MD, MS, FACP; Tiffany Rader, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC; Courtney Fouche, MSN, RN, CNS 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University Health 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In this abstract we describe a physician, clinical nurse specialist co-led coaching program for bedside nurses. We describe our assessment methods and our coaching tool and propose metrics to capture the impact on patient outcomes. 

Substance Use Prevention – 8 Professions at a Time2019-08-19T16:03:45+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORSKris Hall, MFA; Brianna Nalley, MPH 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of New England 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: UNE provided uni– and interprofessional training for 8 professions by addressing substance use screening, brief intervention (motivational interviewing), and referral to treatment for substance use disorders both inside and outside of the curriculum. The focus on addiction improved IP buy-in among faculty, and administrators, and fostered enthusiastic engagement from students. 

Keys to Success: Building Capacity and Sustainability for IPE for IEHP Across Multiple Academic and Clinical Sites2019-08-19T15:54:36+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORSElizabeth HannaMHScReg CASLPO; Tracy Paulenko, BScPT, MSc; Susan A’CourtRN, BScN, Med 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Toronto, George Brown College 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Internationally Educated Health Care Providers (IEHPs) are a growing force in health care. While IEHPs bring undeniable assets, differences in culture and education may mean working interprofessionally is less familiar. A clinical IPE program for IEHPs will be shared and its applicability to different settings and populations will be explored. 

360 Degrees of IPE2019-08-19T15:44:55+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORSJoy Doll, OTD, OTR/L; Kim Beran Shepler, PT, DPT, OCS; Anna Maio, MD 

UNIVERSITYCreighton University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This 60-minute roundtable discussion will take the participant on 360degree view of IPE. The conversation will include everything from the presenter sharing her institutional story including challenges and successes to seeking feedback about their current IPE learner outcomes to a discussion about the recently published IPE consensus document. 

Leveraging Current Information Technology to Foster Clinical Inter-Professional Education2019-08-19T15:54:45+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORS: Laura Karcher, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS; Doug CarrMD; Brittany Daulton, PhD; Donyel Byrd, MSW, LCSW 

UNIVERSITYIndiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Indiana University Interprofessional Education (IPE) Health Coaching Project is a three-discipline collaboration that piloted the innovative use of a learning management system (LMS) to administrate an IPE experience and facilitate an IP approach to care during a series of three in-home visits with clients, post-brain injury. 

Best Practices for Developing and Sustaining IPE Centers: Twelve Years of the Good, the Bad and the Ugly Shared by One Institution2019-08-19T15:47:58+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORS: Elena Umland, PharmD; Shoshana SicksEdMLauren Collins, MD 

UNIVERSITYThomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Where is your IPE center along the continuum of growth and development? Nascent? Mature? Somewhere in between? Come share and learn about facilitators of and challenges to the development and sustainability of IPE centers as a means to achieving the goal of improved health outcomes for patients and populations. 

Burden be Gone: Creating an Accessible Repository for IPE Content2019-08-19T15:48:23+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Joanna DeMarco, DHSc, CHES; Sara Dugan, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Cleveland State University, Northeast Ohio Medical College 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A collaborative relationship among professors from two universities in seven health professions training programs uncovered ten common learning concepts across all programs. Interactive learning modules were developed and distributed to promote interprofessional collaborative practice among all disciplines at a time in their curriculum that is convenient for them 

Million Hearts Clinic: An Interprofessional Collaboration for Improving Cardiovascular Risk Factors2019-08-19T15:55:04+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Kate Gawlik, DNP, RN, ANP-BC, FNP-BC; Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN; Erik PorfeliPhD; Emily Martini, MS 

UNIVERSITYThe Ohio State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This roundtable discussion will explore interprofessional practice that focuses on moving from a sick health care model to a well care model using existing resources and graduate students. The Million Hearts Clinic, an exemplar of this model, will be highlighted and discussed. 

Exploring a New Approach to Examining the Relationship Between Interprofessional Education and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice2019-08-19T15:58:59+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Tracy Christopherson, MS, BAS, RRT; Anthony Breitbach, PhD, ATC; Michelle Troseth, MSN, RN, RNAP, FAAN 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University, Saint Louis University, Missing Logic, LLC 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Achieving and maintaining the positive outcomes of IPE and ICP is the dual accountability of academic and practice leaders. Collaborative partnerships, new ways of thinking and assessing IPE and ICP are necessary to examine current IPE and ICP realities and advance and sustain both IPE and ICP simultaneously. 

Patient Engagement in Education and Practice Improvement: Sharing Success Stories2019-08-19T15:55:30+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Marie-Claude Vanier, B.Pharm., M.ScIsabelle Simard, CPA, CA, MBA; Annie Descoteaux 

UNIVERSITY: Université de Montréal 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Patient engagement is a powerful mean to improve relevance and quality of healthcare providers’ training and healthcare system efficiency. This round-table discussion will allow networking with persons interested in patient engagement and sharing of experience with patients’ engagement in IPE curriculum or in care and services improvement initiatives. 

IPE Faculty Development Programs: Lessons Learned from a DPT Mixed Method Delphi Study2019-08-19T15:54:07+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Cheryl Babin, PT, DHS, MHA, C.A.G.S. 

UNIVERSITY: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: PT faculty development hasn’t kept pace with IPE and IPC creating a gap in research-based approaches. This presentation will share consensus responses from a mixed method Delphi design that address IPE faculty development models/programs and highlight how these results can be applied to faculty development for all health professions. 

9:00 AM Opening Keynote Address
10:45 AM
Crossroads and Oceans: Development and Sustainability of Cross-Institutional Partnerships for Advancing IPE2019-08-19T15:28:14+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 1

AUTHORS: Anne Hill, PhD; Teresa Quinlan, BOccThy; Ivy Oandasan, MD, CCFP, MHSc, FCFP; Belinda Vilhena, MEd, BSc; Neil Cottrell, PhD, MSc, BSc(Hons); Sarah Roberts-Thomson, PharmD; Mandy Lowe, MSc, OTReg(Ont); Amelia Stuckey, BA(Psych)(Hons) 

UNIVERSITY: The University of Queensland, University of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Successful cross-institutional partnerships maximize opportunities to embed interprofessional education and practice into health professional academic and clinical curricula. This workshop will explore key enablers and competencies to effectively develop and sustain cross-institutional collaboration within and across countries. Lessons learned may facilitate expansion of such collaborations across a range of contexts 

Development and Implementation of Synchronous Interprofessional Education Activities Integrating Distance Learners2019-08-19T15:28:04+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 2

AUTHORS: Kathleen Packard, PharmD, MS, BCPS, AACC, FNAP; Kimberly Begley, PharmD; Lindsay Iverson, DNP, APRN-NP, ACNP-BC; Mandy Kirkpatrick, PhD, RN; Amy Pick, PharmD, BCOP; Ann Ryan Haddad, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Creighton University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional teams improve patient outcomes. Accreditation guidelines emphasize the need for health professions students to work collaboratively. Yet, there are many barriers to providing robust, authentic, and patient-centered IPE. This workshop will teach participants to plan, conduct, and assess synchronous IPE activities with distance and on-campus learners using web-based technology. 

Interprofessional Collaborative Scholarship – Translating Ideas into Action – AIHC Scholarship Committee Developmental Workshop2019-08-19T15:27:53+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 3

AUTHORS: Anthony Breitbach, Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP; Devin Nickol, MD; Gail M. Jensen, PhD, PT, FAPTA, FNAP; Loretta Nunez, MA, Au.D., CCC-A/SLP, ASHA Fellow, FNAP; Diane Bridges, PhD 

UNIVERSITYSaint Louis University, Indiana University, University of Nebraska, Creighton University, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop equips participants with successful strategies for producing collaborative scholarship which add compelling knowledge about/to the field and that advances their career development. It will introduce health professionals/scholars to implementation science and standards of scholarship that engages participants in an application exercise modeling this process. 

Interprofessional Practice and Education: Uncovering What Works, For Whom, in What Circumstances, in which Respects and Why? The Potential of Realist Evaluation2019-08-19T15:27:41+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 4

AUTHORS: Barbara Maxwell, PT, DPT, PT, MSc, Cert THE, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: A.T. Still University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop identifies complex issues in evaluating the impact of interprofessional activities. Introducing realist evaluation which addresses complexity by asking what works, for whom, in which circumstances, in which respects, and why? Workshop participants will gain hands-on experience in applying realist concepts to addressing these questions. 

Collaborative Leadership: A Journey in its Clarity and Testing2019-08-19T15:27:32+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Carole Orchard, BSN, MEd, EdD; Margot Rykhoff, RN, BScN, MA(Ed.); Erin Sinclair, BSN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Western Ontario, University of New Brunswick/Humber College 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: While collaborative leadership has long been touted as a competency domain for IPC, little work has been done to date on what it comprises and how it can be assessed. This symposium will both present work done and provide an interactive opportunity to discuss how to move efforts further forward 

Leaders Make Connections: Educating Faculty to Educate Students in Systems Thinking Across Disciplines2019-08-19T15:27:23+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Karen Clark, PhD, RN; Patricia Westerman, PhD; Mary Lang, MBA; Diane L. Alonso, PhD; Elizabeth K. Brunn, M.S. Ed., JD; Ann Hoffmann, DNP, RN, CPN, CNE 

UNIVERSITY: University of Maryland, Bowie State University, Universities at Shady Grove 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The symposium underscores the value of commonalities across disciplines, highlighting the necessity for developing more interdisciplinary/interprofessional programs. As such, educating faculty to embrace 21st century educational theories and to assimilate more in-depth understanding and usage of systems thinking principles in their teaching is critical for new graduates entering the workforce. 

Advancing Collaborative Competency Integration into Uni-professional Curricula: Learning from Various Models of IPE Delivery2019-08-19T15:27:12+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORS: Slyvia Langlois, MScOT; Amy Blue, PhD; John Tegzes, MA, VMD, DABVT; Sharla King, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toronto, University of Florida, Western University, University of Alberta 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This symposium explores the various institutional approaches used, and their impacts, to integrate IPE learning within uni-professional program contexts. IPE educators from institutions with different models of integration will present their approaches. Attendees will learn how to adapt integration within types of institutional cultures 

Structured Interprofessional Bedside Rounds (SIBR): A Critical and Interactive Symposium to Discuss a Promising Model of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice2019-08-19T15:26:57+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Erin Blakeney, PhD, RN; Brenda Zierler, PhD, RN, FAAN; Elizabeth K. Tanner, PhD, RN, FAAN; Genevieve Beaird, PhD, RNC-OB, CNE; Rachel Marie E. Salas, MD, MEdHP; John Dent, MD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Washington, John Hopkins, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Virginia Health System 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interested in structured interprofessional bedside rounding (SIBR) models? Join us to engage in dialogue about the model and known outcomes, while fostering connections among those working in this space. Identifying key SIBR components, as well as implementation trends, gaps in knowledge, and research priorities will be key to the discussion. 

Training Health Professionals to Be Instructors of Interprofessional Practice: A Novel Approach2019-08-19T15:26:46+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Rachel Jantea, MD; Victoria Hornyak, DPT, GCS, MS; Rosemary Hoffmann PhD, RN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Pittsburgh 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Almost all measures improved. Increased IP instructor skill use suggests IPE-specific teaching is a new skill that improves with training. Self-rated competencies were higher than reflected in baseline skill use, indicating a disconnect between confidence and competence. This study highlights the need for formal training for IPE instructors 

Guidelines to Support Faculty Development for Effective Interprofessional Debriefing2019-08-19T15:26:33+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Dawn Taylor Peterson, PhD; Allison Shorten, PhD, MS, RN. RM, FACM, FAAN 

UNIVERSITY: The University of Alabama at Birmingham 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Facilitating interprofessional debriefings requires considerable planning and training. This session will review the important components of planning and implementing interprofessional debriefings in your programs to include the development of learning objectives, implementation logistics, debriefing training, and an effective structure for interprofessional debriefing. 

More Than a Picture in a Frame: Artfully Designing Inter-Institutional IPE using the T.E.A.M. Reporting Tool2019-08-19T15:25:18+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Susan Bruce, PharmD; Madalynn Wendland, PT 

UNIVERSITY: Northeast Ohio Medical University, Cleveland State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Inter-institutional interprofessional education (IPE) requires an artful approach to ensure alignment to institutional strategic plans while capitalizing on available resources and assets. The T.E.A.M. Reporting Tool (TRT) can enhance interprofessional communication, combating differences in institutional cultures and helping develop a shared vision for how to sustain inter-institutional IPE endeavors 

Technologies, Interprofessional Networking and Patient Partnership Approach: 3 Musketeers2019-08-19T15:25:06+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORSAudrey Raynault, PhD; Isabelle Brault, PhD; Thierry Karsenti, MA, M.Ed, PhD 

UNIVERSITYUniversité de Montréal 

PROGRAM SYNOPSISThis doctoral study aims to understand how IPE teams collaborate (online & f2f), and identify the competencies employed as they relate to the competencies framework for collaborative practice and patient partnership. Results show that the combination of technologies, interprofessional work and patient partnership proves to be 3 musketeers. 

“Everyone is a Teacher”: Multi-Site Feasibility Study of a Clinic-Based Interprofessional Assessment Tool2019-08-19T15:25:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: India C. King, PhD; Amber K. Fisher, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Washington, Institution Boise VAMC 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We will present the development of the IP-CAT and results from a seven-site implementation and feasibility study. The IP-CAT was created with a foundation of interprofessional competencies shared by health care training programs to fill a gap in exiting trainee evaluation information and have a low data collection/response burden. 

Breaking Bad News: An Interprofessional Simulation with Chaplaincy Students and Emergency Medicine Residents2019-08-19T15:24:53+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Dylan Cooper, MD; Julie Poore, DNP, RN, CHSE; Karen Schroedle, BA, CHSE; Greg Hasty, BS, CHSE, CHSOS 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University Health 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Ensuring health professional students are collaborating in a care team is extremely vital as educators prepare learners for the healthcare environment in which quality and safety are the highest priority. This session will describe a novel interprofessional simulation with chaplaincy and emergency medicine residents working together to break bad news. 

Longitudinal Integration of Themed Curriculum Content Using Interprofessional Teaching and Practice Methodology2019-08-19T15:24:46+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Kathryn Neill, PharmD; Wendy Ward, PhD, ABPP 

UNIVERSITY: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation will share processes and results for longitudinal incorporation of centralized theme learning objectives (PFCC, ethics, mental health disparities, oral health, immunization therapy) developed by collaborative stakeholders in a three-phase Quadruple Aim IPE curriculum, including key successes and lessons learned 

Health Coaching and Interprofessional Education: Learning Together for Better Patient Outcomes2019-08-19T15:24:41+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Kristen Rundell, MD; Camilla Curren, MD; Cindy Anderson, PhD, APRN-RN, FAAN; Margaret Graham, PhD, FNP, PNP 

UNIVERSITY: The Ohio State University College of Medicine 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A cohort of advanced practice nursing students and first year medical student volunteers completed a requisite course in Health Coaching. The curriculum involves self-study modules, a formative OSCE, and subsequent meetings with a volunteer patient. The OSCE and coaching meetings were done in nursing/medicine student pairings 

Mission Possible: Developing a Longitudinal Curriculum for 29 Academic Programs Across Eight Colleges2019-08-19T15:24:31+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Denise Gaffigan Bender, PT, J.D., M.Ed; Lin Goldston, MHA, CPHQ; Margaret Robinson, M.Ed; David Kelley, M.D.; Terrie Fritz, LCSW, MSW 

UNIVERSITY: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Allied Health 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The seemingly impossible task of establishing a strategic and organized interprofessional curriculum plan to all learners at a comprehensive academic health center can be successfully met through a structured curriculum plan. This project exemplifies the importance of establishing a menu structure designed to meet accreditation standards while measuring educational outcomes. 

Practice Makes Perfect: Evolution of an Interprofessional Critical Care Simulation Experience2019-08-19T15:24:23+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Kelly Lockeman, PhD; Tanya Huff, RN, MSN, CCRN, CCNS, CNE; Shelly Orr, PhD, RN, CNE; Alan Dow, MD, MSHA 

UNIVERSITY: Virginia Commonwealth University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: ICCS provides an example of iterative improvement to create and maintain a valued interprofessional experience. The story of how this has been accomplished, what has been learned, and what challenges still remain can benefit educators working to develop and improve their own interprofessional offerings. 

Use of Planning and Placement Team Meeting Simulation to Teach Interprofessional Collaboration in a School Based Setting and Beyond2019-08-19T15:24:17+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Courtney Richards, OTD, OTR/L; Julie Booth, PT, DPT, PCS; Laura Mutrie, MSW, LCSW 

UNIVERSITY: Quinnipiac University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The presentation focuses on an interprofessional low-fidelity simulation of a PPT meeting in the school environment intended to broaden the scope of interprofessional healthcare experiences. The presenters provide data about the student learning experience. The unique value of including the school setting in interprofessional experiences is highlighted. 

Assessing Pre-Licensure Collaborative Competencies: The Implementation and Evaluation of the Simulated Team Consultation Exercise Education2019-08-19T15:24:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Adam Reid, BA, MAPS; Julia TraheyB.Med.Sci, M.D , FRCPC; Tanis Adey, BMedSc, MD, FRCPC; Mary Bursey, BN, M.Sc.(N); Jeannette Byrne, B.ScM.Sc, PhD; Chelsey McPhee, MAPS; Paula Mullins, RN; Katherine Stringer, MD; Olga Heath, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Memorial University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Simulated Team Interprofessional Consultation Exercise (STICE) was developed and piloted at Memorial University to assess pre-licensure health/social care learner teams’ collaborative competencies. Evaluation results from learners and team facilitators suggest this STICE can serve as an assessment model for other programs that feature consistent , longitudinal team-based IPE learning. 

Using Simulation to Prepare Interprofessional Students for Managing Multiple Patients in Hospital Settings Including Individuals with Dementia-specific Behaviors2019-08-19T15:23:59+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Robin BonifasPh.D;  Hailee Lauritzen, MSW, LSW; Diane VanCleave, PhD, MSSW, LCSW/LMFT, ACSW; Laura Livingston, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation features an interprofessional simulation with three aims: 1) to prepare students for challenges associated with caring for multiple patients simultaneously, 2) to sensitize them to the needs of hospitalized individuals who have Alzheimer’s dementia, and 3) to promote effective collaboration in balancing patients’ numerous health and safety needs. 

Exploring the Crossroads of Collaboration, Awareness, and Empathy Through an IPE Dementia Sensitivity Experience2019-08-19T16:07:42+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: 305

AUTHORSKaryn Sullivan, PharmD, MPH, RPh; Cheryl Babin, PT,DHS, MHA, CAGS; Janelle Herren, PharmD, RPh, MSE 

UNIVERSITY: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A dementia sensitivity experience is a valuable strategy to enhance student’s attitudes and empathic feelings towards patients with dementia. Working in interprofessional teams, students “experienced” dementia in daily living and collaborated on dementia-based scenarios. Statistically significant results support the value of this interprofessional learning experience 

Evolving the Interprofessional Education Leaders Network: How Structure and Process Changes Enhanced Connection & Enabled Outcomes among 13 Hospitals and a University2019-08-19T15:23:42+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Lindsay Beavers, PT, MPT, BSc.Kin; Sabrina Bartlett, M.EdB.Ed;  Elizabeth McLaney, MEd, BScOT, BA; Robyn Davies, BHScPTMAppSc; Tracy PaulenkoBScPT, MSc;  Dean Lising, PT, BScBioBscPTMHSc; Angela Corpuz, MEd, BScOT, BA 

UNIVERSITY: St Michael’s Hospital, Unity Health Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Interprofessional Education Leaders Network (IPELN) is an interprofessional collective of leaders from academia, teaching hospitals and other interested parties from across the province. Originally an informal community of practice, the IPELN has successfully made purposeful structural and process changes to allow for evolution into a formal leadership network. 

Integrating Student and Resident Education into a Multidisciplinary Transgender Clinic2019-08-19T15:23:35+00:00

TRACK:  Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Patrick Tiffany; Kenneth Ndife; Janine Fogel, MD; Juan Carlos Venis, MD, MPH 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Eskenazi Transgender Health and Wellness program is a multidisciplinary program that implements medical student and resident teaching into clinic activities to improve LGBTQ+ health education and patient care. This presentation will have accounts of faculty and learners who have worked in the program and discussion/challenges about implementing similar programs. 

IPECP Expansion to a Distant, Rural Campus: Leadership Considerations for a Systematic Process2019-08-19T15:23:29+00:00

TRACK:  Leadership 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Teresa Cochran, PT, DPT, MA, GCS, FNAP; Tessa Wells, DPT, PT, CEEAA, GCS; Stephanie Burge, DNP, MSN, APRN- BC, FNP; Chris Jackson, EdD; Ellie Miller, BS, RT(R)(CT), RDMS, RVT 

UNIVERSITY: University of Nebraska Medical Center – Kearney 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Expansion of interprofessional education and practice experiences to a rural, distant campus is predicated on deliberate, systematic planning and resource acquisition for effective course delivery and successful programmatic outcomes. This administrative case report describes areas of critical consideration for faculty and administrators when expanding IPECP programs. 

In Their Own Words: A Study of How Providers Experienced Interprofessionalism During the Development of an Interprofessional Practice…….and How That Should Influence What We Teach Our Students2019-08-19T15:23:20+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Catherine Gierman-Riblon, DSc, MEd, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation will share case study research results related to how clinicians experienced interprofessionalism as they developed and launched an interprofessional (IP) pain management practice. It will also discuss how one university used the results from this study to impact how they teach pre-professional health professions students about IP teamwor

Bridging the Gap 2.0: An Innovative Interprofessional Clinical Education (IPCE) Model to Train Health Professions Students for Future Interprofessional Collaborative Practice2019-08-19T15:23:07+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: April Newton, PT, DPT, MA, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A framework for interprofessional clinical education (IPCE) experiences for health professions students and providers is presented as a unique educational encounter using simulated standardized patient videos. Students experience interprofessional teamwork, communication, and decision-making. The framework merges practice and education for students to apply their knowledge and skills to patient-centered care 

Interprofessional Continuing Education and Interprofessional Practice- How a Unique, Collaborative Team is Making a Difference2019-08-19T15:23:01+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Sandra Behrens, RN, MBA; Jennifer Hippie, MSW, LCSW; Ron Donahue, BA, and Rondi Wightman, MSW, LCSW, CADC, CDP 

UNIVERSITY: Purdue University Northwest, Indiana University Northwest 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: What do a response to the zombie apocalypse, school safety, and addressing opioid use have in common? They are a few of the continuing education events these co-presenters have organized for professionals. This group of community partners is committed to ongoing interprofessional education. Their experiential session will leave you inspired. 

Adopting an (Inter)Professional Identity at the Crossroads of Specialization: A Decade of Residency Personal Statements as Indicators of IP Culture Change2019-08-19T15:22:53+00:00

TRACK: Policy 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Tom G. Smith, PhD  

UNIVERSITY: Medical University of South Carolina 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Using quantitative linguistics, this work analyzes 10 years of personal written to apply for residency. The timespan coincided with an IPE initiative, and text patterns suggest a cultural shift evident in these texts written by students seeking to specialize, a purpose not likely to engender strong IP values accidentally. 

Using IPE to Explore Ethical Issues in Pediatric Rehabilitation Care2019-08-19T15:22:44+00:00

TRACK: Policy 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORSDolly Menna-Dack, MHSc; Darlene Hubley, MScCHBScOT, OT Reg. 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital ethics service is dedicated to helping client and family well-being and organizational integrity. An Interprofessional Education model was used to create a mechanism for students and trainees to explore ethical issues in paediatric rehabilitation care through case-based learning. 

