Nexus Fair Poster Sessions

Poster SessionAfter the success of the poster session at the 2017 Nexus Summit, peer-reviewed posters will be featured during the Nexus Fair session this year.

The poster session is an opportunity for attendees to view and learn from colleagues through posters presenting data, outcomes, and evidence on the latest IPE initiatives. New this year, there will also be posters from students who are part of the IPE community. Poster sessions will be held during the Nexus Fair on Monday, July 30, 1:15 - 2:45 pm and Tuesday, July 31, 9:15 - 10:45 am. Presenters will be available during one of these times to discuss findings and answer questions.

 

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Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
A Conversation Analysis of Web-based and Face-to-Face Interprofessional Team Communication during a Standardized Patient Encounter
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #1)
During a web-based (WB) and face-to-face (FTF) Standardized Patient (SP) encounter, interprofessional (IP) teams’ communication scores were similar. However, conversation analysis uncovered differences on how IP student teams communicate, especially in regard to turn-taking. These differences need to be further investigated prior to implementations of tele-health curriculums using WB encounter-training.
Christine Holland
PhD (candidate), MMS, PA-C
Kelly Lempicki
PharmD, BCPS
Marilyn Hanson
EdD
Advocacy Projects in Interprofessional Education: Update on the Jefferson Health Mentors Program
Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (JCIPE)
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #2)
Interprofessional patient advocacy projects promote person and population-centered care and acquisition of key teamwork skills.
Nethra Ankam
MD
Anne Mitchell
PhD
Sarah Dallas
BA
Sarah Libros
BA
Tracey Vause Earland
PhD, ORT/L
Lauren Collins
MD
Elena Umland
PharmD
An Intergenerational IPE Initiative: A Pilot Project Joining University Students and Older Adults
Stockton University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #3)
Listening, Learning, Lunching: An Intergenerational Event facilitates transdisciplinary interaction as it relates to geriatric care. Students from various programs, including but not limited to: occupational therapy, nursing, social work, communication disorders, and psychology, joined together to explore the topics of interprofessional education and the provision of healthcare to older adults.
Megan Foti
DOT, MS, OTR
Stacy Cassel
PhD, CCC-SLP
An Interprofessional Approach to Advance Care Planning
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #4)
Advance care planning (ACP) is a dynamic process of communication between individuals and healthcare providers regarding future healthcare goals, values, and treatment options. Our “Interprofessional Approach to ACP” study sought to enhance ACP knowledge and communication skills for these students, providing them with firsthand experience of interdisciplinary collaboration and team-based care.
Leah Millstein
MD
Debra Wiegand
RN, PHD, CCRN, CHPN, FAHA, FPCN, FAAN
Mel Bellin
PhD, LCSW
Steven Eveland
MBA, RN, CHPN
John Allen
MD
Amanda Agarwal
LCSW-C
Terra Hill
MSW, LGSW
Danielle Baek
MD, FACS, FCCM
An Interprofessional Approach to Improve Knowledge and Skills for the Treatment of Sepsis
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #5)
Through a robust educational curriculum, the “A New Era of ‘See One, Do One, Teach One.’ Using an Interprofessional Education Module to Learn, Teach, and Optimize the Treatment of Sepsis” project was successful in enhancing the education of medical, pharmacy, nurse practitioner, and nursing students in sepsis management.
Jeffrey Gonzales
PharmD, FCCM, BCPS, BCCCP
Nirav Shah
MD, FCCP
Tracey Wilson
DNP, ACNP
Renee Dixon
MD
Joan Davenport
RN, PhD
Siu Yan Amy Yeung
PharmD
Mojdeh Heavner
PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Samuel A. Tisherman
MD, FACS, FCCM
Attitudes, Beliefs, Perceptions and Values of Health Science Students and Staff as Part of an Interprofessional Primary Care Community-Based Training Program: A Mixed Methods Evaluation
Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, University of California, Davis
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #6)
SPLICE reports a mixed methods evaluation of an interprofessional primary care (PC) training program for health science students, licensed (MD, PA, FNP, RN etc.) and unlicensed medical staff (medical assistants, office staff, etc.) in a Federally Qualified Health Center to increase PC capacity and achieve the Quadruple Aim goals.
Debra Bakerjian
PhD, APRN, FAAN
Ana Marin
MPH
Jennifer Edwards
MS(c), RN
Best Practices for Team-Readiness Assessment of Pharmacy Students on Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences
University of Kansas School of Pharmacy
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #7)
Comparing the utility of two collaborative behavior assessment tools (mICAR vs. iTOFT) among preceptors, no significant difference was seen but trended towards preceptors preferring mICAR . When looking at a change in student's collaborative behavior, only iTOFT showed significant difference in working in a team.
Ashley Crowl
PharmD, BCACP
Crystal Burkhardt
PharmD, MBA, BCPS, BCGP
Sarah Shrader
PharmD, FCCP, BCPS, CDE
CAIPER Core: A Portable Model that Transports IPE from Vision to Action across Clinical Settings
Arizona State University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #8)
Health professions programs can develop core and tailored interprofessional activities and learning strategies that are portable across a range of clinical settings, including patient panels and development of student interprofessional leadership skills to empower new practitioners to serve as change agents, model IPE competencies, and transform healthcare.
Teri Kennedy
PhD, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, FGSA, FNAP
Creating a Culture of Interprofessional Education: Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Poverty Simulation
South Dakota State University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #9)
Health care programs that trains graduates in silos are inadequate to meet the challenges of the community. In this poster, students from nursing, pharmacy, athletic trainings, dietetics and nutrition, exercise science and counseling participated in the three hour Missouri Community Action Network’s (MACA) Poverty Simulation.
Xiao Kang
PhD, BSN, RN
Evaluation of an Undergraduate, Pre-Professional Program Curriculum Based on the Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice
Stockton University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #10)
A cohort of N = 497 students was recruited. The cohort was tested in three program courses in the freshman, sophomore, and senior years. Several measures related to interprofessional collaborative practice were used to assess the cohort. Preliminary results suggest improvements in knowledge and positive attitudes about interprofessional collaboration.
