Improving Care through Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Three Part Workshop Series, 2014 Gwendolen Buhr, MD, MHS, MEd, CMD

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  • Improving Care through Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Three Part Workshop Series, 2014 Gwendolen Buhr, MD, MHS, MEd, CMD
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  • Logistics Ethos account Sign in Evaluations
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  • Private Group for Documents Created During Workshop
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  • Who Is Here? Genesis Healthcare Alleghany Center Universal Healthcare Fuquay Varina Ramseur Health Tique Group Winston Salem Nursing and Rehab Durham Nursing and Rehab Franklin Oaks Nursing and Rehab Center, Louisburg, NC Triad Group Louisburg Nursing Center Louisburg Manor Hillcrest, Durham, NC Brookshire, Hillsborough, NC Brookdale 4 teams Carol Woods CCRC GET clinic Community Care of Wake and Johnston Counties Carolina Community Collaborative
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  • Workshop Considerations: Who is on your team and how do they participate? October 22 November 5 November 19 Teamwork Perceptions Questionnaire now and at the conclusion of the workshop Funding: Health Resources and Services Administration Geriatrics Education Center Grant (UB4HP19203 0500)
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  • IPEC Competencies
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  • What does ideal team-based care look like?
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  • Institute of Medicine How care is delivered is as important as what care is delivered Developing effective teams is critical to achieving care that is patient-centered, safer, timelier, and more effective, efficient, and equitable
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  • Interprofessional Collaborative Practice When multiple health workers from different professional backgrounds work together with patients, families, caregivers, and communities to deliver the highest quality of care (WHO, 2010)
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  • Interprofessional Team-based Care Care delivered by intentionally created, usually relatively small work groups in health care, who are recognized by others as well as by themselves as having a collective identity and shared responsibility for a patient or group of patients.
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  • Types of Professional Competencies Common Competencies Individual Professional Competencies: Complementary IP Collaborative Competencies
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  • Interprofessional Education Collaborative Core Competencies
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  • Practical Tools: Matrix Assessment of Interprofessional Collaboration * * To be completed with a patient scenario or problem in mind Patient scenario or problem: What are examples of your teams successful demonstration of the IPEC domain? What are examples of your teams challenges related to the IPEC domain? What steps might be taken to address these challenges both as an interprofessional team and individually by profession?
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  • Interprofessional Teamwork Inventory Resources on the Back


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