Interprofessional and Faculty Development Summit
The Office of Academic and Student Affairs held the Faculty Development Summit on Friday, November 30, 2018 from 12:00-5:00pm in the School of Nursing Auditorium and Atrium. The event was held in conjunction with the 4th Annual Interprofessional Preceptor Summit.
- 8:30-12:00pm Preceptor Summit - 4024 Varnes
- 12:00-1:30pm Keynote speaker and awards presentation School of Nursing Auditorium or live stream
- 1:30-4:00pm Ed Like Ted Talks - School of Nursing Auditorium*
- 4:00-5:00pm Interprofessional poster session and networking reception - School of Nursing Atrium
*A full schedule of the Ed Like Ted Talks is listed below*
Interprofessional Preceptor Summit
The summit consisted of interactive professional development opportunities to learn more about intentionally offering interprofessional education and collaborative practice opportunities in "real world" practice environments. For many, enhancing the team-based care that you are already involved with and meaningfully engaging the learners in this work is all that is needed to have a positive impact on their training. By engaging in this professional development and providing these experiences for learners, participants had the ability to enhance patient care experiences, their satisfaction as a preceptor and ultimately engage interprofessional learners in "value-added" benefits to their practice.
Who Should Participate?
The target audience was individual/interprofessional team of practitioners that are preceptors, from any type of practice setting who are interested in developing or enhancing interprofessional practice and education at their site. Other individuals include experiential education/clerkship directors and administrators. Everyone was welcome (including preceptors from in the community and across the state)!
1. Discuss the key concepts of intentional interprofessional education and practice for learners in authentic practice settings.
2. Identify opportunities for enhancing interprofessional education in your practice setting.
3. Develop an approach to debriefing and/or providing feedback about interprofessional collaboration to support and enrich the interprofessional practice for learners.
Faculty Development Summit, Keynote Luncheon, Ed Like Ted Talks and Poster Session
The event was a half-day networking and learning opportunity for all faculty at KUMC. In addition to a dynamic keynote speaker at lunch, the afternoon Ed Like Ted Talks are focused on enhancing teaching, scholarship and learning.
Keynote lunch and awards presentation - 12:00-1:30pm - School of Nursing Auditorium
The keynote luncheon featured a presentation by Amy Blue, PhD, Associate Vice President for Interprofessional Education and Associate Dean for Educational Affairs and Clinical Professor, College of Public Health and Health Professions - University of Florida. Further, 2018 recipients of the Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award, the Chancellor's Club Teaching Professorship and the Glendon Cox Leadership Award were recognized.
Ed Like Ted Talks - 1:30pm-4:00pm
- 1:35pm - Finding your voice through educational assessment -- Steve Jernigan, PT, PhD, FNAP, Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Education, School of Health Professions
- 1:58pm - Let's flip our attitude from "learn to write" to "write to learn" -- Maryellen Potts, PhD, Education Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
- 2:21pm - But what about us? Perspectives of students completing an established (legacy) curriculum during transition to an innovative curriculum -- Anne Walling, MB, CHB, Professor Emerita, Family and Community Medicine, School of Medicine - Wichita
- 2:44pm - Transforming medical education through hybrid simulation -- Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine, School of Medicine-Wichita
- 3:07pm - Shifting the paradigm in clinical laboratory science education through the use of simulation -- Dana Bostic, MBA, MLS(ASCP)cm, Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, School of Health Professions
- 3:30pm - Reflective portfolios for teaching and learning -- Wanda Blaser Bonnel, PhD, RN, GNP-BC, ANEF, Associate Professor, School of Nursing
Interprofessional Poster Session and Networking Reception - 4:00pm-5:00pm - School of Nursing Atrium
Amy Blue, PhD - Associate Vice President for Interprofessional Education and Associate Dean for Educational Affairs and Clinical Professor, College of Public Health and Health Professions - University of Florida
Dr. Blue is the Associate Vice President for Interprofessional Education - UF Health, and the Associate Dean for Educational Affairs and Clinical Professor in the College of Public Health and Health Professions at the University of Florida. She earned her doctorate in Anthropology (Medical) from Case Western Reserve University and completed a National Institute of Mental Health post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science. Dr. Blue has been engaged in health professions education for over 20 years, having implemented and directed several educational programs involving students from multiple health professions, such as medical, dental, biomedical science, pharmacy, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and public health. In 2007, she became the founding director of the interprofessional education program at the Medical University of South Carolina where she was named the Assistant Provost for Education. She served in that role until she assumed her current position at the University of Florida in 2013. She has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles in the medical and health professions education literature and is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Interprofessional Care, and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice. Dr. Blue served as a member of the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) Expert Panel that wrote the Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Report in 2011, and completed a study funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation examining assessment and evaluation processes in interprofessional education. In 2018, she received the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Southern Group on Educational Affairs (SGEA) Career Educator Award.