Luis I. Garcia
PhD
Margaret Slusser
PhD, RN
Carole-Rae Reed
PhD, RN, APN-BC
Kelly Dougherty
PhD
Exploring the Impact of Interprofessional Mentoring
Virginia Commonwealth University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #11)
This poster will describe an interprofessional faculty mentoring program piloted by the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative in 2017, results of its evaluation, findings of a qualitative study to explore its impact on participants, and plans for improving and expanding the program.
Lauren Collins
MD
Kelly Lockeman
PhD
Joy Doll
OTD, OTR/L
Heather Hageman
MBA
Gail Jensen
PT, PhD, FAPTA, FNAP
Mary Mauldin
EdD
Deanna L. Reising
Andrea Pfeifle
Faculty Collaboration for Interprofessional Education in Health Sciences: Embedding IPE Content into Existing Discipline-Specific Curricula
Old Dominion University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #12)
Interprofessional learning opportunities are often limited in health sciences education due to stringent curricular requirements and limited time. Educators value, but struggle to adopt, IPE activities in the classroom. A potential solution is integration of interprofessional education (IPE) into existing curricular content, while promoting attainment of core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice.
Jamela M. Martin
PhD, RN, CPNP-PC
Janice E. Hawkins
PhD, RN
Kaprea Johnson-Hoquee
PhD, MEd
Sharon Stull
MS
Health Care as a Team Sport? Studying Athletics through a World Cafe to Improve Interprofessional Collaboration
Saint Louis University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #13)
Principles of teamwork in sports can inform health professionals and organizations regarding possible improvement strategies and barriers in the optimization of Interprofessional Practice/Collaborative Practice (IPCP). This study involved the organization of a consensus event using a World Café technique with stakeholders from interprofessional healthcare fields.
Anthony P. Breitbach
PhD, ATC
Scott Reeves
PhD
Healthy Aging Fair: An Interprofessional Community Outreach Collaboration
West Virginia University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #14)
Healthy Aging Fair: An Interprofessional Community Outreach Collaboration allowed faculty and students from audiology, music therapy, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, and speech & language pathology to work together to positively impact the community while learning about the importance of interprofessional communications and roles and responsibilities.
Gina M. Baugh
PharmD
Amy Burt
M-OT
Kimeran Evans
DPT
Impact of Exposure to Interprofessional Collaborative Practice During Integrated Clinical Experiences on Student Physical Therapists’ Competencies and Perceptions of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice
Department of Physical Therapy, Adventist University of Health Sciences
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #15)
During a 14-week patient examination course, Physical Therapy students at Adventist University of Health Sciences attended four, 1-hour intraprofessional integrated clinical education (ICE) sessions in a faculty-led free clinic. Students also completed one, two-hour interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) session with a faculty member either from nursing or Occupational Therapy.
Scott Bennie
PT, DSc, MBA
Mary Mauldin
EdD
Improving GME-Nursing Interprofessional Team Experiences (IGNITE) in Clinical Learning Environments
The University of Chicago, Biological Sciences Division
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #16)
As part of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Pursuing Excellence Initiative to improve interprofessional education and practice in the clinical learning environment, and in alignment with efforts to achieve Magnet recognition, UChicago Medicine GME and hospital leaders developed the IGNITE (Improving GME-Nursing Interprofessional Team Experiences) program as one platform to increase interprofessional practice.
Allison Norenberg
MSc
Debra Albert
MSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC
Vineet Arora
MD, MAPP
Greg Horner
MA, MBA, RN, NEA-BC
Jeanne Farnan
MD, MHPE
Ajanta Patel
MD, MPH
Kristen Hirsch
Stephen Weber
MD
Gerard Mikols
MBA
Anita Blanchard
MD
Holly Humphrey
MD
Ken Polonsky
MD
Improving Student Interprofessional Competence Through (a) Support Group Project/Attendance.
Louisiana State University Health - School of Allied Health
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #17)
A non-traditional assignment targeting IPEC sub-competencies Values and Ethics 2, 4, 5, 6 and Roles and Responsibilities 3 and 4 provided students in an IPE program an opportunity to attend a support group and reflect on the experience. A new understanding of possible health team members was realized.
Shannon Wall Mangum
MPS, LOTR
Tina P. Gunaldo
PhD, DPT, MHS
Jessica Johnson
PharmD
Erica Casanova
MS, LOTR
In My Shoes: Improving Empathy and Interprofessional Care for Patients with Autism Using a Multifaceted Learning Experience Guided by the IPEC Competencies
University of Michigan
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #18)
In My Shoes is an innovative teaching program using virtual reality simulation based learning and traditional teaching methodologies of didactic, videos, and a case study, to improve health profession students practice of empathy and create an interprofessional dynamic with non-traditional health care collaborators.
Peggy A. Ursuy
PhD, RN, PPCNP-BC
Harneet Grewal
DDS, BDS
Carman Turkelson
Natalie Colabianchi
Initial Findings of the Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment Symposium
The National Collaborative for Improving Clinical Learning Environments
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #19)
The National Collaborative for Improving Clinical Learning Environments (NCICLE) Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment (IP-CLE) symposium generated substantive new discussion on how to enhance the IP-CLE. As the participants envisioned how IP-CLEs would take shape over the next 10 years, it became clear that leaders of policy, regulation, and reimbursement will all need to be engaged to advance work in IP-CLEs.
Morgan Passiment
MS
Kristen Will
MHPE, PA-C
Janet Silvester
PharmD, MBA, FASHP
Peter Angood
MD, FRCS(C), FACS, MCCM
Interprofessional Approach to Developing a Diverse Workforce Ready to Address Emerging Technologies in Occupational Health and Safety
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - New Orleans School of Public Health
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #20)
With the establishment of a collaborative centered on emerging technologies in occupational health and safety, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center – New Orleans, Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center along with Rhodes College has developed an innovative, interprofessional approach to workforce development.
