Jana Zaudke, MD, MA
Jana Zaudke MD, MA is a family physician and medical educator at the University of Kansas Medical Center. She came to medicine as a second career, and brings with her a background in the liberal arts. In 2009, she started as full-time faculty in the department of Family Medicine. In 2011, she completed a Sunflower Fellowship in Academic Medicine. Currently, she sees patients with interprofessional teams of students at the point of care in the Interprofessional Teaching Clinic
. Her aim is to expose School of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Health Professions students to collaboration before graduation. In addition to her work in the outpatient context, she has also been actively involved in supporting interprofessional activities in the hospital as the Medical Director of the Family Medicine Inpatient Service. Family Medicine residents and physicians now 'huddle' daily with Case Management, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy and Law to discuss patient care and discharge planning. She intends to continue to develop innovative IPE-related activities in the outpatient and inpatient settings, all the while developing a workforce well-equipped to change healthcare delivery.
Nov 12, 2014