Blending Collaborative Practice: Professional Development Policy for Primary Health Care2019-08-19T15:21:52+00:00

TRACKPolicy 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Melanie Garrison, MEd 

UNIVERSITY: University of Alberta 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The emergence of team-based primary health care demands professional development policies and programs for collaboration. Blended learning approaches (online and in-person) integrate and optimize collaborative practice within primary health care while providing strategies to address barriers, evolve knowledge to practice, and create meaningful interprofessional learning to improve patient quality care. 

Experiential Just-in-Time Curriculum for Early Learner Student Teams in Clinical Settings2019-08-19T16:08:47+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Ellen Luebbers, MD; Catherine Demko, PhD; Scott Wilkes, PhD, JD; Carol Savrin, RN, DNP; Prabalini Rajendram, MD; Kris Semrad 

UNIVERSITY: Case Western Reserve University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We present a Just-in-Time interprofessional team-skills experiential curriculum utilizing an observational tool for learning and assessment, reflective learning, and formative feedback by coaches. The curricular program can be utilized for any interprofessional experience that contains authentic patient/client tasks that require the students to work together as a team. 

11:45 AM Networking Lunch / Lunchtime Keynote
1:15 PM
CPR Camp: Training Emerging Student Leaders2019-08-19T15:57:08+00:00

TRACK: Leadership  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Shelley Ferrin, MA 

UNIVERSITY: University of Kentucky 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIShCATS (health Colleges Advancing Team Skills) CPR Camp (cultivating practices for resilience) worked to promote mental health and self-care awareness practices that: reduce stress, increase resilience and decrease burnout. Students and faculty will develop an understanding of the positive impact these practices can have for them, their team and patients. 

Psychological Safety Fosters High Performing Teams: A Focus on Leadership in an Academic Health Sciences Centre2019-08-19T16:09:09+00:00

TRACK: Leadership  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Isabella Chang, Elizabeth McLaney, MEd, BScOT; Emily Stairs, OT; Lina Gagliardi, MSW;  Tracey DasGupta, MSN, BScN; Christopher Townsend,  Estella Tse, OT; Kyle Stayner, Dawn Ashman 

UNIVERSITY: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Feeling safe to be able to speak up within a team is likely an experience any healthcare team member can recall. Our academic health sciences centre developed an experiential learning module focused on the skill development of leaders to consistently model psychological safety and foster psychologically safe environments. 

Indiana Medicaid Community Health Workers: A Community Health Integration Program2019-08-19T16:09:29+00:00

TRACK: Policy 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Hannah Burney, MPH; Kayla Allen-Brown, MA 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana Medicaid 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The purpose of the Community Health Integration project is to reduce health disparities, enhance provider communication, and improve health outcomes throughout Indiana Medicaid. Indiana hopes to achieve this goal by focusing on Community Health Workers (CHW). CHWs promote population health by facilitating the prevention, management, and treatment of chronic conditions. 

Crossroads of Collaboration: The Emergence of New Organizational Structures and Networks to Advance Interprofessional Practice and Education (IPE)2019-08-19T15:59:45+00:00

TRACK: Policy 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Teri Kennedy, PhD, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, FGSA, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: The University of Kansas Medical Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study explores the emergence of new organizational structures and networks that have emerged within academic institutions and between market, state, and higher education sectors in the U.S. in response to rapid advances in interprofessional practice and education (IPE) and related strategies employed by academic institutions advancing the IPE enterprise. 

Interdisciplinary Group Education Classes for Chronic Conditions in Primary Care Settings2019-08-19T16:09:53+00:00

TRACKPractice  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Jessica Triboletti, PharmD, BCACP, BC-ADM, CDE 

UNIVERSITYEskenazi Health 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Chronic conditions such as hypertension and diabetes affect the lives of many while incurring cost to the healthcare system. The purpose of group education programs at Eskenazi Health is to engage a multidisciplinary team to provide interactive, tailored, and meaningful education to participants while improving health outcomes through interdisciplinary care. 

Interprofessional Education in the Real World: Creating a Foundation for Success in a Patient’s Medical Home2019-08-19T15:52:26+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Dana Turcotte, PhD, Rph Amanda Condon, MD. CCFP  

UNIVERSITY: University of Manitoba 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Community based primary care is well situated to provide authentic clinical interprofessional learning experiences for students across health professions. Established foundations – including physical space/co-location, frequent team meetings, regular case discussion, shared learning opportunities, quality improvement activities and patient-focused referral/case management – contribute to authentic interprofessional primary care learning experiences. 

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Preventing Retained Surgical Items with the Use of Augmented-Reality2019-08-19T15:47:15+00:00

TRACKPractice  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Sasha Voznyuk, BSN; Hana Mehdic, BSN; Manu Gill, BSc, MSN; Christopher NguanMD; Robert Rohling, P.EngB.A.Sc, M.Eng. , Ph.DRohit Singla, MD, PhD; Connor Forbes, MD 

UNIVERSITY: British Columbia Institute of Technology 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This project is an interdisciplinary collaborative effort between biomedical engineering, surgery, and nursing to develop and integrate a computer-assisted system for surgical item counts. It has the potential to ensure patient safety by reducing retained surgical items, and enhance nursing practice through improvements in workflow and efficiency. 

A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Decreasing Time to Analgesia in Pediatric Vaso-occlusive Crisis2019-08-19T15:46:50+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Leon Rosenberg, DO; Tyler Arnold, MD; Sean Thompson, MD;  Seethal Jacob, MD;  Heather Saavedra, MD; Brian Wagers, MD; Stephen C, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSISVaso-occlusive crises account for a majority of ED visits in pediatric patients with sickle cell disease. Using a multi-disciplinary pathway our goal is to have 75% of pediatric patients with sickle cell disease receive first dose of analgesia with 30 minutes of triage based on the new NHBLI guidelines. 

A 21st Century Approach to Addressing the Opioid Crisis at the Local Level: Using Data and Novel Technologies to Save Lives2019-08-19T15:45:22+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORSCris Henderson, MA, MPHcEric Yazel, MD  

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Sharing data between community partners, Clark County, Indiana developed a novel response plan that utilizes data driven technologies mobilizing resources to address the opiate epidemic in their community. Combined with direct delivery of Narcan trained laypersons, overdose patients receive rapid, potentially life-saving treatment. This is an effective and reproducible model. 

Interprofessional POP (Pet Owner and Pet) Care: Turning Sick Care into Well Care for Homebound Older Adults and their Pets2019-08-19T15:52:43+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN; Laurie Millward, DVM, MS, DACVP; Holly Dabelko-Schoeny, PhD, MSW 

UNIVERSITY: The Ohio State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation will describe interprofessional POP (Pet Owner and Pet) Care, an innovative educational and professional practice model that is delivering care to homebound older adults with chronic conditions and their pets. Outcomes and lessons learned from POP care will be highlighted. 

A Successful Partnership of Practice and Knowledge Translation to Create Evidence-Based Interprofessional Standards of Care2019-08-19T15:47:08+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Kim Krog, RN, BScN; Joanne Wincentak, OT, MSc, OT Reg. Ont.; Heidi Schwellnus, PhD; Ashleigh Townley, MA; Shauna Kingsnorth, PhD; Nancy Searl, John Kooy, D.D.S 

UNIVERSITY: Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Through a partnership of Collaborative Practice and Evidence to Care teams, we have created a process to enhance the development of standards of care that reflect both the current best available evidence, the clinical expertise of our providers, and the valuable lived experience of our clients and families. 

Perspectives of Practicing Pharmacists Towards Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice in Qatar2019-08-19T16:10:17+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORSAlla El-Awaisi, MPharm, MRPharmS, MSc 

UNIVERSITY: College of Pharmacy, Qatar University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Healthcare is provided by a variety of different professionals, including pharmacists who are integral members of the team, and all are expected to work collaboratively to provide quality care. This study employed mixed method design to explore the perspectives of practising pharmacists towards interprofessional education and collaborative practice in Qatar. 

Using a Multidisciplinary LEAN Team to Reduce Left Without Being Seen2019-08-19T15:51:03+00:00

TRACK: Practice  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Tyler Arnold, MD; Cory Showalter, MD; Heather Kelker, MD; Nettie Wilson, Natalie Zipper, Nick Hogan, Lauren Buenger, PharmD; Elizabeth Weinstein, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Patients who leave without being seen (LWBS) in the emergency department create a safety concern. In this study, we looked at variables that correlated best with the LWBS. We then formed a multi-disciplinary team to make recommendations to improve our LWBS rate. Next, we will implement these recommendations. 

Impact of Communication Disabilities on Health: Crossroads for Collaboration with Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists on Healthcare Teams2019-08-19T16:10:39+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Lynn Williams, Ph.D, CCC-SLP, ASHA; Loretta Nunez, M.A, AuD, CCC-A/SLP, ASHA; Janet KoehnkePh.D, CCC-A 

UNIVERSITYEast Tennessee State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Significant disparities in health and healthcare delivery occur among patients with communication disabilities. While audiologists and speech-language pathologists are important members of healthcare teams with these patients, survey results identified opportunities for them to engage more and take leadership roles on healthcare teams, including teaching effective communication strategies. 

Using Film and Literature to Promote Inter-Professional Skills to Enhance Patient-Provider Communication2019-08-19T15:51:07+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Nina Markovic, BSDH, MS, PhD; Rosemary Hoffman, PhD, RN, CNL 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Pittsburgh 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We present on experiences and lessons learned while using literature and film in an interprofessional course to develop students understanding of the patient-practitioner experience. 

Developing Interprofessional Education Outcomes Using Co-Curricular Community Health Clinics for Underserved Populations2019-08-19T15:59:57+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Therese Poirier, PharmD, MPH, FASHP, FCCP, BCPS  

UNIVERSITYSouthern Illinois University Edwardsville 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A pedagogical model for enhancing interprofessional collaboration using theories of experiential learning was used. Student perceptions related to understanding of roles and responsibilities, and teamwork and collaboration were enhanced. The quality of the learning was documented to be of high value using principles of experiential learning. 

Assessing Students’ Perceptions of Interprofessional Collaborative Competencies – Setting the Stage for Providing Exceptional Care2019-08-19T15:47:34+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Janna Kucharski-Howard, PT, DPT, MSM; Cheryl Babin, PT, DHS, MHA, CAGS; Nicole Dettmann, DSc, MPH, PA C; Catherine Carroca, RN, MSN 

UNIVERSITY: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional collaboration and training enhances the practice of healthcare students. Creating IPE opportunities allows healthcare students to have a better understanding of other disciplines and value collaborative team-based skills with the goal of providing exceptional patient care in their future clinical practice. 

Seniors Assisting in Interprofessional Education of Student Healthcare Teams2019-08-19T15:50:21+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Jada L. Stevenson, Ph.D.; Diane Hawley, RN; Lyn Dart, PhD, RD, LD; Lynn Jackson, MSW, Ph.D; Jennifer Watson, Ph.D.; Janice Knebl, DO; Neika Saville, MEd 

UNIVERSITY: Texas Christian University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Seniors Assisting in Geriatric Education (SAGE) Program is aimed at increasing students’ early exposure to geriatrics. More than 1200 students (representing eight disciplines from three institutions) participated. Outcomes suggest significant student learning following experiences that include completing assignments as an interprofessional team in the homes of elderly community members. 

Communication Between Professions for the Transition of Patient Care2019-08-19T15:57:03+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORSCynthia Cunningham, RN; Alyse Metz, Angela Liang, Shala Cunningham, PT, PhD, DPT  

UNIVERSITY: Radford University Clinical Simulation Centers 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study explored health care students’ perceptions regarding the communication of essential information for the care of a patient following participation in a geriatric interprofessional community health simulation experience. The four themes discovered support the importance of understanding professional roles and a lack of standardization for patient assessment and handoffs. 

Interprofessional Education: A Controlled Trial of a Shared-Learning Skills Simulation Between RN & OT Students2019-08-19T15:52:31+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Julie Spencer, DNP, RN, CDE 

UNIVERSITY: Barnes-Jewish College 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Quasi-experimental, four-group study comparing transfers/bed mobility/ positioning knowledge, professional role knowledge, and attitude toward IPE between RN and OT students participating in either a case-based IPE simulation activity or profession-specific education. Results were significant in the IPE group for overall knowledge, role knowledge, and attitude, which can improve patient outcomes. 

Occupational Therapy and Engineering Collaboration: Designing Custom Orthosis for Enhanced Patient Outcomes2019-08-19T15:53:19+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Erin Peterson, DHSc, OTR, CHT; David Olawale, PhD, PMP; Stephen Spicklemire, PhD; Najmus Saqib, PhD; Joseph Herzog, PhD; Renny Fernandez, PhD; George Ricco, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Indianapolis 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Engineering students from the University of Indianapolis collaborated with an occupational therapist to design an improved custom-fabricated wrist orthosis for patient use. Six novel designs were tested to determine if requirements were met. The final design was tested against current industry-standard and determined to be more comfortable during wear. 

IPE Initiatives in Canadian Schools of Nursing2019-08-19T15:52:56+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Kathryn Hayward, MN; Kelly Lackie, PhD, RN, CCNSE; Sheri Price, PhD; Lori Weeks, PhD; Shauna Houk, BScN, MN, RN; Erna Snelgrove-Clarke, RN,PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Dalhousie University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Delivery and evaluation of Canadian nursing IPE curriculum was explored. IPE Champions, students and accreditation requirements are driving implementation of IPE. Scheduling challenges, lack of support and clear role expectations provide barriers to implementation. Collaboration and support at all levels is required to facilitate successful translation of IPE best practices. 

HLTH1000; Evaluating a First Year Interprofessional Experience for 14 Pre-Professional Undergraduate Programs2019-08-19T16:11:42+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Norman Ng, PhD; Neil Cottrell, PhD, M.Sc.; Sarah Roberts-Thomson, PhD, BSP 

UNIVERSITY: University of Queensland 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study reports on the successful introduction and evaluation of HLTH1000 Professions, People and Healthcare, at The University of Queensland. HLTH1000 is an interprofessional experience integrated into the curricula of 14 pre-professional undergraduate programs and has been delivered in 2017 and 2018 to 2350 first-year allied health students. 

Interprofessional Education: Current State in Psychology Training2019-08-19T15:52:35+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Amy Williams, PhD; Wendy Ward, PhD, ABPP, FAPA; Katherine Lamparyk, PsyD; William N. Robiner, PhD, ABPP; Heather Bruschwein, PhD  

UNIVERSITY: Henry Ford Health System, University of Arkansas, Cleveland Clinic, University of Minnesota 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: IPE prepares the next generation of health professionals for collaborative, team-based care. This study identifies the nature and extent to which research is being undertaken regarding IPE in psychology. There is limited involvement of psychologists in IPE and need for greater involvement of psychology in IPE. 

Pedagogical Pillars of an Interprofessional Curriculum: About, From, and With… but HOW to Implement Contemporary and Effective Interprofessional Education and Learning2019-08-19T18:07:21+00:00

TRACK: Education

AUTHORS: Leslie Woltenberg, PhD; Madeline Aulisio, MPH; Stacy Taylor, PharmD, MHA, BCPS

UNIVERSITY: University of Kentucky 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Stakeholders, learning objectives, engagement, technology, and evaluation are five pedagogical pillars for effective and contemporary interprofessional curriculum. These pillars enable and support IPE whereby learners gain the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary for interprofessional collaboration. This five-year study provides elements that may be applied to both emerging and existing programs. 

Institution-Wide Program to Facilitate Interprofessionalism Amongst Healthcare Provider Students2019-08-19T16:13:22+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Salah Dajani, MD, MSc; Lori Thuente, PhD, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: RFUMS has developed an interprofessional education program that allows students to complete a series of objectives aimed towards improving interprofessional exposure. During this program students are guided to work with colleagues in other healthcare disciplines, thus preparing them for interprofessional teamwork throughout their career. 

Using a Mixed Methods Approach to Explore Perceptions of Early Learners in Classroom-Based Interprofessional Education Experiences2019-08-19T15:50:58+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Abigale T. Matulewicz, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Virginia Commonwealth University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study examines data from pre-clinical students in two interprofessional courses. Attitude changes were captured using the SPICE-R2 survey while reflections were qualitatively analyzed. Results showed positive attitudes toward interprofessional education and evidence of learning reflected in five themes: communication/feedback, interprofessional attitudes, interprofessional behaviors, professional identity and health systems. 

Student and Faculty Perceptions of Faculty IPE Facilitation Skills in an IPE course: How Do They Compare?2019-08-19T15:50:25+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Cynthia Beel-Bates, PhD 

UNIVERSITYGrand Valley State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Over six semesters, 644 baccalaureate survey and master students from five health professions and 14 faculty from seven disciples completed the IPFS as a perception survey. On average, faculty rated themselves higher than the students rated them. Tailored faculty development activities to reinforce facilitation skills and provide support are recommended. 

Enhancing Nursing Student Self-Perceptions of Role Communication Through the use of High-Fidelity Simulation: Initial Findings2019-08-19T15:58:44+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Alison Davis, PhD, RN, CHSE; Tina Gunaldo, PhD, DPT, MHS 

UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A pre-post test, non-equivalent control group design examined undergraduate nursing students’ perceptions and knowledge of the role of the respiratory therapist (RT) during an obstetric emergency high-fidelity simulation experience. Results indicated differences in student knowledge as compared to self-perception of his/her ability to communicate the role of a RT. 

Emotions and Empathy During End of Life Care: Student Perceptions on an Interprofessional Symposium2019-08-19T15:58:41+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: E. Adel Herge, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA; Richard Hass, PhD; Amber King, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An interactive, interprofessional symposium that begins to prepare healthcare students for providing compassionate care to individuals during end of life care is described. Students explore emotions and practice empathetic communication skills during the symposium. Student reactions regarding end of life care and the symposium itself are reported. 

Why Spiritual Care Providers are in the Interprofessional Conversation2019-08-19T15:49:56+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: William Gordon, DMin, MDiv, BS 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional healthcare team members are not restricted to those who practice within the physical disciplines. Some team members are better suited to address existential, religious, and spiritual issues, and may prove to be a welcome asset not only to patients and families, but to other healthcare providers themselves. 

Gamifying an Online Course in Building Effective IP Teams2019-08-19T16:13:48+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: William Gordon, DMin, MDiv, BS; Lori Thuente, PhD, RN; Catherine Gierman-Riblon, DSc, MEd, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Immersing the learning and assessment in gaming characteristics empowers learners to shape and control their engagement in learning in new ways. This poster outlines characteristics of gamification for academic courses and provides an example of the migration of one course into this learning environment. 

Leveraging Interprofessional Education to Improve Training for Future Health Professionals in Pain Management, Alternatives to Opioids, and Better Prescribing Practices2019-08-19T15:53:08+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Alex Buchanan, MA; Kelsey Binion, MA; Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: IU is on the frontlines of the opioid epidemic by training health profession learners to use systems perspective to recognize and address opioid addiction through screening, prevention, treatment, harm reduction and effective pain management. This project has created a pain clinic, workshops, community engagement opportunities, and more. 

Widening the Lens for Evaluation of IPE: Student Learning Beyond Collaboration, Cooperation and Communication in an Integrated Care Interprofessional Training Experience2019-08-19T15:50:01+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Elizabeth Kalb, CP, PhD 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Southern Indiana 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poster reviews unexpected but positive findings from a qualitative analysis done as part of an integrated interprofessional grant training project and how these themes also demonstrate learning related to interprofessional collaborative practice 

What are the Choices in Outcome Measures to Evaluate Interprofessional Learning by Health Care Professional Students During Clinical Experiences?2019-08-19T15:49:46+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Diane Connelly, PhD, MScPT, BScPT 

UNIVERSITY: Western University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The purpose of this systematic review was to identify and evaluate the psychometric properties of currently available outcome measures used to provide an objective assessment of interprofessional activities during student clinical placements. 

Seeing Optometry as a Partner in Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Initiatives2019-08-19T15:50:18+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Linda Casser, OD, FAAO, FNAP; Elli Kollbaum, OD, FAAO; 

UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Salus University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Since its establishment, the Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP) has been a very active component of the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry. This presentation will highlight the efforts and projects of the ASCO IPECP Committee and will demonstrate optometry’s value as a partner in interprofessional education. 

Exploring an Alternative Approach to an Active Shooter Response Guideline2019-08-19T15:59:05+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Martha Sexton, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toledo 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study compares a federally endorsed active shooter response guideline “Run, Hide, Fight” with a recently published hospital-based alternative approach, “Secure, Preserve, Fight”. The results call into question the alleged moral obligation of healthcare providers to protect and not abandon their patients. More research is needed to determine the generalizability. 

How an Interprofessional Team Develops and Implements a Grassroots Maternal-Child Health Leadership Program to Address Infant Mortality2019-08-19T16:14:10+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Deborah Stiffler, PhD, RN, CNM; Kelly Evans, Latoya Hale-Tahirou, Vera Moore, Ilene Loper, Naomi Levine, Heather Anderson, Jack Turman, PhD 

UNIVERSITYIndiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The reduction of infant mortality is a top priority in Indiana. Using the social-ecological model, and several different professions, we facilitate the development of Grassroots Maternal-Child Health Leaders to work within communities with high infant mortality to address and reduce maternal-child health risks. 

Study of Attitudes to IPE in the Academic Setting: Based on Survey from Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences (MNUMS) Students.2019-08-19T15:50:36+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORSAzjargal Baatar, MSN, RN, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Mongolian National University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In this study, participants identified personal, rather than systemic, factors as being more important in causing interprofessional conflict. This suggests that strengthening IPE educational programs could be as effective in resolving interprofessional conflicts as improving hospital collaboration systems. 

Including All Professionals in the Fight to Reduce Opioid Dependency: The Importance of Early Identification and Interprofessional Teamwork2019-08-19T16:14:29+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Amy Blue, PhD; Carol Motycka, PharmD; Lisa Domenico, PhD; Kim Dunelavy, PhD, PT; Amara Estrada, DVM, DACVIM; Venita SposettiDMD; Amanda Ojeda 

UNIVERSITY: University of Florida 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poster presents an interactive interprofessional program to educate students about how all health professions, not only those in the traditional prescriber role, have responsibility for identifying and communicating with each other about patients possibly misusing opioids. Evaluation results indicated students appreciated learning other professions’ viewpoints and collaborative communication strategies. 

An IPECP Toolkit: A Guide to Effective Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Experiences in Optometric Education2019-08-19T15:47:28+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Linda Casser, OD, FAAO, FNAP; John Nishimoto, OD, MBA, FAAO; Elli Kollbaum, OD, FAAO; Melissa Zarn, OD, FAAO; Valerie Quan, OD, FAAO; Richard Madonna, MA, OD, FAAO; Candice Turner, OD; Gary Chu, OD, MPH, FAAO 

UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Salus University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP) Committee of the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry (ASCO) has developed an IPE Toolkit to support effective IPE / CP initiatives in optometric education and to inform other professions about the role of optometry as an IPE / CP collaborator. 

Psychology Trainees’ Perceived Competence in Team Skills and Interprofessional Education Opportunities2019-08-19T15:50:05+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Wendy Ward, PhD, ABPP; Heather Bruschwein, PsyD; Teresa Pan, PhD; James Loveless, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Arkansas 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This survey assessed prevalence of IPE experiences within psychology graduate training and psychology trainees’ perceived competence in team-based collaboration skills across levels of training (students, interns, fellows). Results indicated trainees have increasing exposure to IPE in higher levels of training and quantity of exposure correlated to perception of competence. 