Kari Brisolara
ScD, MSPH
Interprofessional Education and a Collaborative Practice Serving Refugees: Impact on Clinical Learning
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #21)
Evaluation results of a web-based strategy for interprofessional healthcare education aimed at improving interprofessional collaborative practice competencies and primary health care for immigrant and refugee populations tested with over 160 health care providers and students caring for vulnerable populations will be the focus of this poster.
Kim Ryan
DNP, RN, FNP-BC, APNP
Investigating the Value of Interprofessional Education through an End of Life Experience
Regis University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #22)
Interprofessional collaboration is a powerful forum for healthcare students to learn about the patient voice in an end-of-life situation. Students from four different professions demonstrated significant improvement in socialization and perceived value of interprofessional education. Quantitative outcomes demonstrated meaningful student reflections on transforming their paradigm and practice.
Shelene Thomas
PT, DPT, EdD, GCS
Rebecca Moote
PharmD, MSc, BCPS
Bianca Calderon
PharmD, BCPS
Carolyn Ackerman
EdD, MS, RN, CHPN
Involvement of Patient, Family, and Faith Community Perspectives in an Interprofessional Continuing Education Series on Medical Ethics
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #23)
This poster is a description of the process used to plan and deliver a series of live, interprofessional continuing education activities on ethics incorporating religious and patient perspectives.
Jason Noel
PharmD, BCPP
Patricia Franklin
PhD, RN
Chanise D. Reese-Queen
CMP, MSA
Anita Tarzian
PhD, RN
Occupational Therapy and Nursing Student Collaboration in a Simulated Home Care Experience
University of Minnesota Program in Occupational Therapy
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #24)
Bringing the lesson home: Occupational Therapy and Nursing students collaborating in a simulated home care visit learn that two heads are better than one for delivering client entered care.
Terrianne Jones
PhD, OTR/L
Mary Rowan
PhD, RN
Laura Sopeth
MA, OTR/L
Podcasting by Design: One Interprofessional Center’s Journey to Creatively Connect Learners, Leaders, and Everyone In-Between
Arizona State University, Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #25)
What do you do when faculty, preceptors, administrators, and learners are not available to participate in on-site learning experiences? Podcasts are well-positioned as an accessible, anytime/anywhere medium for disseminating information and building an interactive, interprofessional community of lifelong learners.
Jinnette Senecal
MEd
Michael Moramarco
MA
Ricardo Leon
BFA
Project Taking Charge -- An Interprofessional Health Promotion Program: Three Year Experience
Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, The University of Arizona
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #26)
Project Taking Charge is an interprofessional community health education experience for medical, nursing, pharmacy, and public health students that uses a patient-/family-centered, interprofessional team-based approach to change project participants’ lifestyle and health practices that will improve their health status.
Howard J. Eng
BS, MS, DrPH
Theodore G. Tong
PharmD
Providers' Perspectives of Integrated Behavioral Health Collaboration in a Family Medicine Training Program
University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #27)
Integrating behavioral health in a family medicine clinical learning environment empowers family medicine resident physicians to better problem solve and provide enhanced patient care. Communication, collaboration, and colocation enhance team-based patient care and reduce barriers to care delivery that detract from the ability to collaboratively learn and care for patients.
Keri D. Hager
PharmD, BCACP
Joseph R. Merighi
PhD, MSW, LISW
Carolyn O'Donnell
PharmD/MPH Student
Stacy Remke
MSW, LICSW
Rural Clinical IPE Rotations and Experiences at the University of New England
University of New England
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #28)
This poster will describe lessons learned during five years of scaling up interprofessional practice opportunities to 13 clinical primary care sites in rural and urban settings across Maine as well as clinical-public health learning activities for pre-clinical health professions students.
Ruth Dufresne
ME
Elizabeth Mann
RN, MSN
Dora Anne Mills
MD, MPH, FAAP
Ian Imbert
MPH
Toho Soma
MPH
Serving the Under-Served Through Interprofessional Student-Run Clinics
Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #29)
Practitioners and students may provide beneficial services to under-served patients in any community through interprofessional models that promote community engagement and service learning.
Kristen Helms
PharmD
Kathy Ellison
PhD, RN
E. Jean Dubois
EdD, MSN, CRNP
Emily Myers
MSW
Mary Jeanna Sewell
PharmD, BCACP
Thomas Dayberry
MA, PhD, DO
SHARP: Students Helping At Risk Patients to Promote Health and Reduce Disparities
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #30)
We describe the development of an interprofessional (IP) program to improve transitional care and reduce health disparities. SHARP: Students Helping At-Risk Patients provides opportunities for students of nursing, medicine and social work to learn in IP care teams while supporting small groups of chronically ill patients at-risk for poor outcomes
Peter A. Bosworth
MBA
Structuring Interprofessional Collaborative Teams in a Rehabilitation Practice Environment
Grand Valley State University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #31)
The Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research Center (MIPERC) partnered with Breton Rehabilitation of Holland Home in Grand Rapids, MI from July 2016 to July 2017 to implement an interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPCP) intervention to improve team collaboration and resident and staff satisfaction.
Jean Nagelkerk
FNP, PhD, FNAP
Brenda Pawl
FNP-BC, FNAP
Denise Ludwig
PhD, CCC-SLP, FNAP
Chris Dondzila
PhD
Lawrence Baer
PhD
Jeff Trytko
MS
Student Engagement and Perceptions of the Interprofessional Open Campus Program: A Co-Curricular Initiative for First Semester Health Professions Students
University of Colorado - Denver
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #32)
Infrastructure was created at the University of Colorado to foster co-curricular engagement for students across all health professions. As a result, more than 600 students engaged in more than 18 interprofessional events during their initial semester of study. This program has inspired and engaged the whole campus community in IPE.
