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Interprofessional Education: Where Do Your Students Stand and What Can You Do About It?

Faculty Development Workshop 2013-2014
When: 
Tuesday, January 21, 2014 - 7:30am to 9:00am
Where: 

Hospital 6th Floor - Room 6121
(Teleconference to CNMC)
 

Contacts: 

Myisha Braddock
mbraddock@gwu.edu
202-994-3266

Presenter:

Ozgur Ekmekci, EdD
Interim Chair, Department of Clinical Research and Leadership
School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Why One Should Attend:

As health care delivery continues to evolve around the notion of a team of care providers working together to improve patient outcomes, interprofessional education becomes a critical component of success. Regardless of primary discipline, educators’ focus should be on providing their students interprofessional experiences that can transform the way students learn and practice with members from other disciplines. Students’ success in such interprofessional experiences largely depends on their perceptions and attitudes towards interprofessional education. This workshop is intended to provide educators a variety of tools for assessing their students’ perceptions and attitudes towards interprofessional education and what approaches might be employed to help promote a professional identity within each discipline that is grounded in the idea of learning and performing with other professions.

Objectives:

1) Review expected benefits/outcomes of interprofessional education
2) Evaluate students’ perceptions regarding interprofessional education
3) Evaluate students’ attitudes toward interprofessional health care teams
4) Assess students’ readiness for interprofessional learning
5) Develop approaches for promoting among students the notion of learning and performing with other professions

Accreditation

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing education for physicians.

CME Credit

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences designates this continuing medical education activity for 1 credit in Category 1 of the Physicians' Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. Each physician should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.