An Interprofessional Approach for Healthcare Students to Address and Understand the Opioid Epidemic2019-08-19T15:47:20+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Patricia Stoddard-Dare, MSW, PhD; Susan Bruce, Madalynn Wendland, PT, DPT, PGS, ATP, GKTP/CKTF; Violet Cox, PhD, CCC-SLP; Kelle DeBoth, PhD, OTR/L 

UNIVERSITY: Cleveland State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An interprofessional experience designed for healthcare students to learn about the opioid epidemic, discipline specific roles, responding appropriately, and local resources was found to effectively increase students’ perceptions of their competency. This presentation will describe the methods, implementation and outcomes of this interprofessional event. 

A Multifaceted Approach to Enhancing Awareness and Development of Faculty With IPE2019-08-19T15:47:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Brian Cross, MD; Mlicia Williams, MA, CSAC; Jodi Polaha, MD; Caroline Abercrombie, MD 

UNIVERSITY: East Tennessee State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A multifaceted approach to faculty awareness and development is central to increasing valid IPE programming within Academic Health Sciences Centers across the United States. Intentional exposure that increases awareness of institutional IPE initiatives leads to improved understanding of institutional IPE goals which leads to a more engaged faculty. 

Vanderbilt Program in Interprofessional Learning (VPIL) & Student Hotspotting: Impact of Interprofessional Learning on Professional Development2019-08-19T15:51:13+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Camellia Koleyni, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Vanderbilt University & Vanderbilt University Medical Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Research being done at Vanderbilt demonstrates the value of interprofessional teamwork & experiential learning. Interviews of VPIL students who were part of Student Hotspotting emphasize the following: collaboration among different professions, advocacy on behalf of patients, and development of empathy for patients with complex care needs. 

Student Leadership in Interprofessional Education: Expanding Opportunities Between Institutions2019-08-19T15:50:30+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: David Lawton, BS; Kevin Li, BS 

UNIVERSITY: University of Rochester 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: CAIPE aims to offer IPE opportunities through a student-led network of healthcare students that spans multiple institutions in the Rochester, NY area. We provide early IPE exposure to students by developing replicable IPE interventions, networking events, and facilitating connections between students for interprofessional projects. 

1:45 PM Networking
2:45 PM
Leadership Development with Clinic Managers in an Ambulatory Care Practice and Nurse Leaders at the University Hospital to Improve Collaboration, Teamwork, and Outcomes2019-08-19T15:43:16+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 1

AUTHORS: David Pole, PhD, MPH 

UNIVERSITY: Saint Louis University  

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Saint Louis University IPE Center Team will introduce attribute and application of Appreciative Inquiry (AI), and skills for effective change management and effective team-building that support IPP. The SLU IPE Team will demonstrate the positive impact of implementing these tools with ambulatory care clinic managers and hospital nurse leaders

Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice in Interprofessional Education Workshop2019-08-19T15:43:36+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 2

AUTHORS: Rami Ahmed, DO, MED; Zachary A. Weber, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, CDE; Brittany Daulton, PhD; Laura Romito, DDS, MS, MBA; Courtney Huynh; Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University, Purdue University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This interactive workshop will describe and demonstrate the concept of rapid cycle deliberate practice. Participants will get an opportunity to work in small groups and practice this novel technique, learn how to incorporate it into their current curriculum, as well as explore research ideas investigating its use. 

IPE Facilitation Skills When Things Go Wrong–A Hands-On Workshop2019-08-19T15:42:52+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 3

AUTHORS: Wendy L. Ward, PhD, ABPP, FAPA; Kathryn Neill, PharmD; Elizabeth A. Kalb, PhD, HSPP, MBA 

UNIVERSITY: University of Arkansas, University of Southern Indiana 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional education requires teams of interprofessional facilitators co-presenting key skills to learners at all levels of learning. Facilitation skills are not innate and should be cultivated. Trainee behaviors that are difficult to manage occasionally occur. Effective facilitation skills should be practiced and developed to ensure delivery of effective IPE events 

Diagnosis: A Team Sport2019-08-19T16:15:04+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 4

AUTHORS: Gloria Grice, PharmD, BCPS; Mark Graber, MD, FACP; Michelle AebersoldPhD, RN, CHSE, FAAN 

UNIVERSITYSt. Louis College of Pharmacy, Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine, University of Michigan 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Diagnostic errors remain a challenge, and traditionally diagnosis has been viewed as a one-provider responsibility. This workshop will provide background on the work done by the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine in redefining how diagnoses should be made and establishing interprofessional competencies for the process for use in education 

Bridging Education and Practice Through Student Hotspotting Complex Care Community Collaboratives2019-08-19T16:15:40+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Kyle Turner, PharmD; Amin Azzam, MD, MA; Tracey EarlandPhD, OTR/L; Tracey Smith, DNP, PHCNS-BC, MS; Jason Turi, ; Troy Andersen, PhD, LCSW 

UNIVERSITY: University of Utah, Samuel Merritt University, Thomas Jefferson University, Southern Illinois University, National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This session highlights the efforts of the Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative members. Presenters will share lessons learned bridging education and practice and provide a model for schools and health care organizations to prepare current and future practitioners to care for complex patients in a value-based system 

An Innovative Approach to a Collaborative Student Run Free Clinic2019-08-19T16:15:58+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Kaylee Thompson; Evan Zehr; Katelyn Gordo; Jenna Parker; Mitch Westberg; Nora Gillam 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University, Butler University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Professional healthcare students have a very unique role within the Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic (IUSOC). Through the involvement of ten different disciplines, the IUSOC is able to provide free services for patients on the eastside of Indianapolis, while also allowing experiences for interprofessional collaboration benefiting underserved patient populations 

Building Bridges for Practice Readiness: AHEC Scholars, a Community Focused Interprofessional Fellowship2019-08-19T16:16:23+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORS: Jim Ballard, EdD; Jennifer Bailey, MEd; Jennifer Taylor, DHEd, MPH, MCHES; Dwain Harris, MHA 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University/ Indiana AHEC Network, Medical University of South Carolina, University of Kentucky, National AHEC 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This symposium will address the development of IPE curricula from the lens of community engagement. Panelists from two AHEC programs, community partners, the National AHEC Organization along with participants will dialogue on partnerships for incorporating community into contextually authentic IPE. 

Missteps, Mistakes and Misadventures: Assessment Challenges in Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T16:16:38+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Erik Black, PhD, MPH; Tara Dickson, PT, DPT; Kelly Lockeman, PhD; Alan Dow, MD, MSHA 

UNIVERSITY: University of Florida, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Virginia Commonwealth University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Accurate assessment is critical for evaluating the effectiveness of IPE on student learning outcomes, but current tools and strategies may be inadequate. Presenters will share validity concerns with their own data, facilitate idea generation between attendees, introduce robust assessment methods from other fields, and offer a direction for the future. 

Increasing Health Profession Students’ Interprofessional Competencies: The Interprofessional Dedicated Education Unit (IPDEU)2019-08-19T16:17:04+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Rosemary Hoffmann, PhD, RN, CNL; Victoria Hornyak, PT, DPT, GCS; Rachel Jantea, MD; Teresa Pacella, MSW/LSW; Subashan Perera, PhD; Cassandra Leighton, PhD, MPH; Susan Meyer, PhD; Rollin Wright, MD, MA, MPH, MS; Sandra Engberg, PhD, RN, CRNP, FAAN; Benjamin Reynolds, MSPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA 

UNIVERSITY: University of Pittsburgh 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Utilizing an IPDEU to facilitate IPE is a viable method for health profession students to teach IPE to students in the context of point of care interactions. Students learn IP skills of communication and collaboration and reflect on barriers and facilitators to IP care. 

Nursing and Physical Therapy Students Learn the Complexities of End-of-Life Issues using an Inter-professional Education Simulation2019-08-19T16:17:19+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Denise Campbell, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, CEN, CHSE; Leslie Smith, PT, DPT; Suzanne Trojanowski, PT, DPT 

UNIVERSITY: University of Michigan 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Care of the dying patient can be a complex and an inter-professional education simulation learning experience is a great opportunity to expose students to these complex issues. This program describes an end-of-life program that can be implemented to help improve teamwork, communication, and attitudes when caring for a dying patient. 

Developing an Interprofessional Trauma Simulation at a Comprehensive Academic Health Center2019-08-19T16:17:36+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Bruna Varalli-Claypool, MHS, PA-C; Mary Moon, MS; Scott Tatum, RN, EMT-P, BSIT; Frederick (Kris) Miller, PhD; Margaret Robinson, MEd; Alix Darden, PhD, MEd 

UNIVERSITY: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An interprofessional rural trauma simulation at a comprehensive academic health center can be adapted from existing intradisciplinary activities. This presentation will outline three goals of this comprehensive endeavor: 1) adapting intradisciplinary activities into interprofessional experiences, 2) incorporating IPEC Core Competencies, and 3) fostering teamwork among learners. 

Professional Socialization within the Health Professions: A Longitudinal Study2019-08-19T16:18:08+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Sheri Price, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Dalhousie University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Findings from our longitudinal, qualitative exploration of early professional socialization across five health professions indicates that how health professional roles are conceptualized prior to health professional training plays an important role in developing professional identity. Understanding professional roles and effective interprofessional collaboration may be enhanced through practice setting exposure. 

Community Health Fair’s Impact on Interprofessional Socialization2019-08-19T16:18:48+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORSZiemowit Mazur, EdM, MS, PA-C 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A mixed methods design was used to assess physician assistant and doctor of physical therapy students’ values, attitudes, learning outcomes, and opinions before and after participation in an interprofessional health fair. The results indicate that the health fair was an effective way to deliver interprofessional socialization and teach IPEC competencies. 

Towards the Development of Dual Identity through Interprofessional Socialization; A Critical Reflective Analysis2019-08-19T16:19:05+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Hossein Khalili, RN, BScN, MScNPhD 

UNIVERSITYThe University of Wisconsin-Madison 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Transformation of health education and practice requires a shift in IPECP focus/thinking. IPECP needs to expand its focus from epistemology of ‘what to know’ to the ontology of ‘how to be/become’ an interprofessional practitioner. The impact/implications of these changes on professional education and practice will be discussed. 

Measuring Patient and Health System Outcomes from Interprofessional Student Hotspotting2019-08-19T16:19:24+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Shoshana SicksEdM; Lauren Collins, MD; Richard Hass, PhD; Tracey Earland, PhD, OTR/L; Courtney Newsome, BA; Mishael Khan, BS 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Our current healthcare system fails patients with complex health and social needs, termed “super-utilizers.” These patients account for a disproportionate amount of the nation’s healthcare expenditures. Interprofessional Student Hotspotting may be an effective way to empower these patients, decrease their healthcare utilization and lower costs for our healthcare system. 

The Impact of Interprofessional Student Hotspotting on Student Participants2019-08-19T16:20:01+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Julia Ward, PhD, RN; Tracey Vause Earland, PhD; Lauren Collins, MD; Shoshana SicksEdM; Richard Hass, PhD; Courtney Newsome, BA; Mishael Khan, BS 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Nationally, individuals with complex medical and social needs frequently use emergency rooms and hospitals, often as a result of social determinants of health. Hotspotting is an interprofessional education experience designed to improve understanding of how to build authentic healing relationships with complex patients. 

The Positive Impact of an Interprofessional Education Program for Health Profession Students2019-08-19T16:20:31+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Andrea Frederick, DHA, MSN, RN; Jean Prast, OTD, OTRL; Ellen Herlache-Pretzer, EdD, MA, OTRL; Sally Decker, PhD, MSN, CNE, CHSE; Colleen Markel, MSN, RN, 

UNIVERSITY: Saginaw Valley State University, MidMichigan Health 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This interactive session will describe how an IPE program involving pre-licensure nursing students and pre-licensure occupational therapy students improved students’ self-reported effectiveness as team members to offer collaborative patient-family centered care. All four of the IPE competencies and 22 of the IPE sub-competencies were addressed through interprofessional simulation learning activities. 

A Community-based Interprofessional Clinical Elective for Nursing, Pharmacy, and Physical Therapy Learners2019-08-19T16:20:50+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Amanda Peacock, RN, DNP, AGPCNP-C 

UNIVERSITY: University of California – San Francisco 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This project details the curriculum development of an interprofessional clinical elective based on IPEC competencies and workplace learning theory. Challenges and implications for future community-based IPE are discussed. 

The Impact of an Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Nurse Attending Model on Team Behaviors and Attitudes2019-08-19T16:21:06+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Laura Hanyok,MDAlphonsa Rahman, DNP, APRN-CNS, CCRN; Rossana Oakley, MSN, RN; Janet Record, MD; Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN; Elizabeth Tanner, PhD, RN 

UNIVERSITY: John Hopkins University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Interprofessional Collaborative (IPCP) Practice Nurse Attending Model was developed and implemented on a medical teaching team to improve IPCP, mentor nurses, and deliver effective IPE for residents and medical students. This model is one option to consider when implementing IPCP for practicing clinicians and learners who work with them. 

Introducing a Theory of Impact of Interprofessional Education in Clinical Environments2019-08-19T16:21:27+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Tracy PaulenkoBScPT, MSc; Darlene Hubley, MScCHBScOT; Mandy Lowe, MSc, BScOT; Maria Tassone, MSc, BScPT; Kathryn Parker, MA, PhD 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Centre for Interprofessional Education University of Toronto collaborated with two health care organizations to evaluate IPE in the clinical environment. A participatory, story-based method called the Most Significant Change technique was used to both demonstrate the value of IPE and create a theory of the impact of IPE. 

Residents’ Learning Skills as Interprofessional Facilitators: The Intersection of CanMEDS Roles and CIHC Competencies2019-08-19T16:22:08+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Melanie Mondou, MDCM, FRCPC, MSc 

UNIVERSITY: McGill University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Residents participate as co-facilitators in an interprofessional course for students. They receive training to improve their skills related to specific CanMEDS roles as interprofessional facilitator in a simulated center. Analysis of the evaluation results from the faculty development workshop and the course evaluations will determine if residents improved their skills. 

Training IPE Facilitators: Impact of an Innovative Full Day Workshop2019-08-19T16:22:33+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Olga Heath, BA, MSc, PhD; Julia Trahey BMedSci, MD, FRCPC; Adam Reid BA (Hons. Psychology), MASP; Tanis Adey, B Arc des (Tech Univ of NS), BMedSc, MD, FRCPC; Mary Bursey, BN, MSc(N); Terri Genge, PharmD; Caroline Porr, BScN, MN, PhD; Nicole Snow, Bn, MN, PhD, RN, CPMHN(C) 

UNIVERSITYMemorial University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation presents the curriculum and evaluation of a full-day multimedia training workshop for novice IPE facilitators based on available literature, program evaluation results and andragogical principals. Positive feedback from this pilot full-day workshop at Memorial indicates the workshop materials helps facilitators prepare for this challenging role. 

Being Facilitator Free: Building Independence and Leadership on IPE Student Teams2019-08-19T16:22:49+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Susan Morley, PharmD, MS, MBA; Tanya OstrogorskyEdD; Phillip Mitchell, MS 

UNIVERSITY: Oregon State University, Western University of Health Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Creating valuable IPE experiences for students in small team environments often requires the engagement of numerous faculty and external preceptors. Requiring IPE students to serve as their own facilitators creates the opportunity to function independently and develop leadership skills within the course. 

Exploring Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Through a Polarity Thinking™ Lens2019-08-19T16:23:11+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Tracy Christopherson, MS, BAS, RRT; Anthony Breitbach, PhD, ATC, FASAHP; Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Saint Louis University, Creighton University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The interdependent relationship between IPE and ICP is not well understood. Achieving and maintaining the positive outcomes of interprofessional education and collaborative practice is the dual accountability of academic and practice leaders. Utilizing a Polarity Thinking™ approach to examine the relationship could provide IPE and ICP stakeholders with new insights. 

No Box Thinking: Expanding the Domains of Interprofessional Collaboration2019-08-19T16:23:31+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Lisa Di Prospero, BSc, MSc, MRT(T); Brigette Hales, MSc; Elizabeth McLaney, MEd, BScOT, OT Reg (Ont), BAH (Psychology); Christopher Townsend, MCEd, CTDP, McOD; Tracey DasGupta, BScN, MN 

UNIVERSITYSunnybrook Health Sciences Centre 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Traditional domains of IPC were expanded to include research, quality improvement and leadership. Our aim was to embed IPC principles across academic practice: practice, education, research and leadership. Working definitions were created to guide our strategy. IPC was identified as integral to best experience, quality and outcomes for academic practice. 

The Interface of Interprofessional Team Dynamics and Quality Improvement: Results of a Scoping Review of Literature and a Multi-stakeholder Interview Study of Teams2019-08-19T16:23:53+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Dean LisingPT, BScBioBScPT (Physical Therapy), MHSc (Health Administration); Lynne Sinclair, MA (Ad Ed), BSc(PT); Paula Rowland, PhD; G. Ross Baker, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A scoping review was conducted to understand literature related to team processes and quality improvement (QI). In the second phase of research, qualitative interviews were conducted with QI teams conducting interprofessional, intersectoral projects from a provincial QI education leadership program. Analysis highlight key linkages between team dynamics and QI outcomes. 

Bridging the Divide: Egalitarian Strategies for Successful Implementation of Interprofessional Training in the Primary Care Setting2019-08-19T16:24:23+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Susan Painter, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC; Britt Nielsen, PsyD, ABPP; Amy Korsch-Williams, MSSA, CNM, LISW-S; David Hussey, PsyD; Terry Stancin, PhD, ABPP 

UNIVERSITY: MetroHealthCase Western Reserve University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Efforts to establish an egalitarian approach to IPE and IPP have proven to be fruitful and present rich opportunities for future exploration. Integrating and evaluating changes that represent effective programming for IBHC practices will continue to be a cultural and practice imperative across disciplines in healthcare. 

Intersecting Nursing and Business to Improve Primary Care Practice2019-08-19T16:24:40+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Tracy Kinner, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, NP-C; Marilyn Ostendorf, DNP, RN; Samuel Coward, BS; Connie SwentyDNP, RN, CWOCN; Ryan Butler, DNP, RN; Kelly Hartwick, MSN, RN; Kathleen Willegal, DNP, RN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Southern Indiana, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Nursing and business, as well as healthcare professionals collaborated and evaluated rural primary healthcare practices. A cost benefit analysis was performed and a model for PC practice was created highlighting RNs practicing at top of scope, resulting in potential increased practice revenue and improved patient outcomes. 

Interprofessional Collaboration in Regulation: A Manitoba Case Study2019-08-19T16:24:55+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Moni Fricke, PhD, MSc, BMR(PT); Ryan ShymkoRPN, BA, MA; Debra Elias, RN, BN, MN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Manitoba, College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Manitoba, College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Health professional legislation that enacts collaborative practice has prompted formal interprofessional collaboration in regulation, building on existing relationships and strengthening the possibility for future joint activities. Two exemplars of interprofessional initiatives from Manitoba, Canada showcase the possibilities for regulatory bodies moving forward. 

Health Policy to Foster Interprofessional Practice: A Theoretical Framework2019-08-19T16:25:13+00:00

TRACK: Policy 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Marie-Andree Girard, MD, FRCPC; Cecile Petitgand, PhD 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Montreal 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Although IPP is recognize as key component of care and although literature recognize its highly regulated nature, research on IPP policy and regulation is still scarce. Combining an autoethnographic approach and a legal hermeneutic research, we develop a theoretical framework to understand IPP policy from a non-lawyer perspective. 

Developing Accreditation Standards for Interprofessional Education Programs: Lessons Learned2019-08-19T16:25:34+00:00

TRACK: Policy 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Margaret Purden, BScN, PhD 

UNIVERSITYMcGill University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An IPE accreditation process was undertaken in collaboration with accreditation office, administration, a librarian and IPE faculty. Standards were derived from best practices, student evaluations, an environmental scan and a retreat. External review provided recommendations to advance the program that led to increased “buy in” and funding from key stakeholders. 

Interprofessional Health Education Network in Latin America and the Caribbean: Situation Analysis and Implementation Plans in 19 Countries2019-08-19T16:25:52+00:00

TRACK: Policy 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Jose Rodrigues Freire Filho, PhDSilvia Helena De Bortoli Cassiani, PhD; Fernando Antonio Menezes da Silva, PhD; John Gilbert, CM, PhD, LLD, FCAHS 

UNIVERSITY: Pan American Health Organization / World Health Organization, University of British Columbia 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: International organizations (PAHO) is playing an important strategic role in promoting and developing methods and procedures which are helping transform the education of health and social care professionals by, for example, providing incentives to implement IPE in global policies on human resources for health. 

4:00 PM
A Design Thinking Process to Structure a Regional Interprofessional Education and Practice Center2019-08-19T16:26:34+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 1

AUTHORS: Jeff TrytkoMS; Jean Nagelkerk, PhD, FNP, FNAP; Brenda Pawl, MSN, FNP, FNAP 

UNIVERSITYGrand Valley State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A design thinking process approach will be explored with the intention of structuring a regional interprofessional education and practice center or coalition. This interactive workshop will include the process of engaging stakeholders, collecting feedback as well as strategic planning for implementation. 

Designing and Implementing a Comprehensive Evaluation Plan for Interprofessional Education Centers2019-08-19T16:27:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 2

AUTHORS: Angela Gerolamo, PhD, APRN, BC; Elena Umland, PharmD, FNAP 

UNIVERSITYThomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The lack of systematic evaluation across an institution’s interprofessional education (IPE) programs limits the ability to determine the overall impact of an IPE Center. This workshop will describe the process for developing program-specific evaluations that will contribute to the assessment of the overall effectiveness of our IPE Center. 

Incorporating Peer Led Team Learning to Enhance Engagement, Leadership and Capacity in Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T16:27:19+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 3

AUTHORS: Laura Romito, DDS, MS, MBA; Cynthia Stone, DrPH, MSN, RN; Brittany Daulton, PhD; Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This interactive workshop will describe the rationale and process for developing, implementing and evaluating a Peer Led Team Learning (PLTL) program modified for application in an interprofessional education curriculum. 

Teaching Interprofessionalism Through a Simulation Based on Health Disparities and Social Determinants of Health2019-08-19T16:27:33+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 4

AUTHORS: Lori Thuente, PhD, RN; Tamzin Batteson, BSc; Sarah Garber, PhD 

UNIVERSITYRosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Simulation can be used to train interprofessional healthcare students about how social determinants of health affect patient health and to provide skills that address health disparities and chronic health conditions in order to improve health outcomes in their future practice. Attendees will learn to assess IPEC competencies using SDH simulation 

Is There a Doctor in the House? Exploring Challenges of Engaging Physicians in IPE2019-08-19T15:40:26+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Alan Dow, MD, MSHA; Devin Nickol, MD; Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP; Gail Jensen, PhD, PTDeanna Willis, MD, MBA 

UNIVERSITY: Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Nebraska, Indiana University, Creighton University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: While physician engagement is critical for many interprofessional activities, it may also be a barrier that hinders success. This symposium explores physician engagement from the experiences of three physicians. Participants will use these stories to identify facilitators and barriers to physician engagement and devise strategies to increase physician engagement 

Using a Common Lens during Community Mentor Experiences to Understand Health and to Enhance Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T15:45:49+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Mona Carper, PT, DPT; Audrey Johnson, PT, PhD, DPT; Leslie Woltenberg, PhD; Stacy Taylor, PharmD, MHA, BCPS; Janice Kuperstein, PT, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Kentucky, Kaiser Permanente Northwest Center for Health Research 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This contemporary session includes an introduction of the WHO ICF Model as a lens for interprofessional learning and collaboration. A community-based pilot permitted experiential learning among students of three disciplines with minimal administrative burden and with positive academic and community outcomes. Risks and benefits of such a model are explored. 

