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SLIG 2018 student testimonal

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Scholars and Leaders in Interprofessional Geriatrics (ENGAGE-IL-SLIG)

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SLIG 2018 student testimonal

  1. 1. NUPR 595: CLINICAL OPTIONS EBONIE WRIGHT BSN, RN, CWCN SCHOLARS AND LEADERS INTERPROFESSIONAL GERIATRICS FELLOWSHIP ENGAGE ILLINOIS
  2. 2. SCHOLARS AND LEADERS IN INTERPROFESSIONAL GERIATRICS Goal: To enable health science students interested in geriatrics to acquire attitudes, values and competencies necessary for practicing comprehensive, patient- and family-centered geriatric care as part of interprofessional teams in a variety of health care settings. June 26, 2018 to August 3, 2018
  3. 3. SCHOLARS AND LEADERS IN INTERPROFESSIONAL GERIATRICS Expectations and Time Commitment: Fellows met on the scheduled class days and had an estimated equal amount of preparatory and reflective work each week. This work included: assigned readings, watching online video modules, preparing for an in-class debate, preparing and writing a final paper and presentation for the “SLIG Showcase”. College of Nursing College of Medicine College of Pharmacology School of Public Health College of Social Work College of Applied Health Science
  4. 4. ESSENTIAL VI: INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION FOR IMPROVING PATIENT AND POPULATION HEALTH OUTCOMES • Ethics In Healthcare • Working Effectively In An Interprofessional Medical Team
  5. 5. ESSENTIAL V: HEALTH CARE POLICY FOR ADVOCACY IN HEALTH • Methadone Clinic, Peoria, IL • High Geriatric Population • Complex Care Management
  6. 6. ESSENTIAL II: ORGANIZATIONAL AND SYSTEMS LEADERSHIP FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND SYSTEMS THINKING • Norwood Park Senior Center • State of the art exercise facility • Computer Lab • Dining Room • Lunch Served Daily • Monthly Medication Screens • Monthly Health Education
  7. 7. ESSENTIAL III: CLINICAL SCHOLARSHIP AND ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE • Right to Die Debate • Ethics in Death and Dying
  8. 8. SCHOLARLY PAPER “Opioid Misuse and the Aging Population: How Health Professionals Can Deliver Appropriate Intervention and Treatment” 87% of Older Adults See A Physician Regularly Health Professionals are the Least Source of Substance Abuse Referrals U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 2012 Photo Courtesy of Human Service Center, Inc
  9. 9. MY FAVORITE TAKEAWAY
  10. 10. REFERENCES • Dunbar-Jacob, J., Natvig, D.G., & Khalil, H. (2013). Impact of the Doctor of Nursing Practice education in shaping health care systems for the future. Journal of Nursing Education 52, 423-427. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20130719-03. • Quad Council Coalition Competency Review Task Force. (2018). Community/public health nursing competencies. Retrieved from http://www.quadcouncilphn.org/documents-3/2018-qcc-competencies/ • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2012). Substance abuse among older adults Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series, No. 26. HHS Publication No. (SMA) 12-3918. Retrieved from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK64419/pdf/Bookshelf_NBK64419.pdf

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