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3rd Annual Interprofessional Education Summit

Transforming Healthcare: Advancing Practice

 Breakout Sessions

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                      Select one morning and one afternoon session                    

10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.    Morning Breakout Sessions:

Seven Tactics for Success in Interprofessional Healthcare Teams
            • Presenter:  Gordon Mosser  MD, MLitt  Senior Fellow Division of Health Policy and Management School of Public Health
               Co-author of Understanding Teamwork in Health Care (McGraw Hill, 2013) provides a comprehensive account of teams in health care, written primarily to make available to clinicians the knowledge of effective teamwork that has been generated in sociology, organizational psychology, management science, and other related fields.
 
Three Silos and a Skyway: Interprofessional Training as Practice
            • Presenters:  George Baboila,  MSW, LICSW Director of Social Work Services, Clinical Faculty
            • Patricia Stankovitch, Psy.D., LP Director of Psychological Services, Clinical Faculty
            • Virgil Wiebe, JD Director of Clinical Education and Professor

              The Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services combines training and practice for students in social work, psychology, and law to work collaboratively, while respecting the professional identity of each. This work focuses especially on the elderly and on refugees pursuing asylum. The presenters will look at the educational components that focus on interprofessional care with an emphasis on how these courses look to competencies in interprofessional work. Examples will also be given of interprofessional practice at work in the clinic setting. (A collaboration between the University of St. Thomas/St. Catherine University School of Social, University of St. Thomas School of Law and the Graduate School of Professional Psychology)

Meeting the Needs of the Whole Child through Interprofessional Collaboration
           • Presenters: ​Dr. Mary Hearst, MPH, PhD., Associate Professor of Public Health, Program Director of Public Health, St. Catherine University, Principal Investigator of Montessori Partners Serving All Children Better Way Foundation Grant
           • Liza Davis, B.A., AMI Primary Diploma, Special Programs Coordinator, Montessori Center of Minnesota
           • Anna Drennen, M.A., Program Coordinator, Montessori Partners Serving All Children, St. Catherine University
            Through the generous support of the Better Way Foundation, the Montessori Center of MN and St. Catherine University are partnering to provide holistic interventions for families.  St. Catherine's public health, occupational therapy, physician assistant, education, and social work departments are working inter-professionally with the Montessori Center to provide support programs that help promote children's optimal growth and development. This presentation will share information about our program model and insights from the pilot year of this community-campus partnership.

2:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.             Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Partnering Academic and Clinical Sites for Improved Patient Safety: Focusing on Interprofessional Communication Core Competency
               • Presenter:  Lynne Sinclair,  MA (Ad ED), BSc (PT)
                This interactive workshop will focus on the critical interprofessional core competency of communication through the lens of patient safety and quality improvement. Both students and clinicians can greatly improve their interprofessional communication in healthcare by partnering to further develop learning across the academic and clinical sites. Participants will discuss key patient safety learning opportunities in their setting and discuss possible partnerships for the future.
 
Abbott Northwestern Hospital Evidence-Based Fellowship Program
            • Presenters: Susan Sendelbach  PhD, RN, CCNS, FAHA Director of Nursing Research, Abbott Northwestern Hospital
            • Janet M. Benz, MA, RN  St. Catherine University,  Assistant Professor of Nursing

              The Abbott-Northwestern Hospital Evidence –Based Practice (EBP) Fellowship, in partnership with St. Catherine University, is a 12-month program that includes interprofessional teams, classroom instruction, one-to-one mentorship with an APRN and integration of the EBP change into patient care. The interprofessional teams will present their work of the past 6-8 months and the resulting practice changes to improve patient outcomes
 
Seven Tactics for Success in Interprofessional Healthcare Teams
            • Presenter:  Gordon Mosser  MD, MLitt  Senior Fellow Division of Health Policy and Management School of Public Health
               Co-author of Understanding Teamwork in Health Care (McGraw Hill, 2013) provides a comprehensive account of teams in health care, written primarily to make available to clinicians the knowledge of effective teamwork that has been generated in sociology, organizational psychology, management science, and other related fields.