Implementing Interprofessional Team Training Across an Academic Health Sciences Center2019-08-19T15:45:43+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORS: Dusti Annan, EdD; Danielle Scheurer, MD, MSCR; Jeffrey Borckardt, PhD; Sheila Scarborough, RN; Holly Wise, PT, PhD, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Medical University of South Carolina 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This symposium will describe the design and development of enterprise-wide teamwork training based on TeamSTEPPS at an academic health sciences center. Institutional culture, collaborations, and systems necessary for leading and implementing enterprise teamwork training, including approaches to design decisions, implementation and sustainability, will be discussed. 

HANDSmade™ Transdisciplinary Training Program2019-08-19T15:40:53+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Naomi Swiezy, PhD, HSPP; Tiffany Neal, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A transdisciplinary supportive employment program within a hospital setting has served to impact at the individual and system level by improving inclusive opportunities for those with disabilities and sensitivity of hospital employees. The trajectory, lessons learned and benefits of the collaboration is discussed and personal success stories shared. 

Students’ Take-Home Points from Their IPE Experiences: A Thematic Analysis by IPEC Competencies2019-08-19T15:38:21+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Victoria Hornyak, DPT, GCS, MS; Rosemary Hoffmann, PhD, RN; Rachel Jantea, MD 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Pittsburgh 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: IPE experiences are often designed using the IPEC Core Competencies as a guide. Students’ take-home points after an IPE experience on an Interprofessional Dedicated Education Unit can be linked to the Core Competencies; used to evaluate program effectiveness; and can be used to design future experiences 

Using a Simulation Enhanced Interprofessional Educational (Sim-IPE) Activity to Reduce Cognitive Bias in Healthcare2019-08-19T15:37:57+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Leslie M Smith, PT, DPT; Carman Turkelson, DNP, RN, CCRN, CHSE; Julie Hollenbeck, MEd, RT(T) 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Michigan – Flint 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Effective interprofessional teamwork, communication, and collaboration is critical to patient safety. While studies clearly support the utilization of Sim-IPE to improve interprofessional teamwork, few studies have explored the utilization of a Sim-IPE to enhance awareness of cognitive bias within individual professions or within the context of an interprofessional team. 

Development of a Geriatric Interprofessional Self-Efficacy Assessment Tool for Health Professions Students2019-08-21T12:59:05+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORSFreddi Segal-Gidan, PA, PhD; Memoona Hasnain, MD; Valerie Gruss, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Southern California, University of Illinois at Chicago 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: No instrument has been developed to specifically assess geriatric IP education (IPE) experiences. The development of a new tool to specifically assess geriatric IP education (IPE) experiences will be discussed. Components of the IPECC-SET9-G will be presented and data from pilot testing and psychometric analysis of the preliminary version reviewed. 

Mindfulness in Clinical Practice: Designing Online Education for Interprofessional Students2019-08-19T15:37:42+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Michelle Colarelli, MA; Wendy Madigosky, MD, MSPH 

UNIVERSITY: University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Teach interprofessional students how to improve patient care, increase joy at work, and help prevent burnout by integrating the IHI Open School module “Incorporating Mindfulness into Clinical Practice” into an IPE activity using Self-Determination Theory for successful instructional design. 

Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive Assessment Program for a Center of Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T16:28:16+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Sarah Shrader, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP; Stephen Jernigan, PT, PhD; Renee Hodgkins, PhD, MT; Jessica Kalendar-Rich, MD; Shelley Bhattacharya, MD; Kathryn Istas, MPH; Kristy Johnston, MSW; Heather Gibbs, PhD, RD; Karen Schell. DHSc, RRT-NPS, RRT-SDS, RPFT, RPSGT, AE-C, CTTS 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Kansas 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: KUMC has developed a comprehensive IPE assessment program demonstrating a positive impact on perceptions, knowledge, behaviors and outcomes/experiences for various stakeholders regarding interprofessional collaboration. The assessment program is helpful for quality improvement, accreditation, sustainability, and scholarship purposes. Lessons learned will be shared to help others implement a similar approach. 

Comparison of Debriefing Strategies for Student Learning2019-08-19T15:37:29+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Julie RonnebaumDPT, PhD, GCS; Chunfa Jie, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Des Moines University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation aligns with the conference goal of to “Share the latest knowledge about interprofessional education and collaborative practice.” This data will provide learners, scholars and practitioners with a way to improve interprofessional learning, focused on debriefing strategies, with the goal of improving health outcomes through effective communication. 

An Exploratory Analysis of Peer Perceptions of Teamwork and Leadership among Early Learners in Interprofessional Classroom-based Teams2019-08-19T15:37:21+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Kelly Lockeman, PhD; Darci Bowles, PhD, RN, CNML; Alan Dow, MD, MSHA; Scott RisneyAbdulmojeed Ekiyoyo, Taylor Forr 

UNIVERSITY: Virginia Commonwealth University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation explores peer assessment ratings of teamwork and leadership in a large sample of early learners on interprofessional classroom-based teams. Findings highlight important considerations for assessment in settings where tensions between learners from different professions may exist due to stereotypes, perceptions of hierarchy, professional identity, and attitudes toward collaboration. 

A Community-based, Patient-Centered Interprofessional Service Learning Experience for Pre-Clinical Students2019-08-19T15:37:15+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORSCaronne Rush, MSM, MED, EDS; Amy Blue, PhD; Erik Black, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Florida 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation provides an overview of a longitudinal required service learning interprofessional education activity that places students in interprofessional teams with volunteer families in the community. Through the experience, students develop interprofessional teamwork skills in a patient-centered care context. Recommendations will be provided on establishing a similar program. 

Student Reflections: Interprofessional Communication and Role Clarification Following a World Café Activity.2019-08-19T15:37:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Liliane Asseraf Pasin, PT, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: McGill University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Students’ reflections on the use of effective interprofessional communication following an IPE activity for first year students in the health professions were analyzed. Responses highlighted the importance of role clarification, including the potential benefits of role overlap, and the impact of interprofessional communication on team functioning for patient safety. 

Design and Implementation of a Large-scale Video-driven Activity to Improve Interprofessional Team-Based Care2019-08-19T15:37:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Rebecca Wilson, PhD, RN; Donald Blumenthal, PhD; Beth Cardell, PhD, OTR/L; Amanda Moloney-Johns, MPAS, PA-C 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Utah 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An authentic video-driven interprofessional education activity for students from a large range of health professions was developed to deliver an interactive learning experience that is scalable and efficiently utilizes available faculty and space resources. Student feedback demonstrates this activity is well-accepted and improves interprofessional attitudes and competencies. 

An Innovative Interprofessional Education Initiative between Nursing, Informatics & Computing, Art & Design, Dietetics and Nutrition, and Engineering Students2019-08-19T15:36:51+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Julie Poore, DNP, RN; Jen Embree, DNP, RN, NE-BC, CCNS; Julie Ji, PhD; Youngbok Hong, MFA, BA; Richard Holden, PhD, MS; Sara Blackburn, DSc, RD, CD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University, Purdue University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation is designed to discuss the development and implementation of an innovative interprofessional course for graduate students. Presenters will discuss how to overcome barriers to interprofessional education within graduate education, collaborate with community and university stakeholders’ for the development of interprofessional initiatives, and how to replicate this interprofessional experience. 

An Interprofessional Case Pilot for EHR Teaching in the Health Sciences2019-08-19T15:36:37+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Camilla Curren, MD; Marcia Nahikian-Nelms, PhD, RDN, LD, FAND; Erin Thomas, PT, DPT 

UNIVERSITY: The Ohio State University  

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional cooperation improves patient outcomes.. The electronic health record (EHR) facilitates collaboration if the notes of other health sciences professionals are used. Our study demonstrates that chart review techniques and methodical use of interprofessional notes must be purposively taught. A teaching EHR can be used to achieve this education. 

Violence Across the Lifespan: An Innovative Initiative to Prepare Health Sciences Faculty: Successes and Challenges2019-08-19T15:34:33+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Lisa Johnson, DNP, APRN-NP, FNP-C, SANE-P; Angela Patterson, OTD, OTR/L; Ann Ryan Haddad, PharmD; Kim Begley, PharmD, RPh; Amy Pick, PharmD; Martha Todd, PhD, APRN-NP; Teryn Sedillo, DDS 

UNIVERSITY: Creighton University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interpersonal violence presents a significant public health challenge in the United States and globally. This presentation addresses successes and challenges of the development of interprofessional educational modules targeting interpersonal violence (human trafficking, intimate partner violence, and child abuse). Building faculty capacity and implementing sustainable interprofessional educational offerings are addressed. 

Faculty Perceptions of Interprofessional Education Experience: A Qualitative Analysis of “IPE in Action” Event Education2019-08-19T15:36:09+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Ghaidaa Najjar, PharmD, PhD; Olivia Anderson, PhD, MPH, RD; Tazin Daniels, PhD; Karen Farris, PhD; Melissa Gross, PhD; Debra Mattison, MSW; Vani Patterson, MPH; Laura Smith, PT, PhD, DPT; Peggy Ann Ursuy, PhD, MSN, MA; Mark Fitzgerald, DDS, Ms 

UNIVERSITY: University of Michigan 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A two-hour event of IPE experience may provide a rich IPE culture at the exposure level. Faculty attitudes were positive about the “IPE in Action” experience. The comfort level at the venue was challenging and affected the perceptions of some faculty to be a barrier to effective IPE implementation. 

An Interprofessional Poverty Simulation to Explore the Lived Experience of Poverty and the Role of Health Care Team within this Population2019-08-19T15:35:54+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORSQuinn Tyminski, OTD, OTR-L; Heather Hageman, MBA; Susan Fleisher, DNP, CPNP, RN  

UNIVERSITY: Washington University Medical Campus 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop is designed to provide the opportunity to participate in an interprofessional poverty simulation. Through the poverty simulation, participants will gain familiarity with the lived experience of poverty and engage in a subsequent discussion regarding biases and the importance of interprofessional collaboration when working this population. 

Developing Collaborative Leadership Competencies: Learning Achieved through Longitudinal Experiences2019-08-19T15:35:47+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Sylvia Langlois, MSc; Sabrina Bartlett, MEd, BEdBSocSC, Mehrdad Azimi, Robyn Davies, BHScPTMAppScJennifer Boyle, Erin Lawson, MPH, BSc(OT), OT Reg (Ont); Sandra McKay, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toronto, the Hospital for Sick Children, VHA Home HealthCare 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Longitudinal activities provide an important opportunity for senior health profession students to develop collaborative leadership competencies. This presentation will describe the results of a 2.5-month project-based learning activity where student teams partnered with community organizations to address one of their issues/concerns using an interprofessional approach. 

Unexpected Conclusions and New Understandings Emerge from Interprofessional Learning Among Nursing, Pharmacy, and Social Work Students.2019-08-19T15:35:42+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Cynthia A Beel Bates, PhD, RN, FGSA; Jeanne Smith, MEd; Kelly Lackie, PhD, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Spectrum Health, Dalhousie University, Grand Valley State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Authors will discuss the unexpected findings and new learning that emerged from a semester long IPE team-based course that was designed for undergraduate nursing and graduate pharmacy and social work students using simulation and other instructional technologies to teach effective collaboration strategies for improving health outcomes. 

Sustainability Conceptual Model: Three Pillars to Support Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T15:35:36+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORSPamela Waynick-Rodgers, DNP, APRN-BC; Tina Gunaldo, PhD, DPT, MHS 

UNIVERSITYVanderbilt University, Louisana State University Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Sustaining interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) throughout the health industry will be foundational to improving health outcomes and providing affordable care. The presenters will use a three-pillar conceptual model to demonstrate sustainability factors for IPCP. The health system model comprises three areas: adaptability, acceptability and affordability. 

Impact of the National Train-the-Trainer (T3) Interprofessional Team Development Program on Development and Implementation of Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (IPCP)2019-08-19T15:35:28+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Erin Blakeney, PhD, RN; John Owen, EdD, MSc; Carla Dyer, MD; Erica Ottis, PharmD; Nicole Summerside, MHA; Brenda Zierler, PhD, RN, FAAN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Washington, University of Virginia, University of Missouri, University of Missouri-Kansas City 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Developing interprofessional-competent learners has become increasingly important, and there is a parallel need to develop teams to lead and sustain IPE. Results of the T3-ITDP Impact Survey demonstrate that project-based professional development efforts can help expand the capacity of teams to sustain and lead IPE and IPCP. 

Development and Implementation of Processes and Tools for an Institution-wide Interprofessional Education Experience Inventory and Evaluative Criteria2019-08-19T15:35:22+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Sara North, PT, DPT, MEd; Heather Mead Kim, BA; Brian Sick, MD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Minnesota 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Institution-level interprofessional education programs may not include many of the smaller scale profession-specific activities currently existing. This poster describes one large academic institution’s successful inventory of interprofessional experiences, establishment of the criteria used to evaluate quality, and the processes by which these tools were utilized. 

Lessons Learned from an Academic Practice Partnership: Facilitators and Barriers for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Primary Care2019-08-19T15:33:31+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Julie LaMothe, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC; Sue Hendricks, EdD, RN, CNE 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Our project revealed that cultivation of IPCP in PCCs using an interprofessional educational intervention with a mixed- methods longitudinal design resulted in improved PCC collaborative practice. This research can inform decision making and generate new evidence to better understand how to best cultivate IPCP and transform practice. 

Constructivist Grounded Theory on Patient Roles within Interprofessional Patient-Centered Collaborative Teams2019-08-19T15:33:24+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Kateryna MeterskyBScN, MN, PhD (c); Carole Orchard, BSN, MEd, EdD; Christina Hurlock-Chorostecki RN(EC), MScN, NP-ADULT 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Western Ontario 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Grounded theory on patient involvement in primary care IPTs identified four roles: 1.) expert of own condition; 2.) in the middle of the table/boss of the project; 3.) team partner/team person; 4.) self-manager. Detailed role descriptions as well as processes and conditions associated with these role enactments will be presented. 

Care and Services Partnership with Patients: Implementation Evaluation and Sustainability Plan2019-08-19T15:33:20+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Isabelle Simard, CPA, CA, MBA; Anne-Julie Bouchard, MA; Marie-Claude Vanier, BPharm, MSc; Benoit Tetreault, MOA; Marie-Pascale PomeyMD, PhD; Agustina Gancia, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux de Laval (CISSS de Laval), Universite de Montreal, Centre of excellence on partnership with patients and the public (CEPPP) 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation explains implementation evaluation of a care and services partnership approach in a health care and social services center. Presenters will describe methodology developed and discuss results and lessons learned to pursue successfully the cultural change towards care and services partnership with patients and their family. 

Interprofessional Intentional Empathy Centered Care (IP-IECC) in Healthcare Practice2019-08-19T15:33:16+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Deepy Sur, PhD, MSW, RSW 

UNIVERSITYWalden University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Empathy is not accidental: Intentional empathy centered care as a form of interprofessional practice is discussed and explored. This presentation will center on sharing the design and results of a qualitative grounded interprofessional study focused on understanding empathy conceptualization and operationalization with patients and families. 

6:00 PM After Hour Excursions
Tuesday, October 22
6:30 AM Registration Opens
7:00 AM Networking Breakfast
8:15 AM Keynote Address
9:30 AM
An Interprofessional Approach to Care for the Underserved2019-08-19T15:32:54+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Katherine Griffin, BS, BA; Daniela Lobo, MD, FAAFP; Javier Sevilla Martir, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic allows for comprehensive and multi-disciplinary approach to medical care for patients with special emphasis in caring for the underserved population in our community. The clinic also teaches learners early in their training how to collaborate with others to reach common and higher goals

Physical Therapy and Interprofessional Education in a Clinic for Chronic Pain Management as a Means to Better Address the Opioid Crisis2019-08-19T15:32:50+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORSSarah Horan, SPT; MacKenzie Surber, SPT; Terry Loghmani, PhD, PT; Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Comprehensive Pain Clinic (CoPaC) at an Indiana University Family Medicine Center uses an interdisciplinary collaborative team approach in the management of patients with chronic pain to better combat the opioid crisis. The clinic provides learners and patients an opportunity to participate in a crossroads approach of care. 

Quality Improvement by an Interprofessional Student Team: Implementing Texting Protocol to Improve Patient Communication in a Pediatric Surgery Clinic2019-08-19T15:32:46+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Annie Apple, Vivian Truong, Allyson Shambaugh, Kendria Smith 

UNIVERSITY: Vanderbilt University  

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A multidisciplinary team of students in the Vanderbilt Program for Interprofessional Learning (VPIL) aimed to decrease “no-show” rates for the general pediatric surgery clinic at Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt by improving patient communication using a text messaging protocol. 

Faces of Healthcare: The Collaborative Creation of a Student-led Interprofessional Learning Activity2019-08-19T15:32:42+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Jin Tong Du 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In order to meet the needs of students from one university campus who are geographically separated from their peers at the main campus, a unique student-led learning activity – the Faces of Healthcare was co-created by students from medicine and occupational therapy, requiring limited support from faculty in its delivery. 

Interprofessional Education: Fostering Collaboration, Communication, and Patient-Centered Care2019-08-19T15:32:38+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Monique Graf, BS 

UNIVERSITY: Medical College of Wisconsin 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This project is centered around an influenza immunization session given to first-year medical students. This is an interprofessional education session during which senior nursing students teach first-year medical students how to properly administer an intramuscular influenza vaccination. Students are also challenged to complete a collaborative activity centered around influenza education. 

Utilizing the Communication Assessment Tool—Team in an Interprofessional Error Disclosure Simulation: Assessing Team Communication from the Patient Perspective2019-08-19T15:32:34+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Katie Luetkenhaus, PharmD(c); Erica Ottis, PharmD.; Carla Dyer, MD; Gretchen Gregory, MSN, RN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Missouri-Kansas City 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This research examines the use of the CAT-T to assess team-based communication from the patient’s perspective during an error disclosure simulation. Findings demonstrate that the repeated approach to the simulation allows students to adapt and apply skills learned, but there may be room for improvement in specific interprofessional communication skills. 

Integration of Pharmacy Students into the Washington University Saturday Neighborhood Health Clinic2019-08-19T15:32:29+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Yoon Hyung Lee, Ziheng XuChuka Obiofuma 

UNIVERSITY: St. Louis College of Pharmacy 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Saturday Neighborhood Health Clinic (SNHC), a free health clinic run by students at Washington University School of Medicine, and Health Professional Student Leadership Council (HPSLC), an interprofession student organization, worked on integrating pharmacy students to SNHC to provide opportunities for students to experience interprofessionalism in a clinical setting. 

Unity in Medicine: An Interprofessional Student Dialogue Focused on Diversity in Healthcare2019-08-19T15:32:23+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Daniel Gebreili, Kelsey Anderson, Lin Goldston, MHA, CPHQ 

UNIVERSITY: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: IPE and diversity education are cornerstones of healthcare education. These two elements are essential in every aspect of effective coordinated patient care. Unity in Medicine provides a practical approach to both IPE and diversity education in a way that students prefer. 

Evaluation of a Collaborative Interprofessional Education Program Regarding Communication Among Healthcare Providers2019-08-19T15:32:19+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Dipali Yeh, MS 

UNIVERSITY: Rutgers University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Communication is a premier contributor to patient safety. Implementing the communication framework of Team STEPPS allows healthcare students to minimize error potential. Practicing these techniques during education and prior to clinical practice is necessary. In our research, PA and Pharmacy students used Team STEPPS followed by post-training assessment. 

Promoting Student Leadership in Interprofessional Education (IPE) Development with the Creation of a Student Advisory Committee (SAC)2019-08-19T15:32:15+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Salomeh SalariMS; Stuart Hammond, BS; Rebecca Copeland, BA; Corey BrutmanBS; Vani Patterson, MPH 

UNIVERSITY: University of Michigan 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We created a Student Advisory Committee that allows for more strategic utilization of the student voice in IPE development and advertisement. The committee empowers students, facilitates meaningful collaboration, and bridges the gaps between student-led IPE programming and faculty initiatives. 

Finding the Gap: Improving the Utility of a Debrief Tool in the Pediatric Emergency Medicine2019-08-21T12:55:55+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Pamela Soriano, MD-MBA 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Debriefing after a critical incident is an important quality improvement initiative for inter-professional collaboration in high-stress environments. Establishing a needs assessment through a cross-sectional observational study in a pediatric emergency department facilitates the creation of focused interventions to improve the utility of a standardized debrief tool.

Collaboration in a Community Setting2019-08-19T15:32:07+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Amber Dallwig, MSN, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana Wesleyan University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The increasing number of older adults living in the community requires providers to collaborate and provide quality and safety. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the effects of a teamwork education intervention on the collaboration of health and social care providers in a community setting. 

Crossroad Collaboration Insights of Fostering Patient Involvement and Facilitating Interprofessional Team Improvements2019-08-19T15:32:03+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Kelly Kilgour, MSN, BSN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Ottawa 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation will introduce a doctoral action research study being conducted with two interprofessional medicine teams and patient advocate volunteers in a Canadian hospital. The researcher will discuss current data and her insights of crossroad collaborations with and facilitating learning among interprofessional teams to improve patient involvements and health outcomes. 

Interprofessional Student Team Partners with Community Member to Improve Public Transit Safety2019-08-19T15:32:00+00:00

TRACK: Policy 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Jennifer Coviello, SPT; Alison Clodfelter, SPT; Kathryn Haskins, Erik Massenzio, Anne Bradley Mitchell, PhD, MN, BSN, ANP-BC, Leigh Ann Hewston, PT, DPT, MEd, CEEAA 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A case study exploring student interprofessional collaboration with a Philadelphia Community member to promote change and advocacy for older adults riding on public transportation. Advocacy included a letter, formal presentation to customer service of a public transit agency, and plans for posters and a social media campaign. 

The Standardized Simulation Prebrief for IPE2019-08-19T15:31:29+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 1

AUTHORS: Shannon Pranger, MSN, RN, CEN, CNE; David Brissette, PA-C, MMSc; Linda GhampsonMSN, RN; Charlene Justin, MMSc, PA-C 

UNIVERSITY: Yale University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This session provides an introduction to a novel standardized prebriefing tool that can be utilized for any interprofessional simulation. Participants will gain insight into how it aids in the facilitation of learning even before the case scenario as well as methods for implementation into a current curriculum. 

Building a Statewide Consortium to Advance Interprofessional Practice and Education: Lessons from the Lone Star State2019-08-19T15:31:06+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 2

AUTHORS: Kim Hoggatt Krumwiede, PhD, CMI; Renée J. Bogschutz, PhD, CCC-SLP; Veronica Young, PharmD, MPH; David Farmer, PhD, LPC, LMFT; Christine Kaunas, MPH 

UNIVERSITY: The University of Texas Southwestern 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This interactive workshop presents a successful model of an inter-institutional consortium from its early phases of planning and implementation to rapid expansion and strategic growth. The founding institutions share initiatives, experiences, and lessons-learned. Participants will gain ideas on building a statewide network of collaborating institutions to accelerate leadership in IPE. 

