1           Right Start ForumResourcing for programs to prepare pre-graduate     health professionals for the workplace   ...
2Introduction & Backgroundl  CurrentSchool Of Medicine –Conference Week  Integrationl  Initially   to focus on advanced ...
3Introduction & Backgroundthe Project - ICTC - DOHA fundedthe location - UWS & local community clinicsthe students - 5 hea...
4Aim & Methodsl  To    incorporate in the GP Conference Week Programl  Communication             Skills Exercise Sept,De...
5Aim & MethodsSession 1l    In Multidisciplinary group (pair) 30 minutes to review the scenariol    20 minutes with a pr...
6Resultsl  Encouraging – considering the issues relating to the  extent of the multidisciplinary involvement in the 3  se...
7ResultsIt was awesome, Would definitely recommend others toget involved. Enjoyed collaborating with the medstudent, knowi...
8ResultsThe whole experience was great and very helpful. Itwas something I had not experienced in the clinicalsetting and ...
9ResultsICTCI did the clinic with Dr X yesterday and it was awesome, he asked the studentsto work together and gather info...
10ResultsICTCBeing able to follow one patient over 3 hrs through different disciplines (GP,podiatry, exercise physiologist...
11Conclusions & Lessons Learnedl  The   Project as give the Schools an “injection”l  Value    of immediate feedbackl  V...
12Where to from here?l  For   Sept 2012l  Involvement   of other disciplines – Physiol  Timingl  The   selll  Possibl...
13              Thank YouFurther QuestionsAssoc. Prof.Wendy Hu (Dept. of GP)w.hu@uws.edu.auProf. Annemarie Hennessy(Dean)a...
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Presentation 2 - Using Conference Week Opportunities to Support Interprofessional Learning at a New Medical School

  1. 1. 1 Right Start ForumResourcing for programs to prepare pre-graduate health professionals for the workplace Dr. Ian Olney University Of Western Sydney 27 February 2012 Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  2. 2. 2Introduction & Backgroundl  CurrentSchool Of Medicine –Conference Week Integrationl  Initially to focus on advanced communication skillsl  Y5 – ‘Conference Week’ 4 times a yearl  Intention to include other disciplines where possible including Nursing & Social Work (Pyschology)l  Connections with ICTC Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  3. 3. 3Introduction & Backgroundthe Project - ICTC - DOHA fundedthe location - UWS & local community clinicsthe students - 5 health disciplines Nursing, Medicine, Physio, Podiatry & Psych Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  4. 4. 4Aim & Methodsl  To incorporate in the GP Conference Week Programl  Communication Skills Exercise Sept,Dec – 2011 & Jan 2012l  Scenarios, - “Critical Settings”Incl. Breaking bad news, Disclosing a medical error, Dealing with bereavement, Denying patient treatment or medication(requested) Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  5. 5. 5Aim & MethodsSession 1l  In Multidisciplinary group (pair) 30 minutes to review the scenariol  20 minutes with a professional actor (video captured on iPad)l  30 minutes to review & critique – with professional tutorl  Students self assess & assess the performance as a teamSession 2l  Scenario involving critically ill patient –Blacktown Hosp. Simulation Lab (AIMSI)l  Session 3 (Jan 2012)l  PBL exercise with Adv Nursing Students-chronic & complex conditions Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  6. 6. 6Resultsl  Encouraging – considering the issues relating to the extent of the multidisciplinary involvement in the 3 sessions.l  Sept – 86 med, 20 Nursing & 6 Social Work studentsl  Dec – 86 med & 6 nursing studentsl  Jan – 86 med students –l  Brief quantitative feedback – ‘highly enjoyed’ or ,enjoyed the experiencel  Informal qualitative feedback Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  7. 7. 7ResultsIt was awesome, Would definitely recommend others toget involved. Enjoyed collaborating with the medstudent, knowing they were going through the sameexpreience and were no better or worse than thenursing student.…. It was so real having the actor there that it madeyou think that you were in a real situation……The fact that you could watch the video back madeyou reflect on your performance. Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  8. 8. 8ResultsThe whole experience was great and very helpful. Itwas something I had not experienced in the clinicalsetting and to collaborate with a med student who wasin the same situation was the highlight. Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  9. 9. 9ResultsICTCI did the clinic with Dr X yesterday and it was awesome, he asked the studentsto work together and gather information about the patients current medicalstatus as well as any family and medical history, then we collaborated as towhat the possible condition the patient is suffering from as well as the possibletreatments.It was very interesting, for myself as a nursing student, to see this side of themedical profession, as normally we are at the end of the process, when thepatient is already hospitalized, this clinical enables us to see how, why and whatplaced them in our care. Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  10. 10. 10ResultsICTCBeing able to follow one patient over 3 hrs through different disciplines (GP,podiatry, exercise physiologist) make me a lot more aware of how importantcross-disciplinary treatmentsI was surprised to learn that such a place exists with all the specialists in theirrespective fields in one place to work on each patient as a whole person. Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  11. 11. 11Conclusions & Lessons Learnedl  The Project as give the Schools an “injection”l  Value of immediate feedbackl  Voluntary? Incentives?Needsl  Plenty of lead time to get students involvedl  Timing – to link with semester schedule, work etcl  Tutor preparation – feedback for students Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  12. 12. 12Where to from here?l  For Sept 2012l  Involvement of other disciplines – Physiol  Timingl  The selll  Possible inclusion of other disciplines in Conf week activities (eg Mock interviews) Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012
  13. 13. 13 Thank YouFurther QuestionsAssoc. Prof.Wendy Hu (Dept. of GP)w.hu@uws.edu.auProf. Annemarie Hennessy(Dean)an.hennessy@uws.edu.au Team Health Right Start Program Showcase 27 February 2012

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