Eric Gilliam
PharmD
Michelle Colarelli
Suzanne Brandenburg
Lindsey Yates
Studying Team Efforts in a Care Setting for Older Persons
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #33)
This qualitative ethnographic study describes an intergenerational living experience with an applied learning component that enabled the study of care in an interdisciplinary context, focusing on team efforts in a care setting for older persons.
Tina Kilaberia
PhD
Teach Back Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Research Study
Sanford Health
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #34)
This study examined if an interprofessional team, working together using a standard teach back method, improves the quality of patient discharge transition, has a positive effect on dimensions of team collaboration, improves the patient experience of care, and reduces cost by decreasing 30-day readmissions.
Diana Berkland
PhD, RN
Deborah Letcher
PhD, RN
Michelle Gierach
RN, EdD
Krystal Weber
RN-BC, BS, BSN, PCCN
A Short Culinary Medicine Elective at University of Michigan Medical School Introduces Students to a Multidisciplinary Approach to Nutrition as Medicine
(student)
University of Michigan Medical School, University of Michigan Master's of Science in Clinical Research
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #35)
The University of Michigan Medical School adopted Tulane's CHOP culinary medicine curriculum in order to introduce students to holistic nutrition counseling. Following a short didactic and hands-on cooking course, medical students felt more confident in their ability to harness nutrition as medicine.
Megan McLeod
BA
Anita Vasudevan
BS
Keerthi Gondy
BS
Analysis of the Financial Literacy of Future Medical Practitioners and its Implications on Their Success
(student)
University of Colorado - Anschutz Medical Campus
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #36)
IPE practices should include training all future practitioners basic financial management skills in order to increase their potential for success in both their medical and business practices.
Jonathan London
MS, MA
Demonstrating Interprofessional Collaborative Competency on Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences Through Interprofessional Simulations
(student)
University of Kansas School of Pharmacy
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #37)
We demonstrated that the use of IP simulations prepared pharmacy students to be confident in their competence to engage in interprofessional collaboration as measured by the Interprofessional Collaborative Competencies Attainment survey.
Hassaan Shaikh
PharmD (candidate)
Sarah Shrader
PharmD, BCPS, CDE
Crystal Burkhardt
PharmD, MBA, BCPS, BCGP
Ashley Crowl
PharmD, BCACP
Duke Navigator Program: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Learning End-of-Life Communication
(student)
Duke University School of Medicine
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #38)
The Duke Navigator Program is an interdisciplinary program that teaches health professional students end-of-life communication skills and facilitates meaningful interprofessional interaction early in training. The year-long program consists of a series of workshops that equip students with the tools to discuss goals-of-care and end-of-life planning with real patients.
Cosette DeChant
BS
Leonid Aksenov
BS
Nicole Dalal
BA
Emily Lydon
BS
Chloe Peters
BS
Aaron Tarnasky
BS
Optimizing Appropriate Utilization of Cardiac Telemetry on an Adult General Medicine Unit
(student)
University of Minnesota Medical School
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #39)
M Health in collaboration with the University of Minnesota Medical School delivered a quality improvement (QI) solution to reduce the cost of healthcare spending based on the 'Choosing Wisely' campaign, an initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine. Within their top recommendations was the need to address and avoid continuous telemetry monitoring in non-ICU patients without using a protocol that governs continuation.
Garrett Welle
MS3
Outcomes of an Interprofessional Workshop to Increase Collaboration Among Health-Related Clubs at Stockton University
(student)
Stockton University
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #40)
An interprofessional workshop for health-related clubs creates a space for students to increase collaboration, network, and can generate brainstormed events and ideas to continue collaboration amongst college students in addition to the IPE activities in their programs or curriculum.
Elizabeth Aroune
Undergraduate Student
Daniella Mazzo
BS
Luis I. Garcia
PhD
Alexandra Forlenza
Andy Prempeh
William Diez
Brianna Gonzalez
Pharmacist-led Pharmacology Review Sessions for Medical Students and its Impact on Attitudes
(student)
Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #41)
Study findings indicate using an interprofessional educational approach, defined as having a pharmacist-led pharmacology review session(s), can impact medical student attitudes towards the role of a pharmacist.
Michael P. Fiore
PharmD, RPh
Mina M. Kerolos
PharmD, RPh
Diane R Bridges
PhD, MSN, RN, CCM
Recommendations for Creating an Online Clinical Learning Module for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Competencies
(student)
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #42)
This poster shares the context and content of an online clinical learning module aimed to improve health care professionals’ competencies in interprofessional collaborative practice and the lessons learned from its interprofessional development.
Gina Welch
MN, RN, CNL
Elizabeth Camenga
BS
Bev Zabler
PhD, RN
Jeana Holt
DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, APNP
Student Leadership in Interprofessional Programs: The CLARION Student Board
(student)
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Monday, July 30 @ 1:15-2:45 p.m.
(poster #43)
The CLARION case competition is an interprofessional experience that brings together health professional students from different disciplines to work together and solve complex cases that represent real-world health issues. Modeling the competition, CLARION is run by students from various health professional programs that work together to accomplish the mission.
Carolina De La Rosa Mateo
MPH Candidate
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
Assessment of an Interprofessional Postgraduate Workshop to Promote Team-based Ambulatory Care
University of Minnesota
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #1)
Creating opportunities for postgraduates from a variety of disciplines and professions to focus on interprofessional team-based skills in ambulatory care may fill a gap in the learning continuum between undergraduate interprofessional education (IPE) and the primary care interprofessional practice (IPP) environment and may increase commitment to careers in primary care.
Nicole Chaisson
MD, MPH
Emily Borman-Shoap
MD
Heather Thompson Buum
MD, MPH
Patricia Adam
MD, MSPH
Cheri L. Friedrich
DNP, RN, IBCLC, CPNP-PC
Keri D. Hager
PharmD, BCACP
Blending the Blues: A Duke AHEAD /UNC Interprofessional Collaborative
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #2)
Duke Academy for Health Professions Education and Academic Development (AHEAD) and the University of North Carolina's IPE4UNC, two interprofessional faculty groups have created a partnership “Blending the Blues” to engage faculty in interprofessional training and challenge their perspectives of teamwork and collaboration. Come learn how we put basketball rivalry aside to "blend the blues!"