Transformative Leadership of Interprofessional Innovations2019-08-19T15:30:04+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 3

AUTHORS: Laura Hanyok, Lauren Collins, MD; Memoona Hasnain, MD; Wendy MadigoskyMD, MSPH; Meg Zomorodi, PhD, RN, CNL 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Developing, implementing and sustaining interprofessional innovations require leadership skills to navigate barriers to change. In this session, attendees will learn about the model of transformational leadership and apply this model to advance their leadership abilities. 

Dentistry and Social Work Interprofessional Education and Practice; Establishing and Implementing a Collaborative Model2019-08-19T15:29:52+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 4

AUTHORS: Stephanie Lyons, MSW; Laura Romito, DDS, MS, MBA; Erika Galyean, LCSW; Stuart Schrader, PhD; Caroline Everidge, BSW 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The goals of this interactive workshop are to help diverse healthcare providers acquire mental skills to optimize performance and reduce stress, and learn strategies that can be taught to less experienced providers to minimize their performance deterioration under stress 

Virtual Reality and In-Situ Simulation for Multi-Disciplinary Training2019-08-19T15:29:43+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Brad Gable, MD; Karen D’Angelo, MD; Stephen AucielloMD; Brianne Plante, DO; Marja BrolinsonMD; Katelyn Tondo-Steele, DO; Jon Montemayor, MD 

UNIVERSITY: OhioHealth 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Demonstrate and discuss how virtual reality and in-situ simulation training have been implemented at OhioHealth. Provide a framework for how these technologies can be applied in other settings. 

Developing Interprofessional Competencies for Undergraduate Students2019-08-19T15:29:35+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Danette Allen-Bronaugh, PhD, CCC-SLP; Danika L. Pfeiffer, PhD; Stacey Pavelko, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: James Madison University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The purpose of this workshop is to present the results from two years of co-teaching an IPE course that included undergraduate students enrolled in communication sciences and disorders, elementary education and special education. The workshop will address challenges, pitfalls, and lessons for success when providing interprofessional experiences for undergraduate students. 

A One-Two Punch: Introducing Students to IPE with an Online Module Followed by a Face-to-Face Event2019-08-19T15:29:17+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Melissa Gross, PhD; Olivia Anderson, PhD, MPH, RD; Tazin Daniels, PhD; Karen Ferris, PhD; Mark Fitzgerald, DDS, MS; Mengyuan Gao, Debra Mattison, MSW; Laurel Moore, MD; Ghaidaa Najjar, PharmD, PhD; Vani Patterson, MPH; Peggy Ann Ursuy, PhD, MSN, MA; Laura Smith, DPT, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Michigan 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An introductory online module followed by a large scale, in-person event was designed to provide a foundational IPE experience to students across a variety of health profession schools and three campuses. The sequenced IPE experiences were effective in positively impacting student attitudes about IPE. 

Curricular Drift in Interprofessional Education: Utilizing Evaluation Data to Guide Decisions2019-08-19T15:29:08+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Brittany Daulton, PhD; Courtney Huynh, Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Developing and implementing an IPE curriculum can be daunting, considering the many complex challenges involved. Based on experience implementing an IPE curriculum across a large campus system, data has been utilized to overcome curricular drift and ensure evidence and competency attainment drives implementation, rather than the reverse. 

Utilizing Technology to Develop a Sustainable Model for Collaboration Across Universities to Facilitate Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T15:28:56+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: M. Lisa Pagnucco, PharmD, BCGP; Margaret de Voest, PharmD; Andrew Booth, DHEd, MS, PA-C; Lisa Salvati, PharmD, BCACP; Deborah Bambini, PhD, WHNP, CHSE 

UNIVERSITY: Grand Valley State University, Kirkhof College of Nursing 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation describes an IPE simulation experience for 223 students from two universities, representing four programs, and located in three locations. A home care visit patient case using advanced technology can satisfy accreditation requirements by providing IPE learning activities to students who otherwise may not be able to participate. 

Teaching Empathy to Undergraduate Students: The Development and Impact of a Curriculum in Relationship-centered Care for Pre-professional Healthcare Students2019-08-19T15:28:44+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Marci J. Swede, PhD 

UNIVERSITYNorth Central College 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Changes to healthcare education to improve communication and teamwork have been implemented within professional programs. We have developed a pre-professional curriculum based on the relationship-centered care model to better prepare undergraduates for professional education. The proposed curriculum and the positive impact on measured empathy scores will be presented. 

Structure and Implementation of a Longitudinal Quadruple Aim-Focused Interprofessional Curriculum2019-08-19T15:28:37+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Kathryn Neill, PharmD; Wendy Ward, PhD, ABPP 

UNIVERSITY: University of Arkansas 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Quadruple Aim goals are applicable to academic, clinical, and research units of an academic health center and serve as a unifying framework to build IPE activities. Results through year four of implementation of a longitudinal 3-phase Quadruple Aim IPE curriculum are presented, including key successes and lessons learned. 

The Patient Voice: Interprofessional Educational Activities that Promote Patient Involvement2019-08-19T15:28:32+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Shannon Cole, DNP, APRN-BC; Pamela Waynick-Rogers, DNP, APRN-BC 

UNIVERSITY: Vanderbilt University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: There is increasing interest in a more active patient role in medical education to “help enhance student experiences of real-world medicine,” recognizing patients as “experts” in their own medical conditions The purpose of this presentation is to describe how the “patient voice” is incorporated into VPIL’s educational objectives. 

IPE: What to Teach2019-08-19T15:21:24+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Amy Yorke, PhD; Kimberly Beran-Shepler, PT, DPT, OCS 

UNIVERSITY: University of Michigan-Flint 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Despite recent IPE publications to help health science faculty develop IPE curricula, determining the IPE subject is problematic. Focusing IPE efforts on students’ attitudes towards individuals with disabilities is a solution. A study comparing these attitudes for different health science students found statistical significance in motivational/adherence, sexual and aggressive situations. 

Development of the Interprofessional Conference and Simulated Patient (ICASP)2019-08-19T15:21:17+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: David Dickter, PhD; Joshua MatacottaPsy.D., MA, CAHIMS; Sheree Aston, OD, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Western University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We describe the results of our development and pilot of an interprofessional simulated case conference and patient consultation with over 300 students. Steps included case authoring and SOAP note writing; script brainstorming and improvisation; setting initial criteria for student performance; pilot-testing with faculty, trained actors and students; evaluations; and revisions. 

Developing an Integrated Interprofessional Identity for Collaborative Practice2019-08-19T15:21:10+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Lisa McGuire, MSW, PhD; Emily Akerson, BSN, MN; Anne Stewart, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: James Madison University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional education is an essential component for collaborative healthcare practice. Information about an undergraduate IPE course for students from multiple health and human services disciplines on ethical decision-making in healthcare and qualitative data demonstrating competency-building in interprofessional collaboration and pre-service professional socialization toward an integrated interprofessional identity will be discussed. 

Skills and Strategies for Responding to Sexualized Violence: What We All Need to Know2019-08-19T15:20:59+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Marion Brown, MSW 

UNIVERSITY: Dalhousie University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Responding to sexualized violence is an inherently interprofessional collaboration, given the physical, mental, and social health implications. Health professionals must demonstrate competence in awareness, understanding, and response. Given the experiences on university campuses recently, the time is now to bring students together to learn and practice concrete skills and strategies. 

Palliative Care Patient Journey: Partnering with Providers to Deliver an IPE Active Learning Experience2019-08-19T15:20:51+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: JoAnne Davies, PhD; Melanie Garrison, MEd; Louisa Fricker, MLIS 

UNIVERSITY: University of Alberta 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: University staff and multi-disciplinary healthcare providers partnered to develop and pilot an interactive simulation in which interprofessional student teams experience the healthcare journey of patients receiving palliative care and develop awareness and respect for the shared and unique roles of many professions involved in palliative care. 

Crisscrossing Fall Prevention Curricula: A Qualitative Study of Graduate Student Learning2019-08-19T15:20:43+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Brenda Frie, EdD OTR/L CHT; Lisa Dutton, PT, PhD; Alvina Brueggemann, PhD; Valinda Pearson, PhD, RN CRRN 

UNIVERSITY: St. Catherine University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This qualitative study explored graduate student learning experiences surrounding the topic of fall prevention. While fall risk factors were identified as an area of curricular overlap, fall assessment and intervention were discipline-based limiting students understanding of each professions contribution to the team supporting the need for future interprofessional course development. 

The Relationship Between Prior Interprofessional Education and Healthcare Professional’s Self-Rated Teamwork Skills2019-08-19T15:20:35+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Katie Sniffen, MS, ATC; Noor Al-Hammadi, MBChB, MPH; Leslie Hinyard, PhD, MSW 

UNIVERSITY: Saint Louis University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Institute of Medicine calls for more focus on the distal impact of IPE on IPCP using a theoretical framework to guide research. Results of this study describe the statistical relationship between prior interprofessional education experiences and self-rated interprofessional collaborative practice behaviors among practicing health care providers. 

Moroccan Immersion: A Crossroad of Interprofessional Collaboration and Global Health2019-08-19T15:20:26+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Kathryn Loukas, OTD, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA; Kris Winston, PhD, OTR/L; Sally McCormack Tutt, PT, DPT, MPH, EdD 

UNIVERSITY: University of New England 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: It is challenging to create interprofessional education that overcomes scheduling conflicts, achieves common learning objectives, and provides a unique learning experience for students. This presentation will outline how the faculty in the physical therapy and occupational therapy programs created an international, immersion experience, in two separate courses, over two semesters. 

Inter-Professional Collaboration and Learning in an Electronic Medical Record2019-08-19T15:20:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORSMilisa Rizer, MD, MPH; Carolyn Schubert, MS, DNP, CNE 

UNIVERSITY: The Ohio State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Students in five colleges: medicine, nursing, pharmacy, rehabilitative sciences and social work, at The Ohio State University participate in a clinical informatics curriculum. Content was developed, piloted and integrated into all programs by an inter-professional team of educators. They will share their model for others to replicate. 

Designing and Producing a 10-Module IPE Mini-Course Pilot: Successes and Lessons Learned2019-08-19T15:20:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Valerie N. Williams, PhD, MPA; Denise Gaffigan Bender, PT, JD, MEd; Margaret Robinson, MEd 

UNIVERSITY: University of Oklahoma 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This pilot program offer a successful curricular format for the engagement of didactic interprofessional content across a complex academic health center. The ten-module mini-course provides a flexible format through which learners can be engaged in building interprofessional competencies related to current topics of interest. 

First Impressions are Lasting Impressions: A Triple Nexus of Teaching, Modeling & Experiencing Interprofessional Collaboration for Undergraduate First-Year Students2019-08-19T15:19:54+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Karen Pardue, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF; Bernice Mills, RDH, MS, BS; Dawne-Marie Dunbar, MSN/Ed, RN, CNE, CHSE; Haley Lawlor, Collyn Baeder, MPH 

UNIVERSITY: University of New England 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Students are immersed in interprofessionalism from day one. Curriculum, teaching methods, and enrollment composition in an innovative first-year course forms an interprofessional triple nexus. Aligned with IPEC competencies, and utilizing interprofessional “Peer Teaching” methods, this course unites nine first-year health professions majors to “learn with, from, and about each other”. 

Huddle Dynamics in Interprofessional Student Medication Management Simulations2019-08-19T15:19:44+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Jane Gannon, DNP, CNM 

UNIVERSITY: University of Florida 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Teams of interprofessional students (nursing, pharmacy, medicine) were exposed to TeamSTEPPS® competencies and then rotated through four simulated medication management scenarios. Teams utilized huddling behaviors to prevent, manage or mitigate medication errors built into the scenarios. This report describes those huddle dynamics and their impact on simulated patient outcomes. 

Advancing Team Performance Using a Hospital-Based, Competency-Focused Team Assessment Tool & Process2019-08-19T15:19:33+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Elizabeth McLaney, MEd, BScOT, OT Reg, BA 

UNIVERSITY: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This tool and process were designed to support busy, hospital-based teams to participate in an interprofessional, competency-focused team assessment. Unit level and organizational aggregate results will be shared with consideration of how they inform team learning/development as well as hospital continuing education. Diverse leadership and stakeholders are explored as enablers. 

Translating Competencies into Culture: Integration of a Shared Interprofessional Care Competency Framework into System Practice2019-08-19T15:19:24+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Dean LisingBScBioBScPTMHSc; Tracey DasGupta, RN, MN, CON(C); Lindsay Martinek, BA.Hon, RRT, MHS; Surbhi Kalia, Marilyn Ballantyne, RN, PhD; Rani Srivastava, RN, PhD; Irene Andress, RN, MN; Jennifer Price, RN, PhD, BNScMScN, ACNP, CCN(C); Maria Tassone, MSc, BScPT 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Through a practice-education collaborative, an interprofessional care competency framework has been integrated at individual, team and organizational levels across hospital networks. Application to other contexts will be considered through data and recommendations from implementation and evaluation of a competency-based team assessment/intervention process and organizational performance evaluation and recruitment tools. 

Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative (CIHC) Member Survey Results2019-08-19T15:18:35+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Hossein Khalili, PhD; John Gilbert, PhD; Sharla King, PhD; Kyle Warkentin, Leah Hutt, Jacinthe Beauchamp, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: The University of Wisconsin-Madison 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: CIHC is the pre-eminent voice for knowledge, advocacy, education and practice change for IPC that improves the health system, patient outcomes, population health and workforce resilience. CIHC conducted a ‘Call For Volunteers’ survey among its members. In this presentation the survey results and the ‘membership involvement plan’ will be discussed. 

More than a Meal: Improving Elder Care and Independence through a Novel, Community-University Partnership of In-Home Collaborative Care Visits2019-08-19T15:18:27+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Michael Oldani, PhD, MS; Sharon Chappy, PhD, RN, CNOR; Stacey Kukor, MS, BA; Lois Harrison, DPT, MS, BS; Travis Suss, PharmD, BS 

UNIVERSITY: Concordia University Wisconsin 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A description and report on outcomes of a community-university partnership assessing safety and falls risk for seniors receiving meal delivery in their homes. The results of a pilot study are highlighted (data analysis and case studies) that capture interprofessional faculty-student teams (nursing, pharmacy, OT, PT and anthropology) making three visits. 

Supporting and Strengthening Families through Home Visitation to Impact Infant Mortality2019-08-19T15:18:23+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Lynn Herr, RN, BSN, CPN; Sophie French, RN, BSN 

UNIVERSITY: Vanderburgh County Health Department 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Pre to 3 program serving Vanderburgh County Indiana is expanding its reach to southwestern region of Indiana through collaboration with community partners. We anticipate partnering with local universities develop research around the evidence-based curriculum with programmatic outcomes and best practice 

Advanced Disease Life Support (ADLS): An Interprofessional Primary Palliative Care Curriculum2019-08-19T15:18:16+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Timothy Short, MD, FAAFP, FAAHPM; Kenneth White, PhD, AGACNP-VC, FACHE, FAAN; Elizabeth Patterson, MEd 

UNIVERSITY: University of Virginia 

PROGRAM SYNPOSIS: To meet the growing need for primary palliative care across the health-care continuum, ADLS has been designed as an interprofessional curriculum that is evidence-based, portable, and menu-driven. Using didactic pedagogy with case studies as well as experiential learning modules, the ADLS curriculum will meet this need while promoting interprofessional teamwork. 

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Team Up for Better Teaching: Best Practice Strategies for IP Faculty Development2019-08-19T15:18:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 1

AUTHORS: Holly Wise, PT, PhD, FNAP; Mary Mauldin, EdD; Dusti Annan-Coultas, EdD 

UNIVERSITY: Medical University of South Carolina 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop will introduce Team Up for Better Teaching (Team Up), an institution-wide faculty development program. Team Up incorporates the five characteristics associated with effective interprofessional (IP) faculty development programs and may serve as an exemplary model for other academic institutions to help build capacity to meet their IP needs. 

Driving Quality Improvement in IPE: Systematic Use of Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) Cycles to Translate Ideas and Intentions into Actions.2019-08-19T15:17:59+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 2

AUTHORSDawndra Sechrist, OTR, PhD; Renée Bogschutz, PhD, CCC-SLP 

UNIVERSITY: Texas Tech University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: There is considerable pressure to provide quality IPE in healthcare education. However, time dedicated to planning, reflection, and quality improvement is limited. Implementing continuous improvement methods, such as Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles, helps healthcare educators ensure quality IPE programming. In this workshop, participants will practice using PDSA with two IPE activities 

Improving Patient Safety at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre through Identifying Team Based Interprofessional Collaboration Related Root Causes of Critical Patient Safety Events2019-08-19T15:15:27+00:00

TRACK: Leadership

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 3

AUTHORS: Emily Stairs, OT Reg; Elizabeth McLaney, MEd, BScOT, OT Reg, BA 

UNIVERSITY: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The impact of Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) may be the next major area impacting patient safety. Concepts from the fields of IPC, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement and Risk Management have intersected to drive the inclusion of IPC within the safety event review process to improve patient safety outcomes at Sunnybrook Hospital. 

Collaboration across Continents: A Train-the-Trainer Approach for Interprofessional Education in Africa2019-08-19T15:17:42+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 4

AUTHORS: Rosana Gonzalez-ColasoPharmD, MPH; Tracy Rabin, MD, MS; Roy Mabuuke, PhD; Sarah Kiguli, MBCHB, M.MED (MAK), MHPE 

UNIVERSITY: Yale University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We propose a 60-minute highly-interactive interprofessional session to explore yalculturally sensitive IPE train-the-trainer opportunities globally. We will share our collaborative experience between faculty from the USA and Uganda. Our goal is to facilitate reflection about contextual and cross-cultural considerations for dissemination, development, and adaptation of IPE models globally. 

Educating Interprofessional Teams on Care of Patients with Chronic Pain and Opioid Use2019-08-19T15:17:26+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Barbara Richardson, PhD, RN; Brenda Bray, BPharm, MPH 

UNIVERSITY: Washington State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Attendees will be given the interprofessional opioid education curriculum materials for use in either an academic or practice setting. Participants will have an opportunity to preview materials through a case-based simulation using video vignettes to guide assessment and care planning for a patient with chronic pain who takes opioids 

Effective Communication Facilitates Team Coordination and Collaboration to Address the Needs of Chronic and Acute Patients at a Primary Care Interprofessional Clinic2019-08-19T15:17:17+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Kelsey Binion, Andrea PfiefleEdD, PT, FNAP; April Newton, PT, DPT, MA, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: IU developed an interprofessional pain clinic to train future healthcare professionals how to assess, screen, and treat patients with chronic pain. Participants will learn communication strategies and processes to implement into their clinic, and how those tools influence providers’ plan of care for pain patients 

Assessing Students Collaborative Behaviors: Perspectives from Patients2019-08-19T15:17:06+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Tina Gunaldo, PhD, DPT, MHS 

UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-New Orleans 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The use of patient-reported assessment tools, such as CollaboRATE and IntegRATE, within IPE simulated or clinical opportunities can provide students with feedback on their collaborative practices as perceived by patients. Learn more about how one university incorporated these questionnaires into an IPE clinical learning experience to enhance student learning 

An Interprofessional Experience of Bioethics for Health Professions Graduate Students: The Ethics Health Care Team Challenge2019-08-19T15:16:59+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: David Trinkle, MD; Richard Vari, PhD; Phyllis Whitehead, PhD; Joalenn Tabor 

UNIVERSITY: VTC School of Medicine 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The health care team challenge is an innovative teaching method used in a variety of health professions education settings. The ability to resolve complex ethical dilemmas associated with patient care is an important part of interprofessional education; the opportunity to expose students to this training is an innovative curricular approach. 

Nursing and Sonography Students: Learning Together to Decrease Maternal Related Morbidity and Mortality2019-08-19T15:16:52+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Gina Schaar, DNP, RN; Katherine Peak, ARRT; Samantha Sawyer, ARRT; Shawna Haywood, MSN, RN, NP-C 

UNIVERSITY: University of Southern Indiana 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: American women, compared to those from other developed countries, are more likely to experience maternal related morbidity and mortality. Prompt, effective management of obstetrical emergencies demands interprofessional collaboration and communication. An interprofessional simulation for nursing and sonography students was implemented to better prepare students to swiftly respond to obstetrical emergencies. 

Interprofessional Collaborative Experience: A Roadmap to Implementation2019-08-19T15:16:45+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORSChalee Engelhard, PT, EDD, MBA, GCS; John Pantel, MS, RDN, LD 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Cincinnati 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This oral presentation will take participants on a lived journey of discovery, implementation, and challenges of taking IPE into IPCP experiences. 

Navigating the Challenges of Implementing IPE Programming2019-08-19T15:16:38+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Heidi Ewen, PhD; Kate DeCleene-Huber, OTR, MS, OTD; Heidi Rauch, PhD, CHES; Laura Santurri, PhD, MPH, CPH; Tamara Wolske, MS, PhDc, CPG 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Indianapolis 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Presenters will share experiences in moving through the process from ideas to implementation of an interdisciplinary curriculum. Where to start, how to design a plan that fits the goals/outcomes of the collaborative programs while maintaining the integrity of each unit, desired achievements, and how to improve outcomes for all stakeholders. 

From a Classroom to an Arena: Lessons Learned from a Large Scale Foundational PE Event2019-08-19T15:16:31+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Laura Smith, PhD; Debra Mattison, MSW; Liv Anderson, PhD, MPH, RD; Tazin Daniels, PhD; Karen Farris, PhD; Mark Fitzgerald, DDS, MS; Sophie (MengyuanGao, Laurel Moore, MD; Ghiadaa Najjar, PharmD, PhD; Vani Patterson, MPH; Peggy Ann Ursuy, PhD, MSN, MA; Melissa Gross, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Michigan-Flint 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This symposium will discuss the implementation of an innovative large scale IPE event to expose a larger, more diverse group of faculty and students from various academic programs and levels to IPE, increase university senior administration’s awareness of IPE and to incorporate student and faculty outcome data into IPE scholarship. 

Interprofessional Education Development at a Rural Community Based School of Health Sciences2019-08-19T15:16:16+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Eric Johnson, MD 

UNIVERSITY: University of North Dakota 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In 2003, a task force for interprofessional education was established at UND along with the Center for Rural Health. Since that initiating event, UND has developed a number of competencybased IPE activities across different platforms to meet the needs of our student in a smaller, rurally based institution. 

The Effectiveness of an Ambulatory Care Health System Redesign on Patient Engagement, Healthcare Utilization, and Clinical Indicators2019-08-19T15:16:01+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Nancy Madsen, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Loyola University Chicago 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The ICCCM study demonstrates the importance of interprofessional collaboration and care coordination in ambulatory care to improve clinical outcomes for adults with Type II diabetes in a low SES community. A1C, weight and diastolic blood pressure significantly improved. All are identified as important ingredients to prevent future diabetes complications. 

Collaborating within Borders: Strengthening our Relationships and Sharing Our Learning Locally2019-08-19T15:14:14+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Della Croteau, RPh, BSP, MCED; Dean Lising, PT, BScBioMHSc; Elizabeth McLaney, MEd, BScOT, BA; Lindsay Beavers, PT, MPT, BScKin; Sylvia Langlois, MScOTOTReg; Susan J. Wagner, BSc(SPA), MSc(CD), RegCASLPO, S-LP(C); Daniela Bellicoso, MA, PhD; Elizabeth Cadavid 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An interorganizational partnership among administrators, practitioners, faculty and educators from communities of practice in the Greater Toronto Area created a forum for knowledge translation of local interprofessional work originally presented at CAB VI. This presentation outlines the development of the sharing and networking opportunities created and the response of participants. 

