Future of Healthcare - Interprofessional Teams


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  • Welcome and self introduction by Nancy Gillespie, Dean, School of Health SciencesMention the incredible mix of the audience (students, educators, practicing LPNs and nurses and other professionals). What a unique opportunity, nursing profession essential to quality healthcare outcomes. When else has our nursing community had this opportunity to come together/
  • Illustration of what a team looks like and what can be done in teams!
  • Traditionally, health care professionals have been taught and later practiced in silos.
  • Underlined areas relate to IPE and IPC. ---- do we need to include this slide or is the previous slide enough???
  • IPC has been slowly encouraged in the practice environment.
  • May 2011, Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) developed the competenciesIPEC consisted of: (schools of public health) Serve as a road map to develop learning activities to support development
  • Before we get started with our panel, let’s look at a 2 minute you-tube clip and ask ourselves….. “WHAT IF?”
  • Panel discussion of initiatives, programs, ideas in bridging the education practice gap.
  • Future of Healthcare - Interprofessional Teams

    1. 1. InterprofessionalHealthcare Teams Implications for Education and Practice
    2. 2. Objectives 1. Describe the process of effective teams 2. Discuss ethical principles that guide interprofessional teamwork 3. Interact with individuals of other healthcare professions to create a climate of mutual respect and shared values 4. Identify effective communication skills that support the interprofessional team processes 5. Identify ways to forge interdependent relationships with other healthcare professionals to improve patient care and advanced learning
    3. 3. Why are discussingthis topic? Problems in our Healthcare System Lack of care coordination ⇨ duplication of services, increased costs Increasing complexity of health care National and International organizations recommendations (e.g. WHO, Accreditation, IOM) IOM Future of Nursing Report (2010): “Nurses should be educated with health professions both as students and throughout their careers in lifelong learning…” (p. 2)
    4. 4. IOM Recommendations1) Remove scope of practice barriers2) Expand opportunities for nurses to lead and diffuse collaborative improvement efforts3) Implement nurse residency programs4) Increase proportion of nurses with BSN degree to 80% by 20205) Double the number of nurses with a doctorate by 20206) Ensure that nurses engage in lifelong learning7) Prepare and enable nurses to lead change to advance health8) Build an infrastructure to collect and analyze health care workforce data
    5. 5. DefinitionsInterprofessionalCollaboration (IPC) Team Active participation of each discipline in patient care to A group with a common enhance communication among purpose, having professionals and improve care interdependent subtasks coordination. to accomplish. A teamInterprofessional has complementary skills that generate synergyEducation (IPE) through a coordinated When two or more professions effort maximizing learn from and about each other members strengths. to improve collaboration and the quality of care
    6. 6. 2011 IPE CompetenciesIPEC= AACN + ACOM + AACP + ADEA + AAMC + AASPH Values and Ethics for Interprofessional Practice Roles and Responsibilities for Collaborative Practice Interprofessional Communication Interprofessional Teamwork and Team-based Care
    7. 7. Model:Appreciative Inquiry Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a method to help create the “best” in organizational systems. Beyond organizational development ⇨ what gives vitality to human systems (e.g. family, personal relationships) Asking good questions ⇨ good decision making Who is on my team to help me ask these questions? Ideal  vs. Problem Solving models
    8. 8. How Does AI Work? The Brain is a search engine: i.e. red cars The Brain works in pictures Change is directional based on focus Language and stories are important (culture building) Old stories die hard Collective wisdom of the people
    9. 9. How to Get Started* Affirmative Topic selected 4-D cycle (Discovery, Dream, Design, Destiny) Focusing on the positive ideal using the collective wisdom of the people “Goodfinder”: Experts at deliberately noticing, anticipating, and magnifying positive potential*David Cooperrider Case Western Reserve University mid 1980’s
    10. 10. Team ProcessEffective versus Ineffective Team Process How have you developed effective teams?
    11. 11. AudienceParticipation Story: tell about a time when you were part of a highly effective team… What are the top three qualities of effective teams?
    12. 12. Mutual Respect and Shared ValuesIdeas in creating respect andshared values amonginterdisciplinary team membersvs. profession-centrism &competition
    13. 13. AudienceParticipation Story: tell about a time when you felt respected by another professional… What shared values do interprofessional healthcare team members have in common?
    14. 14. Communication SkillsIdeas about skills and barriers?Conflict & confrontation,incivility, assertiveness,openness, receptivity,advocating…
    15. 15. AudienceParticipation Story: Tell about a time when you observed someone else who communicated or advocated effectively. How does your way of communicating support or hinder teamwork?
    16. 16. Bridging theInterprofessional TeamEducation- Practice GapInitiatives, programs, innovativeideas for building collaborationamong interprofessional teammembers?
    17. 17. AudienceParticipation Story: tell about a time you developed a relationship or worked closely with someone from another profession. How can interdisciplinary awareness and respect be expanded by education systems? Practice environments?
    18. 18. References Committee on the Health of Professions Education Summit (2003) Health Professions Education: A Bridge to Quality. Washington, DC: The National Academies of Sciences. Interprofessional Education Collaboration (2011) Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice. A report of an expert panel. Washington, DC: Interprofessional Education Collaborative. IOM (2010) The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. Committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative on the Future of Nursing at the Institute of Medicine; Institute of Medicine. http://www.nap.edu/catalog/12956.html. Last accessed October, 2012. Sportsman, S. (2012). Interprofessional Education: a white paper. http://pages.elsevieradvantage.com/rs/elsevierhse/images/ACG-11- 12-Exemplars-of-Interprofessional-Education%20REV.pdf. Last accessed February, 2013.