Meg Zomorodi
PhD, RN, CNL
Poonam Sharma
MD
Mary Holtschneider
RN, BSN, MEd, MPA, NREMT-P, CPLP
Diana McNeill
MD, MACP
Building an Interprofessional Model of Community and Reflection for Learners
University of Minnesota
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #3)
Narrative Health Workshops offer interprofessional community and open, safe, spaces for reflection on personal and interprofessional identities.
EmmaLee Pallai
MFA
Characteristics of Teamness: A Qualitative Evaluation
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #4)
Within this qualitative evaluation of teamness, in addition to known concepts, “intentional teamness” and “response to conflict” emerged as characteristics necessary to effective problem-solving among interdisciplinary staff in skilled nursing facilities.
Carol Geary
PhD, MBA, RN
Claudia Chaperon
PhD, APRN, GNP-BC
F. Annette Wolfe
MBA
Kaitlin Maasdam
BSN, RN, CCRN
Rachel Kunkle
MHA, RN-BC, NHA, GRN, CDP, CADDCT
Continuing Interprofessional Education: Using Feedback From Learners To Change The Institutional Culture
Office of Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #5)
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership (ICEP) surveyed participants of all ICEP activities offered in 2016. The poster presents the survey results in comparison with the results of a previous survey, and addresses how this approach contributes to measuring achievement of the ICEP mission and informs program improvement.
Marianna Shershneva
MD, PhD
Barbara Anderson
MS
Ruth Bruskiewitz
MS, RPh
Tracy Mrochek
MPA, BSN, BA, RN
Cultivating a Shared Community Across Health Care Professions through One Book One Campus
University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #6)
The One Book One Campus program is a collaborative structure aimed at increasing interprofessional engagement and cultivating a shared community across all health care professions.
Lindsey Yates
DDS
Suzanne Brandenburg
MD
Jason M. Brunner
PhD
Eric Gilliam
PharmD
Cultivating Collaboration: Building a Successful Collaborative Care Model in an RVU Clinical Environment
Creighton University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #7)
Deliberate integration of an inter-professional collaborative care (ICC) model of care into a relative value unit (RVU) family practice primary care clinic improved clinical outcomes and decreased health care charges for a group of high risk patient (n=276).
Meghan Potthoff
PhD, APRN-NP
Tom Guck
PhD
Joy Doll
OTD, OTR/L
Todd Defreece
JD
Ryan Walters
PhD
Cathy Carrico
DNP, APRN-NP
Kandis McCafferty
PhD, RN
Joan Lappe, PhD Gail Jensen, PhD, PT
Developing a Community Governance Structure for Partnering with Pre-Diabetic Rural Latinos in Southeast Idaho
Idaho State University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #8)
The prevalence of pre-diabetes is growing each year in the United States, especially within the Latino population. In efforts to combat this disease, a steering committee and governance plan was designed in Southeast Idaho to include rural pre-diabetic Latino community members into this community-based participant structured project.
Mary A. Nies
PhD, RN, FAAN, FAAHB
Cathleen H. Tarp
PhD
Disaster Day: Creating an Optimal Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment Through Simulation
Texas A&M University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #9)
The Texas A&M University Health Science Center’s Disaster Day is the nation’s largest student-led interprofessional emergency response simulation. Nexus Summit participants are invited to learn more about this event and creating an optimal clinical learning environment through simulation.
Bree C. Watzak
PharmD, BCPS
Christine Kaunas
MPH
Joseph Martinez
PharmD
Whitney Landman
MSN, RN
Gerard Carrino
PhD, MPH
Angela Clendenin
PhD, MA
John Hubbard
PhD, PT
Martin Mufich
MSN, RN
Dog in Residence: An Interprofessional Wellness Program at an Academic Health Sciences Library
Loyola University Chicago
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #10)
Learn about how our "Dog in Residence program" improves student wellness and serves as a model for interprofessional collaboration!
Gail Hendler
MLS
Julia Havey
RN, MSN
Jeanne Sadlik
MLS
Frances Vlasses
PhD, RN, NEA-BC, ANEF, FAAN
Elevating Oral Health Interprofessional Practice Among Pediatricians Through a Statewide Quality Improvement Learning Collaborative
Medical University of South Carolina
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #11)
Because of persistent effects of early childhood caries and impacts of dental health professional shortages areas, the integration of oral health in primary care settings is a public health priority. In this study, we explored oral health interprofessional practice (OHIP) as an integrative pathway to reduce oral health disparities.
Joni D. Nelson
PhD, MS
Amy Martin
DrPH, MSPH
Employing Diverse Teaching and Learning Strategies to Advance Meaningful and Sustainable IPE Programming in the Academy
Seton Hall University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #12)
This poster will share the diverse teaching and learning strategies employed across the modules as a means to realize new models for educational programming.
Genevieve Zipp
PT, EdD
Catherine Maher
PT, DPT, GCS
Enhancing Interprofessional Communication Skills Through Interdisciplinary Simulation of Healthcare Telephone Communications
Indiana University School of Medicine
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #13)
We developed an experiential clinical telephone communication activity that allowed for realistic communication between clinical- level pharmacy and medical students. This program can be delivered online allowing for successful implementation of a program that enables students to gain proficiency and effectiveness in interdisciplinary healthcare telephone communications.
Kenneth H. Lazarus
MD
Zachary Weber
PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, CDE
Andrea L. Pfeifle
EdD, PT, FNAP
Enhancing Nursing Student Self-Perceptions of Role Communication Through the use of High-Fidelity Simulation: Initial Findings
Louisiana State University Health-New Orleans School of Nursing
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #14)
IPE combined with HF-Sim are established teaching pedagogies. This poster provides data exploring the use of these pedagogies together to increase nursing student perceptions and knowledge of the roles of a respiratory therapist during an obstetric emergency.