An Evolving Governance Structure to Support Growth and Development in IPE at University of Montreal2019-08-19T15:14:08+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Isabelle Brault, PhD; Marie-Claude Vanier, BPharm, MSc Celine Huot, MD, FRCPC; Anne Charbonneau, Annie Descoteaux 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Montreal 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation will discuss the governance structure of a strongly embedded IPE curriculum at university of Montreal. The evolution of the governance structure will be described, namely how the structure evolved over the years to meet the pressure of a growing cohort and the integration of patients as educators. 

Translating Collaboration into Practice: Using Simulation to Enhance Team Functioning2019-08-19T15:14:02+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Tanya Dutton, MS 

UNIVERSITY: Dalhousie University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Translating interprofessional education competencies learned in the academic setting into interprofessional collaboration in the clinical environment is a challenge. Forum theatre and simulation can help learners understand how to move from the theoretical to the practical to improve collaborative behaviours in the clinical setting. 

Addressing Opioid Misuse Assessment and Management Skills Through Interprofessional Simulation with Health Science Students2019-08-19T15:13:55+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Carol MotyckaPharmD; Jane Gannon, DNP, CNM; Eric Egelund, PharmD, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Florida 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A discussion will be kicked off with a description of an innovative opioid misuse simulation activity that is aimed at improving interprofessional health science student assessment and management skills. A brainstorming session is included to facilitate an in-depth question and answer format about interprofessional education and the opioid crisis. 

Building the Healthcare Workforce to Serve the Underserved2019-08-19T15:13:45+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Terri Fowler, DNP, APRN, FNP-C; James Sterrett, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Medical University of South Carolina 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This program strategically aligned academic and community resources to develop a model of interprofessional education and practice to care for underserved populations in primary care safety-net sites. The model increased the number of student clinical training sites, integrated telehealth/teleprecepting, and provided student education on teamwork and caring for the underserved. 

Check Your Ego at the Door: Evaluation Results of a Longitudinal Interprofessional Collaborative Care Curriculum2019-08-19T15:13:39+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Moni Fricke, BMR(PT), MSc, PhD; Fiona Jensen, RN, BSN, MSN; Laura MacDonald, RDH, BScD(DH), MEd; Christine AteahRN, PhD; Amanda Condon, MD, CCFP; Robin Oliver, BSc (Pharm) 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Manitoba 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Evaluating the impact and long-term outcomes of interprofessional education remains a challenge given the multiple ways of knowing and being. By committing to accountability, the authors are responding to the global call for theory-grounded interprofessional collaborative curriculum that has been scrutinized and evaluated according to its purpose. 

Enhancing Interprofessional Communication and Teamwork through a Screening Learning Activity with Clients with Neurological Disorders in an Interprofessional Pro-Bono Center2019-08-19T15:13:31+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Lisa Tabor Connor, PhD, MSOT, OTR/L; Laura Plummer, PT, DPT, MS, NCS; Jason Lucey, MSN, RN, FNP-BC; Chris Sim, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA; Suzanne Pennington, MS, CCC-SLP 

UNIVERSITYMGH IHP 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional learning activity for graduate health professions students focused on interprofessional interviewing and screening of identified areas of need based on team role. Learning activity focuses on developing interprofessional competencies and knowledge and skills in motivational and ethnographic interviewing strategies with the use of Supported Conversation for Adults (SCA) strategies. 

Quality Improvement Projects Designed and Implemented by Interprofessional Teams of Students 2013-20192019-08-19T15:13:21+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Melissa Hilmes, MD; Pamela Waynick-Rogers, MD; Jane Easdown, MD; Rebecca Lofton, PharmD; Donna Rosenstiel, LCSW; Allison Provine Walker, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Vanderbilt University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In VPIL, interprofessional teams of students learn quality improvement basics and work on meaningful clinical based projects. The students have designed and implemented a variety of projects over the last 7 years. We describe the nature of the projects and their impact on the preceptors and clinic sites. 

Assessing Interprofessional Professionalism in Physical Therapy Students2019-08-19T15:13:12+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Jason Brunner, PhD; Eric Gilliam, PharmD; Amy Nordon-Craft, PT, DSc 

UNIVERSITY: University of Colorado 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Health profession programs are charged with developing competent IPCP health care providers. However, assessment of clinical interprofessional competencies remain challenging. This project describes the implementation and assessment of interprofessional competencies for Doctor of Physical Therapy students. Results demonstrate the assessment tool was easy to complete and provides meaningful feedback. 

Escape from Diabetes: Interprofessional Gaming Activity Involving Nursing and Athletic Training Students2019-08-19T15:13:02+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Jessica Jochum, PhD, LAT, ATC; Jane Toon, DNP, RN; Elizabeth Moore, PhD; Jennifer Carmack, DNP, RN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Indianapolis 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Diabetes Escape Room was designed to increase the participants’ knowledge of diabetes while incorporating interprofessional education aspects of teamwork, roles/responsibilities, and patient outcomes. Participants included nursing and athletic training students. The SPICE-R tool and a diabetes knowledge assessment were used to analyze data collected pre- and post-intervention. 

Transdisciplinary Care for Patients with Prolonged PICU stay: Implementation and Sustainability of PEACE (Pediatric Ethics and Communication Excellence) Rounds.2019-08-19T15:12:55+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Mara Nitu, MD, MBA 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Weekly multi-professional team meetings to discuss protracted stay PICU patients facilitate difficult conversations regarding goals of care and fosters transdisciplinary integration of management plans. This model of care can be implemented successfully and the process can be sustained after 5 years with full engagement of all participating professionals. 

Interprofessional Education (IPE) Clinics Result in Improved Outcomes for Patients with Diabetes Mellitus2019-08-19T15:12:09+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Heather B. Congdon, PharmD, BCPS, CDE; Gina Rowe, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP-BC, PHCNS-BC, CNE 

UNIVERSITY: University of Maryland 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The University of Maryland’s Schools of Nursing, Pharmacy and Social Work developed biweekly interprofessional clinics for patients with diabetes mellitus and/or depression at three local safety net clinics serving low-income patients. Patients in these clinics have demonstrated markedly improved glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol levels and reduced emergency department visits. 

Social Media: Exploring Adolescent Mental Health Risks2019-08-19T15:14:32+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Jessica DurbinDNP, FNP-BC 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Social media can have negative mental health consequences on the adolescent population. In severe cases it can lead to depression, suicidal ideation, attempts and completion. The healthcare team, across disciplines must recognize those at risk, implement screening and intervene to reduce the negative outcomes in this vulnerable population. 

Telehealth, What’s New, What’s Changed and How Does It Impact Interprofessional Practice?2019-08-19T15:11:13+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Christine Noller, J.D., L.L.M; Marilyn Skrocki, FACHE, JD, MBA, MISM 

UNIVERSITYSaginaw Valley State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Telemedicine is anticipated to be a common modality of providing patient care with accelerating growth in the next decade. Becoming aware of legal and regulatory issues of providing such care is critical before engaging in such practice. 

Interprofessional Practice Consults: A Collaborative Process2019-08-19T16:31:35+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Heather Simmons, RN, MNAndrea Waters, CTRS; Michael Sangster, BSc, PT, DPT, MBA 

UNIVERSITY: IWK Health Centre 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In 2017, the IWK Interprofessional Practice Strategic Plan was developed. A number of the Interprofessional strategic objectives focused on Interprofessional Practice consults. The creation of an Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Consult team and processes for consults were explored, developed and implemented. This presentation will explore these process and the current status. 

Contemporary Faculty Development for a Vibrant IPE Network2019-08-19T18:10:55+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Madeline Aulisio, MPH; Leslie Woltenberg, PhD; Stacy Taylor, PharmD, MHA, BCPS

UNIVERSITY: University of Kentucky 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The University of Kentucky Center for Interprofessional Health Education’s Faculty Associates and Fellows Program provides a novel approach to faculty development that both honors faculty for their contributions to IPE and provides them with additional support and resources for professional development while promoting IPE across the campus and beyond. 

12:15 PM Lunchtime Keynote
1:10 PM Awards Ceremony- Students, AIHC, Mentor/Mentees
2:00 PM
Development of an Integrated Interdisciplinary Health Screening Model2019-08-19T15:10:44+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Linda CasserOD, FAAO, FNAP; Gregory Benjamin, PhD, MPH; Patricia DillonPhD, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Salus University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poster presentation will describe the rationale, process, obstacles, opportunities, and assessment strategies utilized in the development of an integrated interdisciplinary screening model that every student at Salus University will be trained to perform during their educational program and ultimately in practice. 

Finding the Fit: Integrating IPE Learning Experiences into an Established Curriculum2019-08-19T15:10:39+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Cheryl Babin, PT, DHS, MHA, C.A.G.S.; Janna Kucharski-Howard, PT, DPT, MSM; Constance Inacio, PT, DPT, MEd, GCS, CEEAA; Beth Grill, Elizabeth Fuller, PT, MS, EdD; Steven Lachowski, PT, DPT, OCS 

UNIVERSITY: MCPHS University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Developing, managing, sustaining and monitoring IPE curriculum-based learning experiences have become a mainstay of health profession’s curriculum in order to meet/exceed accreditation requirements. By implementing some of the highlighted strategies, programs can be better prepared to meet IPE accreditation requirements while also preparing students for their future collaborative practice. 

Implementing a Framework Interprofessional Education in Graduate Public Health Programs2019-08-19T15:10:35+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Carole Kacius, PhD; Cynthia Stone, DrPH, MSN, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poster will highlight the implementation of a framework designed to equip public health students, as well as students in other health professions, to work together in teams to improve population health and healthcare outcomes. 

Filling the Gap: The importance of Preceptor Development and the Implementation of a Preceptor Newsletter2019-08-19T15:10:14+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Danielle Stefko, M.S.; Shannon Cole, DNP, FNP-BC; Melissa Hilmes, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Vanderbilt University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Effective interprofessional education engages participants in authentic clinical learning environments. In VPIL, students are placed in teams in community-based primary care, hospital-based primary care and sub specialty clinics to deliver patient care. The newsletter is an important tool used to deliver succinct information to communicate the goals of the program. 

Introduction to the Emergency Medicine Team Approach for Research and Healthcare Delivery: A Summer Immersion Experience for Medical Students2019-08-19T15:52:47+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: R. Lane Coffee, Jr., PhD, MS; Cherri Hobgood, MD; Stephen John Cico, MD, MEd 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The purpose of this summer experience for medical students is to expose them early in training to the interdisciplinary team concept of medical care delivery in the emergency department, to gain experience in the fast-paced world of the emergency department, and to provide an early exposure to emergency care research. 

A Multi-institutional Exploration of the Impact of Introductory Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T15:10:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Kelly LockemanPhD ; Anthony Breitbach, PhD, ATC, FASAHP; Tina GunaldoPhD, DPT, MHS; Ginge KettenbachPhD, PT, FNAP; Karen Pardue, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF ; Kathrin Eliot, PhD, RDN ; Amanda GoumasMPH, Sharon Lanning, DDS; Bernice MillsMS, RDH 

UNIVERSITY: Virginia Commonwealth University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Researchers at four U.S. institutions came together to form a collaborative to study introductory interprofessional courses and learning outcomes related to early learners. This research used a mixed-methods approach to compare multiple assessment tools and IPE delivery methods across unique and different contexts. 

The Role of Feedback in An Interprofessional Mock Paging Program for Practice Readiness2019-08-19T15:10:03+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: M. Kathryn Mutter, MD, MPH; James R. Martindale, PhD, Kathryn Pedersen, RN, MSN, CNLTimothy CunninghamDrPH, MSN, RN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Virginia 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study shares results of an interprofessional mock paging program for transition to practice between the Schools of Nursing and Medicine at the University of Virginia. Immediate feedback improved checklist scores compared to delayed feedback. Students reported finding the program both useful and valuable to their learning. 

Healthcare Students’ Abilities to Translate Interprofessional Education to Collaborative Practice2019-08-19T15:09:58+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Sally McCormack TuttPT, DPT, MPH, EdD 

UNIVERSITY: University of New England 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study explored if healthcare students that participated in an interprofessional education were able to transfer that skill to their clinical experience. There were statistical significances found between two points in time. However, the mean scores were higher immediately after classroom training when compared to after clinical experience. 

Innovating Interprofessional Education at a Pediatric Institution: The Start of a Hospital Wide Committee to Improve Interprofessional Education.2019-08-19T15:09:55+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Amanda Eichstaedt, MBA, BSN, RN-BC, CPNSarah Vetter, MS, CCC-SLP, MAEA 

UNIVERSITY: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Innovating Interprofessional Education at a Pediatric Institution: The Start of a Hospital Wide Committee to Improve Interprofessional Education poster overall goal is to highlight a pediatric institution start to promoting, developing, and implementing interprofessional education in their organization. 

Intentional Engagement of Graduate Students in Interprofessional Education: Work in-progress2019-08-19T15:09:51+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: H. Anne Pereira, PhD; Valerie Williams, PhD, MPA; Margaret RobinsonM.Ed. 

UNIVERSITY: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Engagement of biomedical sciences graduate students in interdisciplinary/interprofessional education programming can be achieved through methodical inclusion and invitation. Inclusion broadens our construct of the healthcare team and may improve overall outcomes. This work-in-progress demonstrates methods for graduate student engagement in campus-wide programming at a comprehensive academic health center. 

Interprofessional Education and Longitudinal Clinical Teams: Where the Rubber Hits the Road2019-08-19T15:09:46+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Sarah Tieman, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Longitudinal integrated clerkships offer unique opportunities for inter-professional education (IPE) students to work together providing patient focused continuity of care in the community setting. This small pilot demonstrates successful implementation of a clinical IPE student team with meaningful experiences in patient care, interdisciplinary teamwork and added value to the patient. 

Exploring IPE: Change Strategies to Influence an Interprofessional Culture2019-08-19T15:09:42+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Mandy Miller; Connie Evans, RN, MSN 

UNIVERSITYBritish Columbia Institute of Technology 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study is part of a quality improvement program to identify a multi-pronged strategy to influence a culture of interprofessional collaboration and support integration of IPE into curricula of a post-secondary institution. 

Responding to the Opioid Crisis: An Interprofessional Workshop for Future Prescribers2019-08-19T15:09:38+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Alexander Buchanan, MA; Laura Romito, DDS, MS, MBA; Cynthia Stone, DrPH, MSN, RN; Kelsey Binion, MA; Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: How to effectively address the opioid epidemic varies in IU’s health profession schools’ curriculum. Thus, this poster describes the creation and implement of an innovative IPE workshop with future healthcare prescribers. The framework provides an opportunity advance learners’ skills to address, treat, and screen those with an opioid use disorder. 

Training Director’s Perspectives on IPE: Present Affairs and Future Needs2019-08-19T15:09:35+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Heather BruschweinPsyD; Catherine Grus, PhD; William Robiner, PhD; Amy Seay, PhD Wendy Ward, PhD; Elizabeth Kalb, PhD, HSPP, MBA 

UNIVERSITY: University of Virginia 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poser reports on the results of a survey of training directors regarding current IPE activities, faculty involvement, barriers to this work and potential resources needed to enhance this training. This approach and results should be of interest to all who are involved with IPE and health care education. 

Student-led IPE: A Model for Student Engagement2019-08-19T15:09:30+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Margaret Robinson, M.Ed.; Melissa Craft, PhD, APRN-CNS, AOCN; Lin GoldstonMHA, CPHQ 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Missing from our campus interprofessional education (IPE) programming initiatives, from planning through implementation, was a vital voice: the student. This presentation will describe a method of student engagement by which other institutions can organize or augment their student-led interprofessional education initiatives. Examples of outcomes will be provided. 

Real-World Team Training Experiences for Entry-Level IPE Students2019-08-19T15:09:27+00:00

TRACK:  Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Brian Cross, PharmD, BCACP, CDE; Caroline Abercrombie, MD; Jodi Polaha, PhD; Alicia Williams, MA, CSAC; Amy JohnsonEdD 

UNIVERSITYEast Tennessee State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The clinical environment, using developed partnerships, can be integrated into the core IPE curriculum with appropriate planning, communication and resources. These environments provide a “real-world” experience with team-based processes of care for entry-level health professions students. 

Bridging the Academic-Practice Gap: Showcasing Interprofessional Collaboration using a Grand Rounds Seminar2019-08-19T15:08:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Ryan Butler, DNP, RN 

UNIVERSITYUniversity of Southern Indiana 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional Grand Rounds provide a model for bridging the theory to practice gap that currently exists in interprofessional education. This activity allows learners to engage with a diverse panel of healthcare professionals reviewing real patient cases, encouraging students to envision the implementation of interprofessional skills in their own practices. 

Study of Attitudes to IPE in the Academic Setting: Based on Survey from Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences (MNUMS) students.2019-08-19T15:08:02+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Azjargal Baatar, PhD, MSN 

UNIVERSITYMongolian National University of Medical Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In this study, participants identified personal, rather than systemic, factors as being more important in causing interprofessional conflict. This suggests that strengthening IPE educational programs could be as effective in resolving interprofessional conflicts as improving hospital collaboration systems. 

The Role of Advising in Interprofessional Education: A Proactive Approach2019-08-19T15:07:58+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Nicoll Hannaway, LCSW 

UNIVERSITY: University of Tennessee 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poster aims to show how having a dedicated faculty member for social work students increases participation and improves satisfaction with the program. 

Reflecting on a Two Year Longitudinal Interprofessional Collaborative Care Curriculum (IPCC) Across Five Colleges: Looking Back and Moving Forward2019-08-19T15:08:28+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Fiona Jensen, RN, BSN, MSN; Laura MacDonald, RDH, PhD; Moni Fricke, PhD, MSc, BMR(PT); Christine Ateah, PhD, RN 

UNIVERSITY: University of Manitoba 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The IPCC curriculum, offered in the first 2 years of health profession programs, is iterative and continues to be responsive to the feedback from students, faculty and College IP leads in the 5 Colleges. 

A Tale of Two Interprofessional Education Events: Exploring Concepts in Palliative Care with Students Using Interprofessional Workshops2019-08-19T15:07:49+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Jessica Boss Emshoff, PharmD, RPh, BCPS, BCGP; Cynthia Hovland, PhD, MSSW; Madalynn Wendland, PT, DPT, PCS, ATP, CKTP/CKTF; Joan NiederriterPhD, MSN, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Northeast Ohio Medical University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: All patients, and therefore, all health professionals, will encounter grief and loss. Two interprofessional education events were conducted approximately one year apart to introduce the students of multiple health disciplines to the impact grief can have on their patients and how to best utilize their team members in this setting. 

Evaluating Student Perceptions Using Two Interprofessional Assessment Tools Following Didactic and Clinical Interventions at a Comprehensive Academic Health Center2019-08-19T15:07:43+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Vincent Dennis, PharmD, BCACP, CDE; Dale BratzlerDO, MPH, MACOI, FIDSA; Melissa Craft, PhD, APRN-CNS, AOCN; Stephen Neely, MPH 

UNIVERSITY: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Assessment of didactic and clinical student cohorts from seven colleges included randomization to complete one of two validated interprofessional survey instruments. Interprofessional outpatient clinical team care delivery produced significant increases in perceptions for the teamwork, roles and responsibilities subdomain of the Interprofessional Attitudes Scale from baseline and post-didactic group learning. 

Collaboration Between Community Partners and Four Health Professional Schools to Address the Opioid Crisis through Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T15:07:39+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Katie RonaldPharmD, BCPS 

UNIVERSITY: Southern Illinois University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A one-day opioid crisis IPE experience created in conjunction with community partners resulted in significant improvement in knowledge of opioid topics and treating patients with OUD in addition to significant improvement in student perception of IPE competency attainment. 

The Evolution of a Large Interprofessional Education Program: Lessons Learned from Training Thousands of Health Professional Students2019-08-19T15:07:35+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Elizabeth Blake, PharmD, BCPS; Teri Browne, PhD, MSW, NSW-C; Jennifer Bailey, MEd; Rebecca Christopher, MSW; Selina Hunt McKinney, PhD, APRN, P/MHNP-BC; Beverly Baliko, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC 

UNIVERSITY: University of South Carolina 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poster will explore the diverse training techniques used in one large Southeastern United States public university to deliver interprofessional education to health professional students from eleven disciplines. 

Opioid Use Disorder Training Modules: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Prepare an Interprofessional Work Force2019-08-19T15:53:22+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Kristen Rundell, MD; Ericka Bruce, MSEd; Margaret GrahamPhD, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN 

UNIVERSITY: The Ohio State College of Medicine 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The purpose of our multiple disciplinary created training modules is to provide evidence-based training in Opioid Use Disorder prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, emphasizing Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), to primary care providers and other healthcare professionals to ensure an interprofessional work force prepared to address the opioid epidemic. 

Interprofessional Education: Taking Active Learning Online2019-08-19T15:52:39+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Joanne Davies, PhD; Louisa FrickerMLIS 

UNIVERSITY: University of Alberta 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poster presents guiding principles, practical tips, and examples of how to deliver active learning online in an interprofessional healthcare education course with a focus on synchronous teamwork activities occurring in a live web conferencing environment. 

Integrating IPE Curricula and Assessment Tools Across Institutions: Development of an Interprofessional Education Coalition2019-08-19T15:07:22+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Chad LairamorePT, PhD; Wendy Ward, PhDKathryn Neil, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Central Arkansas 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An in-state interprofessional education coalition benefitted two institutions (a large academic health center and a primarily undergraduate university) with event design, implementation of IPE curricula, assessment of IPE, and provided opportunities to fill gaps related to unique needs of different mixes of trainees between the two institutions. 

A Qualitative Study Exploring Healthcare Facilitators’ Perceptions in Delivering Interprofessional Activities2019-08-19T15:07:17+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Alla El-Awaisi, MPharm, MRPharmS, MSc 

UNIVERSITY: Qatar University College of Pharmacy 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This qualitative study aims is to explore facilitators’ perceptions and experiences in delivering IPE and to identify the enablers and barriers faced during the facilitation of IPE activities. 

A Comparison of Nursing and Physical Therapy Students Perceptions of Care Priorities in Community Health2019-08-19T15:07:13+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Shala Cunningham, PT, DPT, PhD; Cynthia CunninghamRN, MSN CHSE 

UNIVERSITY: Radford University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study explored physical therapy and nursing students unique perceptions’ of care priorities and their focus for the patient’s care plan based on a written case study. Students from both professions agreed on patients potential problems. The groups differed on the data to be collected and the optimal care plan. 

Implementation of an Interinstitutional Interprofessional Education Curriculum: Strategies for Creating Sustainable and Valuable Student Experiences2019-08-19T15:07:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Brittany Daulton, PhD; Gary Ulrich, DO, FAOAO, FACOS; Taihung Duong, PhD; Courtney Huynh, Randall Stevens, MD; Douglas Stevens, PA-C; Christine Delnat, MSN, RN; Felicia Stewart, FNP-C, RN-BC; Andrea PfeifleEdD, PT, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation will describe the experience of the Indiana University School of Medicine-Terre Haute and the Indiana University Interprofessional Practice and Education Center in implementing the IU TEACH! IPE curriculum in partnership with Indiana State University and St Mary-of-the-Woods College. Student reactions and preliminary learning outcome data will be provided. 

