Interprofessional Training Opportunity: Teach More About Teams
January 25 - March 5, 2021
This interprofessional faculty development mini-course has been developed to equip clinician educators across DUHS with the knowledge, skills, and attributes to effectively facilitate interprofessional education (IPE) and collaboration in clinical settings.
Teach More About Teams engages participants longitudinally in a six-week virtual blended learning format consisting of synchronous and asynchronous individual, large group, and small group activities. Two large group sessions function as the bookend anchors of the program, allowing for participant networking to begin at the outset of the program and for consolidation of learning as a group at the conclusion of the program.
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Participants will learn the impetus behind DUSON's Student Success Center, the structure and function of the center, and how the center is driving mental illness prevention measures at DUSON presented by Drs. Sean Convoy, assistant professor and lead faculty, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program; Brandon Knettel, assistant professor and interim coordinator, Student Success Center; and Valerie Howard, vice dean for Academic Affairs and professor of Nursing.
Successfully Navigating the Hospital Interprofessional Learning Environment in the COVID-19 Era
Participants will learn how COVID-19 has intensified and magnified the scope and reach of our known and unknown stressors as well as learn Six Mindful Strategies to help everyone strive to be their best self, so that our collective innate goodness and reasonableness can emerge presented by Mary Holtshneider, Simulation Educator Co-Director, Interprofessional Advanced Fellowship in Clinical Simulation Nursing Program Manager, Duke Area Health Education Center ; Dr. Chan W. Park, Director of Simulation Education and the Co-Director, Interprofessional Advanced Fellowship in Clinical Simulation at the Durham VA Health Care System.
Participants will explore evidence of bias in HPE evaluations, define desirable components of written evaluations in HPE, practice improved writing of narrative evaluations, and discuss effective faculty development materials for frontline faculty/clinical preceptors presented by Dr. Alison Clay, assistant dean for Clinical Edcuation and assistant professor of Surgery, Duke University School of Medicine.
The Duke University School of Nursing Institute for Educational Excellence sponsored the Summer 2020 Teaching Conversations Series entitled "Rethinking IPE in a Post-COVID-19 World" presented by IPE Assistant Directors Nicholas Hudak, MPA, MSEd, PA-C; Erin Leiman, MD; Amy Pastva, PT, MA, PhD, CHSE; and Margie Molloy, DNP, RN CNE, CHSE.