Alison H. Davis
PhD, RN, CHSE
Tina P. Gunaldo
PhD, DPT, MHS
Heather Abadie
MSN, RNC-OB
Helena Midkiff
MSHCM, RRT, RPFT, AE-C
Interprofessional Education (IPE) Clinics Result in Improved Outcomes for Patients with Diabetes
University of Maryland School of Nursing
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #15)
Student-led interprofessional education clinic sessions can help patients with diabetes mellitus make significant improvements in controlling diabetes and improving other patient outcomes such as blood pressure and mood. Interprofessional collaborative care also has the potential to reduce potentially preventable emergency department visits for patients with diabetes and other co-morbidites.
Gina C. Rowe
PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP-BC, PHCNS-BC, CNE
Jana Goodwin
PhD, RN, CNE
Claire Engers
JD, MSW, LCSW-C
Interprofessional Education Clinic: Development and Sustainability Using Emergency Department Patients and Resources
Duke University Hospital, Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #16)
One location that offers an abundance of patients with undifferentiated complaints is the emergency department (ED). ED patients with low or intermediate complaints routinely have long lengths of stay, low patient satisfaction, and may leave without being seen. Our institution implemented a sustainable faculty -led IPE clinic that operates nightly, with care provided to ED patients with a focus on education.
Erin Leiman
MD
Blanca Iris. Padilla
PhD, APRN, FNP-BC
Kathleen Waite
MD
Interprofessional Evidence-Based Clinical Scholar Program (IECSP): Outcomes of a 6-Year Partnership Program at St. Catherine University
St. Catherine University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #17)
The Interprofessional Evidence-based Clinical Scholar Program (IECSP) brings healthcare students, faculty and clinicians together to develop and implement evidence-based practice solutions to clinical problems. With evidence of program growth and successful dissemination, this educational model provides a novel framework to support interprofessional education, scholarship, and quality improvement in clinical practice.
Katherine Campbell
PhD
Nuala Bobowski
PhD
Patricia Finch Guthrie
PhD, RN
Penelope Moyers
EdD, OT, FAOTA
Janet Benz
DNP, RN
Renee DeVries
DC, PhD
Interprofessional Practice Trends Inform Best Practice in Interprofessional Education in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
University of South Alabama
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #18)
Although speech-language pathology and audiology are “two professions but one discipline”, interprofessional collaborative practice (IPP) trends and attitudes between these professions remain unknown. An IPP survey revealed significant attitudinal differences towards IPP between the professions, highlighted barriers to collaboration, and identified IPP patterns that inform best practices in interprofessional education.
Tara M. Davis
PhD, CCC-A
Dahye Choi
PhD, CCC-SLP
Julie Estis
PhD, CCC-SLP
Susan Gordon-Hickey
AuD, PhD, CCC-A
Interprofessional Rounding to Improve Interprofessional Collaboration
University of Cincinnati, College of Nursing
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #19)
Nurse-led interprofessional bedside rounds project improves communication and collaboration between providers on a complex inpatient population. Outcomes analyzed Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) scores to examine patient experience. Post implementation results demonstrate an increase in HCAHPS patient experience scores for this patient population above hospital and national average.
Denise Gormley
PhD, RN
Amy J. Costanzo
PhD, MSN, RN-BC
Jane Goetz
MSN, NEA-BC
Jessica Hill
MBA, MA
Locus of Control and Nurse-Physician Collaboration
Virginia Commonwealth University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #21)
This study investigated the relationship between nurse locus of control and nurse-physician collaboration and showed statistically significant relationships between a more internal locus of control and each of the dimensions of nurse-physician collaboration.
Darci Bowles
PhD, RN, CNML
Longitudinal Effectiveness of a Four-Hour Interprofessional Education Session
Department of Physical Therapy, Adventist University of Health Sciences
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #22)
This four-hour lecture- and lab-based interprofessional education (IPE) session created positive change in physician assistant (PA) students’ IS and perception of interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) both in the short- and long-term. The hidden curriculum within clinical experiences has a dampening effect on the carry-through of IPE into IPCP within the clinical setting.
Scott Bennie
PT, DSc, MBA
Tia Hughes
DrOT, MBA, OTR/L
Mixed-method Evaluation of Interprofessional Student Teams in ILEAP
School of Dental Medicine, Case Western Reserve Universtiy
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #23)
The Interprofessional Learning and Exchange Practice (ILEAP) is a new model of interprofessional student team clinical experience. We conducted a formative and summative evaluation of the ILEAP clinical site implementation with a mixed-methods approach to measurement of student team development and team skills in the clinical setting.
Catherine Demko
PhD
Ellen Luebbers
MD
Carol Savrin
RN, DNP, FNP, BC, CPNP, FAANP
Scott Wilkes
PhD, JD
Kristina Semrad
BS
Strategic Plan for the Development of a Master’s of Science in Interprofessional Healthcare Education Degree at a Private Medical College
Medical College of Wisconsin
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #24)
In 2017/18, an institutional Leadership Academy Capstone Project at a private medical college resulted in the development of a strategic plan for a new Master’s of Science degree in Interprofessional Healthcare Education.
Robert Treat
PhD
Ann Breunig
Jennifer Foley
Nashaat Gerges
PhD
Jane Machi
MD
Ron Williamson
The Active Living Study Team: Utilizing the Principles of Interprofessional Collaboration to Build Capacity for Team-based Science
Old Dominion University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #25)
The “Active Living Study” team exemplifies the results realized when the foundational principles of interprofessional collaboration are put into practice in educational and research settings.
