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  • Welcome and self introduction by Mindy YoderMention 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. FOCUS on patient outcomes and patient satisfaction! (Shared decision-making promotes satisfaction for patients and health care workers)Changes are being stimulated by the Affordable Care Act
  • Underlined areas relate to IPE and IPC.
  • Aligning interprofessional care and collaborative practice will facilitate achievement of these goals!!!
  • IPC has been slowly encouraged in the practice environment.
  • May 2011, Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) developed the competenciesIPEC consisted of: (colleges of nursing, colleges of osteopathic medicine, colleges of pharmacy, dental education, medical colleges, and 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?” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue3hCVHtZZY
  • Panel members introduce themselves the first time they speak- where they work and brief description of the role.Panel overview of various healthcare professional roles and describe specific educational and practice experiences in collaborating with other health care professionals (20 minutes). (1) WHO: The composition of interprofessional teams,(2) WHAT: The qualities of team members(2) HOW: the interaction and communication necessary for effective team work: creating a climate of mutual respect and shared values.  
  • 1) Prioritize top 3-5 desired qualities needed among team members2) Reflect on communication within teamsAudience participation: Small groups share specific “take-away” with panel and other participants.
  • Road blocks in developing interprofessional teams within education and practice settingsFrom the literature--- barriers include logistics (number of students, schedules), necessity of meeting each course’s objectives, poltical and social constraints, skepticism, lack of evidence that IPE works, PROFESSION-CENTRISMInitiatives to facilitate effective interprofessional teams in education and practice settingsTo promote interprofessional cultural competency:I- InteractionD- Data (accurate info about other disciplines)E- ExpertiseA- Attention 
  • Brainstorm ideas: opportunities for interprofessional team work in your education or practice setting. Small groups share specific “take-away” with panel and other participants.
  • Panel discussion of initiatives, programs, ideas in bridging the education practice gap.
  • List ways that would assist students in transitioning to practice in interprofessional teams.  Small groups share specific “take-away” with panel and other participants from previous discussion

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  • All Aboard! An Introduction to Interprofessional Education and Practice
  • Objectives1. Describe the IOM recommendations related to interprofessional education and implications for practice.2. Identify members of the healthcare team, qualities of team members, and effective communication practices for an interprofessional team.3. Identify barriers and potential initiatives in forging an interprofessional team in education and practice settings.4. Identify opportunities to bridge the education-practice gap in preparing students to participate on interprofessional teams after graduation.
  • Video Clip #1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_Psl0nFEzw
  • Why discuss this 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 physicians and other health professions both as students and throughout their careers in lifelong learning…” (p. 2)
  • 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
  • HealthCare Delivery:“The Triple Aim”1. Better care 2. Better health 3. Lower Costs improving the improving health reducing the per patient’s of individuals and capita cost of experience populations health care
  • 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
  • 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
  • Video Clip #2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue3hCVHtZZY
  • Panel Members Constance Clinical Nurse Methodist Hospitals Adams, MS, RN, CCNS, CCRN Specialist Anita Addlesberger, OTR/L Occupational Rehabilitation Institute of Therapist Chicago, F A Rosemarie Brichta, BS, MT(ASCP) Medical Technologist Alverno Clinical Laboratories Amy Knepp NP-C, MSN, RN Nurse Educator University of Saint Francis Charles Mok, Jr. D.O. Physician Franciscan Alliance Brian Nosbusch, Deacon Pastoral Care Franciscan Communities Michael Olson, BS, Pharm D Pharmacist Franciscan Alliance Suzanne Ruiz RN, BS, MS, NP-C Nurse Practitioner Community Hospitals Karen Wade, RN, MSN Care Coordinator Franciscan Alliance Mindy Yoder, DNP, FNP-BC, RN Moderator University of Saint Francis
  • InterprofessionalTeams: The EssentialsWHO…is part of the team?WHAT…are the desired qualities ofmembers?HOW…to communicate and createmutual respect?
  • AudienceParticipation Story: tell about a time when you were part of a highly effective team… What are the top three qualities of effective teams? How do you demonstrate respect for others when you work in a team?
  • Challenges and OpportunitiesRoad BlocksInitiatives
  • AudienceParticipation What are the opportunities for interprofessional education or collaborative practice in your education or practice setting?
  • Bridging the Education- Practice GapInnovations and Ideas
  • AudienceParticipation What skills do new graduates need in order to effectively participate in interprofessional practice teams? Discuss ideas for preparing students to transition to practice in interprofessional teams
  • ReferencesCommittee on the Health of Professions Education Summit. (2003).Health Professions Education: A Bridge to Quality. Washington, DC: TheNational Academies of Sciences.Interprofesional Education Collaboration. (2011). Core Competencies forInterprofessional 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 theFuture of Nursing at the Institute of Medicine; Institute of Medicine.http://www.nap.edu/catalog/12956.html. Last accessed October, 2012.Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation (2013). Transforming Patient Care: AligningInterprofessional Education with Clinical Practice Redesign.http://macyfoundation.org/docs/macy_pubs/TransformingPatientCare_ConferenceRec.pdf . Last accessed April, 2013.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 accessedFebruary, 2013.