Special Events

Foundations of Interprofessional Collaboration: Introduction to TeamSTEPPS Sessions:

Introduction to TeamSTEPPS January 2014

KUMC Lauched our first Foundations of Interprofessional Collaborations pilot on October 18th, 2013 with nearly 100 students and 30 faculty and staff in attendance. The session started with a brief 20 minute orientation and proceeded with small group breakout sessions with interprofessional teams of 12-13 students per room. Preliminary results from the after session evaluations were very high with the highest rated activity of "learning with students from other professions" listed as Highly Vauable!

Our first required IPC: Introduction to TeamSTEPPS will be conducted on January 23rd, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. This will be offered to over 800 students from 12 programs at KUMC. I you are interested in training as an IPE Faculty Facilitator please contact Kristy Johnston.

"I just wanted to thank you for the opportunity to be a part of the initial pilot of TeamStepps here at KUMC! I had a great time and thought it was a very valuable experience." Kelsey Simpson, School of Medicine Class of 2016

Past Events:

Regina Holliday Speaker Event Kick's Off the KUMC IPE 2013 Activities:

The Eye of The Storm: Patient Centered Care and Collaboration by Regina Holliday

Regina Holliday

Regina Holliday shared her story on Sept. 12th 2013 with 300 attendees in two speaking events. Regina is a speaker and author in Washington, D.C. She writes about the benefits of health information technology (HIT) and timely data access for patients and families. She painted a series of murals depicting the need for clarity and transparency in medical records

Regina paints and speaks at medical conferences throughout the world. She is part the movement known as participatory medicine. She and others in this movement believe that the patient is a partner with their provider and both should work together as a team. She uses the tools of technology and social media to better understand the patient condition and the landscape of medicine.

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