Kimberly Adams Tufts
DNP, WHNP-BC, FAAN
Leigh A. Diggs
PhD, MPH
Jamela M. Martin
PhD, RN, CPNP-PC
Amanda Pedrazoli
Stephanie Jen
Jacob Wait
The Impact of Social Diversity on Resident Care: A Comparison of Five Teams at a Care Organization
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #26)
Teams are presumed to be superior models of care delivery that optimize patient-centered focus. However, social diversity (demographic variation in terms of gender, age, race, foreign-born/native-born status, etc. ) in teams can challenge service delivery to recipients. This proposal describes how team social diversity can both enhance and constrain teamwork.
Tina Kilaberia
PhD
The Patient Didn’t Tell You That? Using Interprofessional Simulation to Teach Students the Importance of Communication in Providing Informed and High-Quality Patient Care
Marquette University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #27)
Discuss a simulation for early learners in Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies that allows students to observe each other's methods for history taking and challenges teams to create an informed and high-quality joint patient care plan after receiving different information from their standardized patient.
Jordan Cannon
MS
Cassie Ferguson
MD
Stefanie George
PharmD, BCPS
Marilyn Frenn
PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FTOS, FAAN
Courtney Warren
PA-C, MPAS
Sue Korek
MAED
Jen Kraus
jekraus@mcw.edu
The Utah Health and Homes Collaborative Hotspotting Initiative: Addressing Health and Health Care Utilization Through Community-Based Interprofessional Education
University of Utah
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #28)
The Utah Health and Homes Collaborative (UHHC) is an interprofessional team of students and faculty working with a local housing authority and health system. We apply the Hotspotting model with chronically homeless individuals living in a Housing First Setting. Through focused interventions, individuals with highly complex health needs receive care coordination and care management.
Sara E. Hart
PhD, RN
Marilyn K. Luptak
PhD, MSW
Understanding Context to Measure Outcome
School of Social Work, University of Nevada, Reno
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #29)
This poster will highlight tenets that are key in measuring interprofessional education (IPE) outcomes based on the context of implementation. The poster will explain each tenet and map the interconnectedness between and among them to build an evaluation framework to measure outcomes.
Maureen Rubin
PhD, MSW
University-Wide First Year Interprofessional Patient Centered Teams Curriculum
Rush University College of Nursing
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #30)
In 2016-17, a large academic medical center inaugurated a first year inteprofessional education (IPE) curriculum incorporating 372 students from 11 professions. It improved confidence in team performance. Feedback was used to iterate the curriculum leading to consistent teams, more live interactions, and expansion of the number of students and programs for 2017-18.
Chris Bruti
MD, MPH
Joanne Miller
PhD, APRN, GNP-BC
Jan Odiaga
DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC
Mary Jo Guglielmo
MPH
Steve Taylor
OTD, OTR/L
Gabriella Cs-Szabo
PhD
Grisel Rodriquez-Morales
MSW, LCSW
Using Mock Interviews to Evaluate an Interprofessional Education (IPE) Curriculum
East Tennessee State University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #31)
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of targeted team care training in our institution’s interprofessional practice and education (IPE) program on medical and pharmacy students' expression of knowledge and attitudes about team care as measured in a mock interview. Medical and Pharmacy students were recruited to participate in a 20-minute mock interview for an advanced placement position.
Ivy Click
EdD
Jodi Polaha
PhD
Brian Cross
PharmD, BCACP, CDE
Rick Hess
PharmD, CDE, BC-ADM
Adam Welch
PharmD, MBA, BCACP, FAPhA
Jessica Burchette
PharmD, BCPS
Utilizing Case-based Learning to Enhance Interprofessional Role Clarity for Athletic Training and Physical Therapy Students
St. Louis University, Center for Interprofessional Education and Research
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #32)
This study examines the effect of case-based learning experiences on interprofessional role clarity of Athletic Training and Physical Therapy students, as well as the relationship between interprofessional role clarity and self-rated performance measures. Preliminary results show role clarity may improve for students engaged in these learning activities.
Katie Sniffen
MS, ATC
Erick Briggs
Anthony P. Breitbach
PhD, ATC
Leslie Hinyard
PhD, MSW
What Do 3 years of Evaluation Data Tell Us About the Benefits and Challenges of Introducing IPE to Early Learners?
Virginia Commonwealth University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #33)
Bringing early learners together for interprofessional education (IPE) enhances professional development, but facilitating activities that feel authentic in a classroom setting with hundreds of students is challenging. This presentation describes evaluation data collected from a large-scale introductory IPE course over three years, lessons learned, and opportunities for enhancing student learning and satisfaction.
Shawne Soper
PT, DPT, MBA
Kelly Lockeman
PhD
Sharon Lanning
DDS
What Is The Patient's Experience of Team-Based Interprofessional Collaboration: A Consecutive Mixed Methods Study in Two Federally Qualified Health Centers in Appalachia
University of Tennessee
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #34)
Patients' experiences of team-based Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) were explored via mixed methods in two Federally Qualified Health Centers in rural Appalachia. Survey data strongly demonstrated positive responses to IPC (n=93), and patients' experiences (n=15) were explored through semi-structured interviews, revealing the theme "two minds are better than one."
Katherine H. Morgan
MSN, FNP-BC (PhD candidate)
Interprofessional Course for Preprofessional Educators and Speech-Language Pathologists
James Madison University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #35)
An undergraduate course about interprofessional collaboration in the school setting was taught including students from speech-language pathology, inclusive early childhood education, and elementary education programs. Three focus groups were conducted across the semester, analyzing the students' development of the IPEC Core Competencies.
Danika Pfeiffer
MS CF-SLP
Stacey Pavelko
PhD, CCC-SLP
Dannette Allen-Bronaugh
PhD, CCC-SLP
Interprofessional Education: Outcomes to Clinical Practice
Creighton University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #36)
The requirement of interprofessional education in both the didactic and clinical curricula for healthcare education has created a “wicked problem” for many educational institutions.