An Arts-based Awareness Activity about Diversity in Interprofessionalism2019-08-19T15:07:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: William Gordon, DMin, MDiv, BS; Lori Thuente, PhD, RN; Catherine Gierman-Riblon, DSc, RN 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Using visual arts as a format for teaching about and discussing diversity on interprofessional teams moves the learning outside of the classroom and into the community. The Faces of IP project at Rosalind Franklin University demonstrates the results and outlines the sorts of interprofessional topics such a display evokes. 

Overcoming Hurdles to Deliver Meaningful Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T15:53:24+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Angela Stewart, Megan Willson, Sandy Carollo, MSN, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Washington State University College of Nursing 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A core IPE curricular model is described. Curriculum is founded on the IPEC core competencies and clear learning objectives, which make it scalable and exportable to multiple campus locations with varied health professions participating. Solutions to the major challenges in implementation of an IPE curriculum will be shared. 

An Interprofessional Approach to Launching a Serious Game Investigating Nursing Career Pathways2019-08-19T15:09:22+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Martha Sexton, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toledo 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A prototype of a serious game was developed to help potential nursing students discover the pathway into nursing that they will most likely find success. A unique interprofessional approach in game development was employed including professionals and students from the areas of Business, Engineering, Graphic Design, 3D Animation and Nursing. 

Interprofessional Professionalism Tool Kit Fosters Collaboration for Positive Health Outcomes2019-08-19T15:52:45+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Loretta Nunez, M.A., AuD, CCC-A/SLP, ASHA Fellow, FNAP; Catherine L. Grus, PhD: Jody S. Frost, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA, FNAP; Jeffery Stewart, DDS, MS 

UNIVERSITY: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Interprofessional Professionalism (IPP) Tool Kit (IPC, 2018) is applicable to interprofessional education and practice (IPECP). The IPP Tool Kit includes the Interprofessional Professionalism Assessment (IPA), case scenarios, and instructional guidance for faculty and practitioner use in education and practice. Teaching strategies for optimal clinical education will be highlighted. 

Assessment of a “Curriculum” of Meaningful Synchronous Distance IPE Activities2019-08-19T15:06:43+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Kimberley Begley, PharmD, RPh; Katie Packard, PharmD, MS, BCPS, AACC; Amy Pick, PharmD, MS, BCOP; Ann Ryan Haddad, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Incorporating IPE into a curriculum is an opportunity to develop communication skills and collaboration among health profession students. With evolving technology, synchronous distance IPE is a model that can be adapted and easily used in programs. Assessment of these interactions show promise as positive, meaningful learning activities. 

Wheezy Will and His Two Dads: Embedding Inclusion into Interprofessional Education2019-08-19T15:49:53+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Noel Pendergast, MPH, BPEd; Kathryn Hayward, MN; Sarah Campbell-Bligh, P.Dt., M.Ad.Ed.(c); Doug Ferkol 

UNIVERSITY: Dalhousie University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In this presentation we will share our experiences of embedding inclusivity in case development for interprofessional simulation. In the case, teams of health professional learners work together to care for a young boy, Will, and his dads. 

Client Centered Simulation: Practicing Interprofessional Teamwork with Standardized Patients.2019-08-19T15:06:34+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: E Adel Herge, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA; Courtney Newsome, BSW; Richard Hass, PhDAbegale Nelson, BA; Caitlin CadematoriBS, OTS; Sarah Libros, Neal Geosits, BA 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This poster presents Team Care Planning, a standardized patient simulation which provides students the opportunity to work in interprofessional teams in a simulated discharge meeting. Participants will learn how this activity provides practice for teamwork skills along with methods to evaluate student competence in interprofessional communication and collaboration. 

Merging Ethical Principles in Pediatric Case Discussions with Both Nursing and Pharmacy Students2019-08-19T15:53:11+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Kelly HantakMSN, RN, CPN; Stephanie Cris, PharmD, BCACP, BCGP 

UNIVERSITY: St. Louis College of Pharmacy 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Second year nursing and pharmacy students collaborated with medical ethics discussions centered around real-life pediatric cases to bolster the knowledge and application of ethical principles using an Ethical Dilemma Documentation Tool. 

Role Clarity amongst Doctor of Physical Therapy and Doctor of Athletic Training Students Following a Guided, Collaborative Session2019-08-19T15:04:36+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Bradley Jackson, MS; Jeremy Houser, DPT, OCS; Matthew Rivera, DAT; Zachary Winkleman, MPH, PhD; Lindsey Eberman MS-AT, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This instructional strategy highlights how to coordinate a guided, collaborative session of programs that were delivered through different means (online and traditional formats) to improve the learner’s knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of athletic training and physical therapy as healthcare professions focused on the wellness of the physically active. 

Cross-Cultural Interprofessional Service-Learning: How Collaboration Across Colleges and Countries Impacts Student Learning, Patient and Volunteer Satisfaction2019-08-19T15:04:32+00:00

TRACKEducation 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

AUTHORS: Patricia Devine, PharmD; Courtney Cox, PharmD; Sarah Lenahan, PharmD 

UNIVERSITYButler University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Healthcare and software engineering students from the United States created an EMR to improve clinic processes abroad and increase student learning. While in the Dominican Republic, healthcare students from both countries collaborated to develop a medical clinic. This poster reports on students learning, cultural-awareness, and user and patient satisfaction. 

Interprofessional Content to Connect Clinical Education Field Experience by College of Health Sciences Student Interns2019-08-19T15:04:26+00:00

TRACK: Education

ROOM: Grand Ballroom  

AUTHORS: Mick Kaminsky, D.Sc, ATC 

UNIVERSITY: Lasell College 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Schools with connected learning environments provide opportunities to link academic achievement with community-based field experience. Increasingly, learner success is dependent upon their ability to collaborate on an interprofessional healthcare team. This study details the integration of interprofessional education and practice with a college’s school of health sciences student internship courses. 

Bridging the Gap between Education & Clinical Practice: An Interprofessional Clinical Experience for Students2019-08-19T15:04:18+00:00

TRACK: Education  

ROOM: Grand Ballroom

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Maritza Dominguez, MPT, CKTP, CBIS, PT  

UNIVERSITY: University of Central Arkansas 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Graduate students in the fields of PT, OT, and SLP participating in an Interprofessional Clinical Experience (IPCE) during a clinical rotation experienced an increased awareness of the roles of other professions and the importance of interprofessional collaboration. 

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Adapting the Sustainable Health Systems Transformation Model for Leaders in Clinical Healthcare settings: What are Core Competencies for Clinical Practice Leaders that Promote Interprofessional Care2019-08-19T15:03:45+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 1

AUTHORS: Keith Adamson, PhD, MSWRachelle Aschroft, PhD, MSW 

UNIVERSITY: University of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop will aim to use previous foundational work on leadership competencies to develop a preliminary framework for clinical leadership competencies for interprofessional practice in healthcare settings. The proposed competency framework will help expand our understanding of what is essential to further develop collaborative leadership in practice. 

IPE Initiatives: Successful Engagement in an Online Environment2019-08-19T16:35:16+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 2

AUTHORS: Laurie ShandersonPhD, MPA, FACHE; Wittney Jones, PhD, MEd; Judy Palmer, PhD, MSN, RN, PHN 

UNIVERSITY: Northcentral University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: IPE is well established as being significant in many disciplines and its relevance is accepted by many educators. Nevertheless, implementing IPE in non-traditional educational settings has proven to be challenging. Contemporary educational methods require innovative solutions to infuse IPE into various learning modalities and facilitate IPE that reaches all students. 

Bringing the Team Huddle to Allied Health Science Graduate Students: An Innovative Take on an IPE Workshop2019-08-19T16:35:45+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 3

AUTHORSChalee Engelhard, EdD, MBA, GCS Emeritus, John Patel, Christian Drennen, BA, Gideon Labiner, MS 

UNIVERSITY: University of Cincinnati 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This session will walk learners through a journey of developing an online graduate level IPE workshop with synchronous and asynchronous learning touchpoints. The session will promote networking among learners and development of an individualized IPE implementation plan. 

Theory Use in Interprofessional Education and Practice2019-08-19T16:36:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 4

AUTHORS: Barbara Maxwell, PhD, DPT, PT, MSc, Cert THE, FNAP 

UNIVERSITY: A.T. Still University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop will assist participants in building theoretical frameworks for their interprofessional work. Exposing them to theories drawn from many academic fields, e.g. education, psychology, sociology, and providing opportunity for them to discuss how real-life cases, and their own interprofessional work may be informed by the application of theory. 

Transforming Interprofessional Organizational Culture: A Shared Leadership and Membership Story2019-08-19T16:36:27+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Jody Frost, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA, FNAP; Michelle TrosethMSN, RN, FNAP, FAAN; Satya Verma, OD, FAAO, DPNAP; Melanie Bowzer 

UNIVERSITY: National Academies of Practice, Pennsylvania College, AMR Management Services 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This symposia focuses on the leadership story of an organization under stress that re-energized its volunteer members, embraced shared leadership strategies, and engaged in self-assessment to effect cultural change. Opportunities are provided for participants to share their organizational journey with others while considering new possibilities to facilitate cultural change. 

Creating a Path: Mentorship in IPECP2019-08-19T16:36:46+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L; Terri Fowler, DNP, APRN, FNP-C; Heather Hageman, MBA; Elizabeth Kalb, PhD, HSPP, MBA; Kelly LockemanPhD; Mary Mauldin, EdD; Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP; Julie RonnebaumDPT, PhD; Shelene Thomas, PT, DPT, EdD, GCS; Pamela Waynick-Rogers, DNP, APRN-BC 

UNIVERSITY: Creighton University, Medical University of South Carolina, Washington University, University of Southern Indiana, Virginia Commonwealth University, Indiana University, Des Moines University, Regis University, Vanderbilt University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Educators need guidance to navigate challenges in IPECP where the path for implementation and leadership IPE is not always clear. This session will share the experience of the 2018-2019 cohort of the AIHC Mentoring Program and engage participants in reflection and discussion about the importance of mentoring in IPECP. 

IPE and IPP Big 10 Collaboration: The Time is Right2019-08-19T16:37:03+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORS: Karen Farris, PhD; Laura Smith, PhD, DPT; Heather Brennan Congdon, PharmD; Brittany Daulton, PhD; Mark Fitzgerald, DDS, MS; Mary Keehn, PT, DPT, MHPE; Ghaidaa Najjar, PhD, PharmD; Brian Sick, MD; Zach Weber, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, CDE; Melissa Gross, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Michigan – Flint 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Sufficient momentum in IPE in the Big Ten exists to warrant consideration of a collaborative, coordinated approach to advancing IPE and IPP. This collaborative symposium serves as an example of how regional groups may share their practices to effectively address complicated IPE issues through an interactive session 

The Use of Inter-professional Collaboration in Raising Awareness of Patient’s Rights and Responsibilities in the Healthcare System: King Saud University Experience2019-08-19T16:37:29+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Latifah Almater, RN, PhDMaha Fahad Saja, PhD; Lobna AL JuffaliPhD; Haya AlmalagPhD; Hana AlzamilPhD; Faten AlzamelPhD 

UNIVERSITY: King Saud University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: King Saud University experience in designing a patient safety educational event using inter-professional collaboration and its impact on students and faculty 

The Pharmacy Compounding Lab as a Destination for Student-Led Interprofessional Education and Personalized Medicine2019-08-19T16:51:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Emily Darst, PharmD; Damianne Brand-Eubanks, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Washington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: A unique student-teach-student model in the setting of the compounding pharmacy lab allows for immersive interprofessional collaboration across disciplines to optimize treatment via personalized medicine. Participants will collaborate to assess and diagnose a patient, then select an appropriate compounded formulation based on the evaluation and patient-specific factors. 

Improvements in Interprofessional Knowledge among Healthcare Profession Students Participating in a Multi-University Virtual Inter-Professional Education Collaboration2019-08-19T15:02:26+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Dawn Joosten-HagyePhD, LCSW; Mary ShowstarkM.S., PA-C; Andrew C. Wiss, EdMDiana M. BurdernDNP, FNP-BC; Cheryl Resnik, PT, DPT; Erin Embry, MPA, MS CCC-SLP; Anita Perr, PhD, OT/L, ATP, FAOTA 

UNIVERSITY: Yale University Online Physician Assistant Program 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional education is a formative tool for the future interaction of day to day practice working with peers and patients. Not all institutions have access to multiple subspecialties. With the utilization of virtual, cloud-based technologies, any university or institution may create a virtual interprofessional learning platform. 

Multi-Disciplinary Simulation Training Reduces Restraint Use in the Emergency Department: A Pilot Study2019-08-19T15:02:16+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Brad Gable, MD; Megan Schabbing, MD 

UNIVERSITY: OhioHealth 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This pilot simulation study shows that a multi-disciplinary simulation-based curriculum can provide necessary information and techniques to staff. Additionally, this curriculum appears to have not only a positive impact on staff attitudes toward agitated patients, but also improved patient outcomes as well. 

Using Situational Judgment Tests to Assessment Interprofessional Collaboration and Teamwork2019-08-19T15:02:08+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Erik Black, PhD; Carrone Rush, Matthew Prewett, PhD; Bailey Schrock, MA; Amy Blue, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Florida 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Healthcare’s evolution towards integrated IP practice necessitates the need for varied, robust methods for assessing interprofessional skills. This oral presentation describes an interprofessional Situational Judgment Test. It will provide an introduction to this method of assessment, situate the method within IPE and detail the development of an IP SJT. 

What is in a Name: Would a Competency by any Other Name Look the Same?2019-08-19T15:02:01+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Sally Decker, PhD, MSN, CNE; Niall Stevens, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, Saginaw Valley State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: When mapped, US and Canadian frameworks differ most from UK and international frameworks in emphasis on the reflection process and on implementation of team assessment/plans. The language of competency versus capacity and interprofessional education. 

Results of a Longitudinal Continuity-of-Care Telemedicine Interprofessional Simulations Using Remotely Operated Biomedical Telepresence Systems (ROBOTS) on Interprofessional Competency2019-08-19T15:01:54+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Eric Johnson, MD; Richard Van Eck, PhD; Jon Allen, MD: Darlene Hanson, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Three telehealth scenarios with over 300 students in 5 professions were run. Three debriefings and two focus groups were coded and analyzed, resulting in four major themes: Simulation Experience, Roles and Relationships, Technology, and Simulation Value. Students found the sessions valuable for interprofessional experience, telemedicine training, and continuity of care 

Occupational Therapy/Respiratory Therapy Collaboration: Understanding Roles and Early Mobility Simulation2019-08-19T15:01:48+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Jessica Mason, OTD, MS-OT; Mary Kay Arvin, OTD; Jody Delp, Julie Morgan, Wesley Phy 

UNIVERSITY: University of Southern Indiana 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Occupational and respiratory therapists work collaboratively as part of early mobility teams in intensive care units. Students should learn each other’s roles and purpose to best work collaboratively. The purpose of this study was to explore perceptions of students regarding a peer teaching experience between occupational and respiratory therapy students. 

Bridging the Healthcare Gap through Interprofessional Collaboration2019-08-19T15:01:41+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Daniela Lobo, MD, FAAFP; Javier Sevilla Martir, MD; Katherine Griffin, BA, BS 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic allows for comprehensive and multi-disciplinary approach to medical care for patients with special emphasis in caring for the underserved population in our community. The clinic also teaches learners early in their training how to collaborate with others to reach common and higher goals 

Strength in Numbers: Co-creation and Implementation of Evaluation Measures for Interprofessional Education in Clinical Settings across a Large Urban Network2019-08-19T15:01:32+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Robyn Davies, BHScPTMAppScPT, FCAMT Dean LisingBSc, BScPTMHSc; 

Elizabeth Hanna, MHScDarlene Hubley, BSc, OTReg(Ont); Voula ChristofilosBASc, MEd, RD; Vera Gueorguieva, MSN 

UNIVERSITY: Sinai Health System 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Following an environmental scan to establish current practice of the evaluation of SIPE placements a standardized pool of questions was created and piloted across six hospital organizations providing a better means to understand the impact of these placements. Preliminary results suggest a strong level of acceptance by users. 

Learning without Borders: A Qualitative Exploration of a Service-learning Collaboration Between Healthcare, Software Engineering Students in the United States and Dominican Republic2019-08-19T15:01:22+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Patricia Devine, PharmD; Courtney Cox, PharmD; Sarah Lenahan, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Butler University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Healthcare and software engineering students from the United States created an electronic medical record to improve clinic processes abroad and increase student learning. While in the Dominican Republic, healthcare students from both countries collaborated to bring to fruition a medical clinic. This presentation reports on students’ learning and cultural awareness. 

Effects of an Interprofessional Emergent Writing Intervention for Preschoolers2019-08-19T15:00:49+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Danika Pfeiffer, MSLP; Stacey Pavelko, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Kennedy Krieger Institute, The John Hopkins University School of Medicine 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Graduate speech-language pathology and occupational therapy students participated in an interprofessional education experience. Working in interprofessional pairs or individually, graduate students implemented emergent writing interventions with preschoolers. Graduate students’ development of interprofessional competencies following this experience are compared across conditions as well as changes in preschoolers’ writing skills. 

Interprofessional Week: An Educational Strategy to Promote Interprofessional Education in the Academic Setting2019-08-19T15:00:41+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Kathy Hetzler, DNP, MSN; Kara Cecil, DrPH, MPH; Elizabeth Moore, PhD; Briyana Morrell, MSN; Alison Nichols, OTD, MOT; Jane Toon, DNP, MSN; Jennifer Carmack, DNP, MSN; Jessica Jochum, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Indianapolis 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional Week, a series of interprofessional education activities, included 229 students from various healthcare professions at a private Midwestern university. The impact of the educational innovation was captured by assessing participants’ attitudes toward interprofessional education along with a comparison of these attitudes according to the type of learning activities completed. 

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Delivered at One University Through Interprofessionalism2019-08-19T15:00:34+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Jennifer Todd, MSW, LCSW; Renee Bauer, PhD, MS, RN; Andreas Kummerow, MS, RN, CNE; Robyn Lugar, MSW, ACSW; Raymond ContrerasPA 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Despite the recommendations for use, SBIRT remains limited in the health care setting. One university took the task of initiating a training program with success. The round table discussion will describe the process and various professional disciplines who worked together to address addictions training in an academic setting. 

SimUAB: – A Robust Interprofessional Faculty Development Program for Simulation2019-08-19T15:00:25+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Dawn Taylor Peterson, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: The University of Alabama at Birmingham 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional faculty development programs based on international standards of best practice can lead to buy-in from faculty and staff who partner with the simulation center to help sustain high-quality simulation courses. SimUAB is an example of such a program and has trained over 750 facilitators from 17 different professions. 

Patients are Fantastic IPE facilitators! Youth Facilitators Teach Students in the Health Professions about Collaborative Care for Successful Transition to Adulthood for Youth with Childhood Onset Disabilities2019-08-19T15:00:16+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Darlene Hubley, BSc, OTReg(Ont); Desiree Dacosta, Melissa Thorne, Dolly Menna-Dack 

UNIVERSITY: Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and the University of Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Youth Facilitators at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital successfully co-created and co-facilitated new IPE curriculum for students in the health professions on the topic of collaborative approaches to care for youth with childhood onset disability who are in transition to adulthood. Patients as IPE facilitators have impact and motivate learners. 

Principles of Legal Prescribing: Enhancing Patient Safety through Interprofessional Collaboration2019-08-19T15:00:10+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Bethany SibbittPharmD; Deborah PolingPhD, RN, FNP-BC, CNE 

UNIVERSITY: Wright State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation provides information about an innovative IPE event “Principles of Legal Prescribing.” Learn how pharmacy, medical, advanced practice nursing students and faculty from all three disciplines unraveled medication safety scenarios, using team based learning, collaboration, interprofessional team building and communication. Study results will be shared, as well as lessons learned. 

Creating and Incentivizing IPE Under/Graduate Certificates By Leveraging Student Demand and Institutional Readiness2019-08-19T15:00:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Michael Oldani, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Concordia University Wisconsin 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interactive presentation describing the genesis and implementation of an under/graduate IPE Certificate pathway. Case studies/assessment data show certificates incentivize health and social care students to engage in more meaningful and intentional interprofessional competency building. A descriptive road map for attendees to envision their own IPE pathway/certification at their institution/program. 

Interprofessional Education for Social Work, Public Health, and Law Students: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Collaboration and Its Challenges2019-08-19T14:59:52+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Stephanie Quiring, JD; M. Killian Kinney, MSW, LSW; Heather McCabe, MSW, JD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Despite the demand for interprofessional collaboration to address healthcare policy issues, interprofessional education opportunities at the macro-level are scarce. To address this need, a pilot interprofessional graduate seminar for social work, law, and public health students was developed. Students’ collaborative experiences, challenges, and pedagogical and professional implications are discussed. 

Bridging the Gap in Childhood Carries Prevention: The Missing “T” in HEENT2019-08-19T14:59:43+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Susan Eley, Stacey Roberts, Melissa Sims, Debra Vincent 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Oral care screenings are part of comprehensive care and essential for vulnerable populations. It is proposed to add a “T” representing teeth, to the EMR (HEENT) exam improving detection of dental caries in at-risk patients. Most states offer providers free training and certifications for oral assessment and fluoride varnish application. 

Preventing Community-Acquired Pressure Injury in Spinal Cord Injury: Interprofessional Health Care Provider Perspectives2019-08-19T14:59:32+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Lisa Burkhart, PhD, RN, ANEF 

UNIVERSITY: Loyola University ChicagoCenter of Innovation for Complex Chronic Healthcare, Hines VA 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This qualitative descriptive study of the interprofessional team caring for individuals with spinal cord injury compares provider perspectives of their own and their patients’ behaviors, challenges, and willingness to engage in community acquired pressure injury prevention. Findings support the development of a decision support tool for outpatient spinal cord injury. 

Improving Joy in Work Through Interprofessional Collaboration2019-08-19T14:59:20+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS:  Katie Sniffen, MS, ATC; Joyce Shively, DNP, MSN 

UNIVERSITY: Saint Louis University, University of Missouri 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This quality improvement project highlights the application of K&Co’s Health Care Team Fitness Tool as a team-based care improvement process for improving employees’ perceived joy in work. A General Internal Medicine Clinic partnered with the university’s Center for Interprofessional Education and Research to meaningfully design and execute this project. 

Relational Tensions, Roles, and Contributions among Healthcare Providers in Medical Error Disclosure2019-08-19T14:58:30+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Mandy Jones, MS, PharmD; James A. Ballard, EdD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Kentucky, Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Researchers from five disciplines examined communication tensions among interprofessional healthcare providers regarding medical error disclosure using patient simulation. How these tensions manifested in both one-on-one and team-based disclosure will be discussed, as well as perceptions of transparency between both models and the contributions of non-physician team members in disclosure conversations. 

Measuring Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Competencies: A Validity Study of the Jefferson Teamwork Observation Guide®2019-08-19T14:58:20+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 310

AUTHORS: Shoshana SicksEdM; Elena Umland, PharmD; Richard Hass, PhD; Amanda Koch, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University, Human Resources Research Organization 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The Jefferson Teamwork Observation Guide® (JTOG®) is a competency-based assessment tool evaluating collaboration in educational and practice settings. Studying its content validity affirmed it measures the intended core competencies of interprofessional collaborative practice, reinforcing its potential to fill a gap in the measurement literature and help meet the Quadruple Aim. 

The IPE Introductory Course: Getting it Right2019-08-19T14:33:50+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Kristin VictoroffDDS, PhD; Ellen LuebbersMD 

UNIVERSITY: Case Western Reserve University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Institutions frequently choose to offer an introductory course for early learners as the first component of their IPE curriculum. Although the idea of an introductory course seems straightforward, it can be challenging to “get it right”. We share lessons learned from one institution’s effort to optimize an IPE introductory course. 

