Interprofessional and Faculty Development Summit
The Office of Academic and Student Affairs held the 2020 Interprofessional & Faculty Development Summit on Thursday, November 12th.
The Summit was a half-day networking and learning opportunity for all faculty at the University of Kansas Medical Center, focused on enhancing teaching, scholarship and learning.
2020 Interprofessional & Faculty Development Summit
Interprofessional Preceptor Session
The session will consist of interactive professional development activities for practicing healthcare professionals who are also educators in practice settings (defined as a preceptor) to enhance your precepting skills to set up an optimal interprofessional clinical learning environment.
We will specifically focus on the challenges faced today with remote precepting due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Everyone is welcome - including preceptors from in the community and across the state!
- Discuss the key concepts of intentional interprofessional education and practice and identify opportunities for learners in authentic practice settings.
- Discover new strategies for Precepting interprofessional learners remotely.
- Develop an approach to debriefing and provide feedback about interprofessional collaboration to support learners.
Dr. Aviad Haramati, PhD Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology Director, Center for Innovation and Leadership Education, Georgetown University School of Medicine.
Topic: Creating a Culture of Wellness and Resilience.
Past Summit Presentations
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