Kimberly Beran-Shepler
PT, DPT, OCS, FNAP
Joy Doll
OTD, OTR/L
Anna Maio
MD
Exploring the Perceptions of a Leadership Team Facilitating an Academic Interprofessional Center
(student)
Creighton University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #37)
This poster will describe a study exploring the perceptions of leaders involved in developing and implementing an interprofessional education center.
Joy Doll
OTD, OTR/L
Eva Lyons
Kasandra Rice
Anna Schumate
Joy Doll
OTD, OTR/L
Collaborating with The Clemente Course: Promoting Health Awareness
(student)
Medical University of South Carolina - College of Pharmacy
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #38)
Health professional and law students created an online health awareness course to serve the needs of the community. They collaborated with experts in their fields and held focus groups to assess these needs. This free course provided information on topics such as smoking cessation, domestic violence, and physical fitness.
Lyndsey Milburn
PharmD (candidate)
Sydney Hammond
Addy Jones
Helen Martin
Juliette Michael
Michaela McMorris
Developing a Model of Interprofessional Care at the University of Michigan Student-Run Free Clinic
(student)
University of Michigan School of Dentistry University of Michigan Ross School of Business
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #39)
Student leaders of the University of Michigan Medical and Dental Schools have created a sustainable interdisciplinary model of healthcare to better serve the documented health needs of our patient population at the University of Michigan Student-Run Free Clinic, drawing support from across the university.
Jae Young Han
BS
Philip Yoong
BS
Educating Community Healthcare Workers About PrEP Using a Holistic, Interprofessional Service-Learning Model
(student)
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #40)
This presentation details an interprofessional service-learning curriculum to provide education to community healthcare providers about the use of PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) to prevent HIV infection. The pedagogical framework and outcome measurements will also be presented so other institutions can engage in similar programming to meet the needs of their community.
Samuel Bunting
BS
Effects of Interprofessional Education on Early Exposure to Clinical Experience Within ATSU-SOMA’s Unique Curriculum
(student)
A.T. Still University - School of Osteopathic in Arizona
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #41)
Early exposure to interprofessional education through the unique 1+3 curriculum at A.T. Still University - School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona plays an important role in helping medical students understand and prepare to collaborate in multidisciplinary teams in the clinical setting.
Grace C. Chang
BS, BA
Samantha Ho
BS
William F. Robinson
DPT, PhD
Improving Advance Directive Rates in a Resident Practice
(student)
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #42)
Implementation of an interdisciplinary, patient-centered curriculum resulted in improved resident self-efficacy and comfort level in advance directive management in a resident ambulatory clinic.
Brenna Beck
MEd
Clare Coda
MD
Leah Millstein
MD
Interprofessional Education: Social Worker Perspective of Preparedness to Practice in Collaborative Settings
(student)
Shippenburg University of Pennsylvania
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #43)
The complexity of contemporary societal health and human service needs demands interprofessional collaboration. Interprofessional education (IPE) is a pathway to preparing social work students for collaborative practice. Survey of NASW-PA members reveals less than 27% gained interprofessional knowledge within their curriculum, although 78% believe they are engaged in interprofessional practice.
Amy Sagen
LSW, MSG
Interprofessional Emergent Writing Intervention for Preschoolers
(student)
James Madison University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #44)
This study examines whether an interprofessional emergent writing intervention for preschoolers affects speech-language pathology and occupational therapy graduate students' attitudes towards collaboration, as well as their knowledge about early writing skills. The study also measures the impact of these collaborative interventions on preschoolers' writing development.
Danika Pfeiffer
MS, CF-SLP
Stacey Pavelko
PhD, CCC-SLP
Elizabeth Richardson
MS, OTR/L
Interprofessional Student Hotspotting: The Strategic Use of Student Perspectives to Address the Needs of Complex Patients
(student)
Thomas Jefferson University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #45)
The Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative takes students beyond traditional curriculums and trains them in the science and art of complex case management within our fragmented healthcare system to serve the most vulnerable patients. A case example will illustrate the intervention, patient outcomes, and cost-effectiveness of this novel program.
Sara Cohen
OTS
Andrew Ines
BS
Nutrition Education at the University of Minnesota Medical School
(student)
University of Minnesota Medical School
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #46)
This project researched options for increasing the quality and amount of nutrition content in the Medical School curriculum, and we have recommended strategies within the existing structure that emphasize interprofessional opportunities and hands-on workshop experiences to improve nutrition education for medical students and other professional schools in the Academic Health Center.
Maggie Flint
Evan Loukusa
Katharine Manuel
Lauren Sutherland
RAMPED-UP: The Development and Testing of an Interprofessional Collaboration Model
(student)
University of Virginia School of Nursing Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #47)
Adaptation of RAMPED-UP model as the standard interprofessional care (IPC) model for every patient on the surgical trauma service also bridges the knowledge and management gaps among the IPC team and patients/families.
Kwame Asante Akuamoah-Boateng
ANCP-BC, BSN, RN
Clareen Wiencek
PhD, ACNP-BC
Jill H. Esquivel
PhD, FNP/ACNP-BC
Gina DeGennaro
DNP, RN, CNS, AOCN
James F. Whelan
MD
Beth Torres
PhD, RN
So You're Burnt Out, What's Next? : Addressing Gaps in Mitigating Stress and Burnout in Graduate Healthcare Students
(student)
The University of Colorado, School of Medicine
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #48)
It is pertinent to begin addressing burnout in the realm of healthcare academia and to focus on all students who fall in the spectrum of healthcare. It is also essential to normalize the act of help-seeking behaviors in students.
Oluwatosin Adebiyi
BS
Team-Based Care and Patient Satisfaction in the Hospital Setting: A Systematic Review
(student)
Arizona State University
Tuesday, July 31 @ 9:15-10:45 a.m.
(poster #49)
This poster describes a systematic review that examines team-based care models in the acute care setting and the relationship with patient satisfaction.
Gerri Lamb
PhD, RN, FAAN
Kristen Will
MHPE, PA-C