5:00 PM Adjourn
6:00 PM After Hours Excursions
Wednesday, October 23
7:00 AM Registration Opens
8:00 AM Closing Keynote Address with Breakfast
10:00 AM
A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Miscarriage Management in the Emergency Department Practice2019-08-19T15:12:31+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Kimberly Chernoby, MD, JD  

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We set out to improve Emergency Department miscarriage management in a large academic health center. To affect this change we employed physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and administrators across departments. As a result, we were able to implement a new protocol and provide hands on training to over 100 physicians. 

Deconstructing Competency-Based Assessment in Interprofessional Education: A Matrix Model2019-08-19T14:58:11+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 1

AUTHORS: Susan Wagner, BSc (SPA), MSc (CD), Reg. CASLPO, S-LP(C); Brian Simmons, BS, BM, FRCPC, FAAP 

UNIVERSITY: University of TorontoSunnybrook Health Sciences Centre 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop explores a comprehensive new model of IPE assessment. It considers the design and implementation of assessment focusing on a matrix including structure (individual), function (team) and outcome (task). This clinical competency continuum matrix is illustrated employing the concepts of milestones and entrusted professional activities in a performance framework. 

Innovative Teaching: Development and Implementation of an Interprofessional Health Care Escape Room2019-08-19T14:58:02+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 2

AUTHORS: Cheri Friedrich, DNP, RN, CPNP-PC; Ally Taubenheim, BSN, RN; Brian Sick, MD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Minnesota 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In this workshop, we will present the implementation of an interprofessional escape room, a type of serious game in which teams of participants solve a series of health care related puzzles tescape the room. This workshop will enable attendees to develop interprofessional escape rooms at their universities. 

The Sloppy Mountain Medical Center Escape-Room Challenge: A Novel Interprofessional Educational Online Game to Build Collaborative Problem-Solving and Teamwork Skills2019-08-19T14:57:53+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 3

AUTHORS: Jeffrey Borckardt, PhD; Dusti Annan-Coultas, EdD; Mary Mauldin, EdD 

UNIVERSITY: Medical University of South Carolina 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Sloppy Mountain Medical Center is an online, interprofessional-education escape-room game. Players must exercise excellent collaborative problem-solving skills in order to be successful. Workshop participants will play this interactive game and evaluate its value in educational curricula. Each participant will need a laptop computer connected to the wireless internet to play. 

“Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast”: Organization and System Level Considerations for Successful Implementation of Interprofessional Education (IPE) Curricula2019-08-19T14:57:41+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 4

AUTHORS: Monica Gretchen, RN, BSN, MAdmin; Meghan McDonald, RN, MN, PhD(c) 

UNIVERSITY: Saskatchewan Polytechnic 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Integration of IPE curricula into health programs prepares health professionals to work withinpatient/family centered interdisciplinary teams, and informs strategies to address healthcare quality improvement challenges. Understanding organizational and systems factors affecting IPE integration will allow participants to share insights and strategies to support sustainable IPE implementation across healthcare curricula 

Building an Interprofessional Curriculum Framework–A Hands On Workshop2019-08-19T14:57:31+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Wendy L. Ward, PhD, ABPP; Kathryn Neill, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Transformative learning theory applied to aligned professional competency development provides opportunity to create a longitudinal interprofessional curriculum framework for a diverse group of learners. Both didactic and experiential learning activities can be integrated within this foundational structure 

Use the Structure of Team Meetings to Facilitate the Development of Collaboration Skills2019-08-19T14:57:20+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORSJessica Barreca, PT, DPT; Katie Sniffen, MS, ATC  

UNIVERSITYSaint Louis University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop will share one approach to integrating effective team meeting skills development across an undergraduate interprofessional education curriculum. These efforts prepare foundational learners with a collaborative skillset that can be translated into clinical contexts during graduate experiences and professional patient care. 

Interprofessional Continuing Education for Optimal Health Outcomes2019-08-19T14:57:11+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORS: Dimitra Travlos, PharmD; Jessica BurkybileMSN, RN-BC, CPN; Kim Denny, MS; Laura Lindberg, MS, CPHQ 

UNIVERSITY: Joint Accreditation for Interprofessional Continuing Education, Carle Foundation Hospital, Indiana University School of Medicine, Press Ganey 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In summary, this interactive panel presentation will depict a collaboration across education and professions. Attendees will apply the recommended principles to create and implement a successful IPCE program that can lead to effective IPCP and subsequently positive outcomes 

Self-actualization: The Key to Sustainable Inter-professionalism2019-08-19T14:57:00+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Poorna GunasekeraMBBS, MSc; Glen Crust, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Plymouth 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Evolving challenges to the effective delivery of Interprofessional Learning (IPL) is contributing to poor quality in the delivery of care, and high levels of stress and burnout among students and professionals. This symposium will explore a new approach founded on self-actualization of individuals as a response to this challenge. 

Preparing Healthcare Professionals for the Role as a ‘Virtualist’: Interprofessional Telelearning/Telehealth Experience with Medical, Pharmacy, Occupational and Physical Therapy Students from the University of Sciences and Drexel University2019-08-19T14:56:45+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Elizabeth Speakman, EdD, RN, ANEF, FNAP, FAAN; Dana FarabuaghMD; James Yarrish, MS 

UNIVERSITY: University of the Sciences, Drexel University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Using virtual platforms like ZOOM for interprofessional learning opportunities, can mitigate the logistic challenges associated with in-person interprofessional experiences, support today’s student who learns best in technology rich environments, reinforce the mastery of telehealth competencies, and prepare students for the high technology practice environments of the 21st century. 

Interprofessional Education in Action: Competency-based Experiential Learning2019-08-19T14:56:26+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Diane Connelly, PhD, MScPT 

UNIVERSITY: Western University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Shifting focus from ‘Exposure’ level IPE activities in health professional academic settings to ‘Competencies’ for entry-to-practice. The purpose of this pilot project is to assess feasibility of facilitating patient-centered student-student learner interaction in a meaningful clinical setting, and assess student achievement of discipline-specific interprofessional competencies. 

Developing an IPE Focused Medical Mission Experience: Mapping for Success2019-08-19T14:56:11+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Charrell Porter, PharmD, BCACP; Madeline King, PharmD, BCIDP; John Robert Patro Jr., OTD, OTR/L 

UNIVERSITY: University of the Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Traditional medical missions incorporate IPE that is often limited to the time participants provide care abroad. With a longitudinal medical mission IPE curriculum, students affirm their professional identities while learning about the roles of other practitioners. The repetition of IPE ingrains the necessity of interprofessional collaboration in positive patient outcomes. 

Two Birds with One Stone: Using SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral for Treatment) to Promote Interprofessional Collaboration2019-08-19T14:54:46+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Barbara Richardson, PhD, RN; Brenda Bray, BPharm, MPH; Megan Willson, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Washington State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Students from seven health professions (n=1,255) were trained to implement SBIRT and practice interprofessional collaboration. Evaluation surveys indicate SBIRT practice with standardized patients provided a realistic IP learning opportunity, allowing teams of students to learn about the roles and responsibilities of various team members while practicing communication and teamwork skills. 

Marrying Technology and Art to Facilitate Learner Engagement within Structured Collaborative Learning Placements2019-08-19T14:54:36+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Lindsay Beavers, PT, MPT, BScKinMelissa Goddard, OT Reg, BA, BEdMScOTTina Stewart, BAScRD;  Lauren Noronha, OT.Reg.; Julia FilinskiPT; Jessica Casey, OT Reg.; Kaitlyn Vingoe, RN, BScN, MN 

UNIVERSITY: St. Michael’s Hospital, Unity Health Toronto 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: In an integrated health network with physically separate sites, there is a disparity in the variety and total number of learners with access to structured IPE placements. We successfully trialed an arts-based learning pedagogy using teleconferencing technology to increase learner capacity and reduce inequity of opportunity for learners. 

Attitudes Towards Working in Teams: Are we Measuring What We Intended to Measure?2019-08-19T14:54:30+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Tara Dickson, PT, DPT; Kim Hoggatt Krumwiede, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: UT Southwestern Medical Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Student responses to two survey instruments interested in attitudes towards working in healthcare teams were analyzed using item response theory. The analysis revealed that both tools demonstrate discriminatory ability for students who test very low in terms of attitudes, signaling limited validity of the instruments and a ceiling effect. 

Interprofessional Health Assessment Simulation: Bringing Together Oral Health and Primary Care Learners2019-08-19T14:54:21+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Debbie Shockey, DNP, RN, CPNP; Dana Burns, DNP, FNP-BC; Sharon Lanning, DDS; Kelly LockemanPhD; Carla Nye, DNP, RN, CPNP-PC, CNE; Tammy Swecker, BSDH, MEd; Alan Dow, MD, MSHA 

UNIVERSITY: Virginia Commonwealth University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Students from dentistry, dental hygiene, and advanced practice nursing participated in a simulation activity. Interprofessional teams of learners collaborated on a case study followed by a simulation to assess and develop plans of care. Group debriefing followed. Results demonstrated significant changes in students’ perceived interprofessional competency and satisfaction. 

Evaluation of the Impact of a Longitudinal 2-year Interprofessional Program on Student’s Perceptions of Health Professions Other than their Own2019-08-19T14:54:15+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Shannon Cole, DNP, APRN-BC; Pamela Waynick-Rogers, DNP, APRN-BC; Allison Walker, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS 

UNIVERSITY: Vanderbilt University, Lipscomb University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Relatively little is known about how preconceived attitudes affect interprofessional teamwork. This study evaluated the attitudes and perceptions of interprofessional students related to professional roles prior to becoming immersed in their chosen professions and further evaluated whether a 2-year interprofessional program had an effect on these attitudes. 

Promoting Interprofessional Team Development through Coaching and the Team Development Measure (TDM)2019-08-19T14:54:07+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 303

AUTHORS: Wendy Madigosky, MD, MSPH 

UNIVERSITY: University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Achieving classroom interprofessional team development requires longitudinal teaming assessments and faculty coaches. This presentation will describe a successful conceptual framework and faculty development effort to engage faculty in promoting team development, as well as use of the Team Development Measure with pre-licensure interprofessional student teams from 7 health professions programs. 

Students Practicing Interprofessional Collaboration in the Context of Hospice and Palliative Care2019-08-19T14:53:57+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Michelle GierachEdD, RN, CNE; Katie Bloom, LMSW-PIP; David BrechtelsbauerMD; Jody Serfling, RN, MSN; Gary Strickland, DMinJodi Heins, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Augustana University, Western Michigan University, University of South Dakota, Sioux Falls Seminary 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An Interdisciplinary Palliative Care Seminar (IPC) involves students from disciplines of medicine, nursing, pharmacy, social work, and chaplaincy. The results suggest the IPC Seminar is an effective educational model for advancing the value of interprofessional socialization and collaborative practice in hospice and palliative care healthcare. 

How Do We Provide Meaningful Experiences to Dental and Dental Hygiene Students at an Interprofessional Clinic?2019-08-19T14:52:48+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Karen Luce, DDS, MS; Margaret Robinson, MEd; Denise Bender, PT, JD 

UNIVERSITY: The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The purpose of this project was to pilot an educational model for purposeful inclusion and immersion of dental and dental hygiene students in an interprofessional team-based IPE clinical experience. This was achieved by actively involving all health professional learners in a team-approach delivery of quality patient-centered care. 

Interprofessional Immersion in Primary Care: Student Outcomes2019-08-19T14:52:41+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 304

AUTHORS: Ryan Butler, DNP, RN, AHN-BC; Gina Schaar, DNP, RN; Connie SwentyDNP, RN, CWOCN; Jennifer Evans, DNP, RN; Tracy Kinner, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, NP-C; Jody Delp, Mary Kay Arvin, OTD, OTR, CHT; Chen Chen, DrPH 

UNIVERSITY: University of Southern Indiana 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: To educate health professions students on the impact of interprofessional practice on patient outcomes, student teams engaged in an interprofessional primary care immersion to develop collaborative care plans for patients living with chronic illness. Significant improvements in student attitudes regarding leadership, situation monitoring, mutual support, and communication were demonstrated. 

Non-traditional Team Engagement in an Interprofessional Case Management Course2019-08-19T14:52:32+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Denise Bender, JD, PT, MEd; Lynn Jeffries, PT, DPT, PhD, PCS; Ken Randall, PT, PhD, MHR; Vince Lepak, PT, DPT, CWS, CES, FACCWS; Mary Isaacson, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA, ATP; Mary Hudson, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This course provided an interprofessional learning experience that bridged the gap between didactic content and interprofessional team-based practice. It provided an opportunity to interact as non-traditional team, which may provide a more realistic experience for students who will typically work in solo profession clinical settings. 

Training in Integrated Care Done by Interprofessional Teams: One Institution’s Experience2019-08-19T14:52:25+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORSKatherine Riedford, PhD, MHNP; Chen Chen, DrPH; Elizabeth Kalb, PhD, HSPP, MBA 

UNIVERSITY: University of Southern Indiana 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation reviews the work and results of a grant program designed to train graduate nursing and social work students to provide integrated care while working in interprofesssional teams. It will review patient outcomes, student outcomes, and how this model with integrated into education and training programs. 

Incorporating Advocacy into Interprofessional Education: Update on the Jefferson Health Mentors Program2019-08-19T14:52:17+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 305

AUTHORS: Sarah Dallas, BA; Nethra AnkamMD; Anne Bradley Mitchell, PhD, ANP-BC; Tracey Vause EarlandPhD, OTR/L; Elena Umland, PharmD 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The purpose of this presentation is to describe the outcomes of a large-scale, person-centered interprofessional student advocacy project. We analyzed 134 team advocacy projects for themes. The top five advocacy project themes included support resources, local government, disability rights, health policy and housing. 

Measuring Effective Interprofessional Role Clarification in Health and Social Care Practitioners: Testing of a New Instrument2019-08-19T14:52:10+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Dianne Allen, RN, PhD(c) 

UNIVERSITY: University of Western Ontario 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation reports on the development of a new instrument that measures effective interprofessional role clarification. The presentation includes: the guiding conceptual framework, the development of the Interprofessional Role Clarification Scale (IPRCS), the methods, results, and discussion of the final IPRCS including limitations and recommendations to strengthen its psychometric properties. 

Self-Perceived Competence of Physical Therapy Clinical Instructors Regarding Interprofessional Values and Ethics2019-08-19T14:52:06+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Christine Conroy, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Midwestern University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional collaboration will continue to be a focus and priority for physical therapy education. Academic institutions must work collaboratively with clinicians and healthcare institutions to effectively prepare clinical instructors to engage in team-based, patient-centered care. 

Attitudes and Perceptions of Leaders and Managers towards Lean Based Interprofessional Quality Improvement Program – A Qualitative Study2019-08-19T14:51:51+00:00

TRACK: Practice 

ROOM: 306

AUTHORS: Jitendra Singh, DHSC, MHA, BDS; Amy Wiese 

UNIVERSITY: Minnesota State University Moorhead 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The qualitative research study aimed to explore attitudes and perceptions of leaders and managers towards implementation of Lean based interprofessional quality improvement strategies in an assisted living facility. Data analysis revealed that leaders felt Lean methodology and interprofessional practice may help in streamlining current system of care. 

Recommendations from an IPE Faculty Development Needs Assessment: Addressing the Challenges2019-08-19T14:50:10+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Cynthia Andrews, DDS, MEd; Kelly Lackie, PhD, RN, CCSNE; Kathryn Hayward, MN; Jan Gilby, BSc, CRGS, RDMS, RVT; Sara Torres, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Dalhousie University, Laurentian University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Findings from an interprofessional (IP) faculty development needs assessment indicate an urgent need for faculty development to design and facilitate IPE offerings. Challenges to move the recommendations forward mirror the same challenges identified by respondents to the survey and reflect the systemic barriers to implementation of IPE as a whole. 

Utilizing Shared Expertise Across Contexts to Engage in Multi-institutional Interprofessional Scholarship2019-08-19T14:50:00+00:00

TRACK: Leadership 

ROOM: 309

AUTHORS: Anthony Breitbach, PhD, ATC, FASAHP; Kelly LockemanPhD; Tina GunaldoPhD, DPT, MHS; Karen Pardue, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF; Ginge KettenbachPhD, PT, FNAP; Kathrin Eliot, PhD, RDN; Amanda GoumasMPH; Sharon Lanning, DDS; Bernice Mills, MS, RDH 

UNIVERSITY: Saint Louis UniversityViriginia Commonwealth University, Louisiana State University, University of New England, The University of Oklahoma 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Faculty from four institutions came together as the IPE Research Collaborative (IPE-RC) to measure and compare outcomes of diverse introductory IPE experiences. They adopted a systems approach to teamwork, scholarship and quality improvement which modeled the IPEC competencies and can serve as an example for other collaborative multi-institutional projects. 

11:15 AM
A Signature Pedagogy for Interprofessional Education: Defining the Path to Competence2019-08-19T14:49:10+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 1

AUTHORS: Gail Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA; Andrea Pfeifle, PT, EdD, FNAP; Amy Blue, PhD; Alan Dow, MD; Gerri Lamb, PhD, RN, FAAN 

UNIVERSITY: Creighton University, Indiana University, University of Florida, Virginia Commonwealth University, Arizona State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This interactive workshop will explore the concept of a signature pedagogy for interprofessional learning in practice by defining the terms of signature pedagogy, considering examples from various professions, and from those begin to develop criteria for an emerging conceptual framework for a signature pedagogy for interprofessional education. 

Interprofessional Debriefing: A Comprehensive Tool2019-08-19T14:48:54+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 2

AUTHORS: Julie Poore, DNP, RN; Dawne-Marie Dunbar, MSN/Ed, RN, CNE, CHSE; Justine Dawson, Ed, RN, CNE ; Kathryn Parrish, MD 

UNIVERSITY: Indiana University, University of New England, St. John of God, University of North Georgia 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Interprofessional collaborative practice requires an understanding of professional roles and responsibilities, teamwork, and communication. The interprofessional debriefing tools presented in this workshop may be used as a guide to facilitate discussion of interprofessional practice. The tools can be used to facilitate debriefing with both practicing professionals and students. 

Enhancing Innovative Approaches to Community Health Education: Joining Community with Interprofessional Student-Faculty Teams2019-08-19T14:48:41+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 3

AUTHORS: Ericka Bruce, MSEd; Elizabeth Fitzgerald, EdD, APRN-CNS; Mark Troyer, MD, MPH; Katie KlakosMSW, LISW-S; Diane Brogan-Habash, PhD, MS, RDN, LD; Donnie Sullivan, RPh, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: The Ohio State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We explore unique issues raised in developing interprofessional community health education for professional students from multiple disciplines. Educators seeking innovative methods will benefit from an interactive discussion of course structure, avoidance of pitfalls, lessons learned, and benefits of this novel approach to teaching interprofessional collaboration in a community-based setting. 

Tools, Topics, and Techniques in Building an Interprofessional Education Faculty Development Program2019-08-19T14:47:34+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 4

AUTHORS: Alicia Wiliams, MA, CSAC; Amy Johnson, EdD; Brian Cross, PharmD, BCACP, CDE; Jodi Polaha, PhD; Caroline Abercrombie, MD 

UNIVERSITYEast Tennessee State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: An innovative approach for training faculty to provide team-based learning experiences to interprofessional healthcare students will be described.   The aim is to share the design and topics of faculty trainings, the co-facilitation and debriefing tools provided to faculty, and the meta-teaching techniques utilized by program developers to train faculty. 

Optimizing Healthcare Provider Performance: Mental Skills Training to Make Average Performance Excellent2019-08-19T14:47:11+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 7

AUTHORS: Nicholas Anton, MS; Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD, FACS, FASMBS, FSSH 

UNIVERSITYIndiana University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: The goals of this interactive workshop are to help diverse healthcare providers acquire mental skills to optimize performance and reduce stress, and learn strategies that can be taught to less experienced providers to minimize their performance deterioration under stress 

Ready Set Go! Pointers and Practice for Training Faculty Facilitators for Student IPE Workshops2019-08-19T14:46:46+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 8

AUTHORS: Diane H. Quinn, PharmD, BCACP; Rachel Miller, MD 

UNIVERSITY: University of the Sciences, University of Pennsylvania 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This workshop provides an opportunity to focus on facilitator training. It will provide education with limited didactic content and reinforcement through active learning activities. Participants will be allowed to reflect pre and post the workshop on their challenges related to facilitation of IPE and what they learned respectively. 

Four Lessons in IP Teamwork Taught with a Resource that Costs a Buck (Yes, seriously, $1.00)2019-08-19T14:45:49+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 9

AUTHORS:  Lori Thuente, PhD, RN; Bill Gordon, DMin, MDiv, BS 

UNIVERSITY: Rosalind Franklin University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Educational resources for interprofessional teams must provide common experiences on which to reflect. Effective resources, acquired in dollar discount stores in the form of puzzles, will be used in multiple ways, and provide practical opportunities for learning. Come experience the tools and prepare to take home ideas for immediate implement at ion! 

Developing a Large Scale Interprofessional Simulation Experience Throughout the Academic Year2019-08-19T14:45:20+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: Grand Ballroom 10

AUTHORS: Alison Davis, PhD, RN, CHSE; Tina Gunaldo, PhD, DPT, MHS 

UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Research in interprofessional education (IPE) high-fidelity simulation experiences for large student groups typically occurs within a short time frame (one day to one week). This workshop uses the NLN Jeffries Simulation Theory to demonstrate how programs can develop and integrate large-scale IPE simulations occurring over an academic year or semester. 

Enhancing Services to Underserved Populations through Innovative Virtual World Training and Collaborative Partnerships2019-08-19T14:44:54+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Susan Toth-Cohen, PhD, OTR/L; Brooke Salzman, MD; Oksana Kazharova, MSW, LCSW; Danielle Snyderman, MD, CMD 

UNIVERSITY: Thomas Jefferson University 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: Using the framework of flexible learning, this presentation will discuss two applications of virtual world training (homelessness and care of persons with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers). We will also describe ways in which collaborative partnerships informed development, implementation, and ongoing refinement of the programs. 

The Effects of Prelicensure Interprofessional Education on Post Licensure Collaboration2019-08-19T14:44:22+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORSLouanne Friend, PhD, MN, RN; Richard Davis Friend, MD 

UNIVERSITY: The University of Alabama 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This study was designed to measure the influence of interprofessional education post-graduation. Upper level nursing and third and fourth year medical students completed The Assessment of Interprofessional Team Collaboration Scale II (AITCS-II©) and two researcher generated questions. Participants reported the course gave them long term confidence to work in teams. 

Hierarchies, Schemas and Scope: Strategies to Optimize Clinical Supervision of Interprofessional Learners2019-08-19T14:44:08+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 301

AUTHORS: Rosalind de Lisser, RN, MS, NP 

UNIVERSITY: University of California San Francisco 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: This presentation will present the findings of a qualitative study of the experience of interprofessional clinical faculty who precept learners of different professions. The challenges will be presented with associated strategies for mitigating these challenges. 

Do Facilitators Affect Perceived Value of IPE and Student Learning in Small-Group Settings?2019-08-19T14:43:49+00:00

TRACK: Education 

ROOM: 302

AUTHORS: Josh Matacotta, PsyD, CAHIMS; David Dickter, PhD 

UNIVERSITY: Western University of Health Sciences 

PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: We describe the results of a natural experiment in an interprofessional education program. Facilitators serv