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Provisional Programme: Overview

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Provisional Programme: Detailed

Wednesday 26th June 2024

09:00 - 10:00 Welcome and Coffee

10:00 - 11:30

Interprofessional Education 1

2024034
Academics’ Views of Opportunities for Collaborative Learning on Practice Placements. A qualitative study informed by Social Network Analysis
Dr Carol Dicken, Associate Professor (Retired), Kingston University, United Kingdom

2024044
Blended simulation-based interprofessional team training program: Lessons learned from focus group discussions
Dr Wei Ling Chua, Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore, Singapore

2024046
To what extent does having a student committee increase both the uptake and opinion of interprofessional education amongst students at the University of Nottingham?
Miss Wiktoria Katarzyna Braszkiewicz, Medical Student, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

2024059
Creating Interprofessional Field Identities: A Short Paper
Dr Melissa Owens, Director of Nurse Education, University of York, United Kingdom

2024100
Interprofessional Medical Education
Dr Ali Al-Azzawi, Academic foundation year doctor, Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, United Kingdom

Communication, Person-Centred Approach, Holistic Care 1

2024051
Changing Educational paradigms to provide multidisciplinary comprehensive person-centred care
Ms Karen Tuqiri, Director of Nursing, Prince of Wales Hospital, Australia

2024078
Shared decision making: audiology student perspective
Ms Saira Hussain, Senior Teaching Fellow, Aston University, United Kingdom
Mrs Claire Wilkes, Senior Teaching Fellow, Aston University, United Kingdom

2024012
Making that first phone call to a doctor: a pandemic curriculum success story
Ms Joanne (Jo) Victoria Colvin, Lecturer, Monash University, Australia

2024016
Development of a blended education program to improve teamwork and communication among midwifery students: findings from a mixed method study
Miss Martina Caglioni, PhD Student, Uninettuno University, Italy
Miss Viola Marostica, Student, UniSR, Italy

2024090
Discovering and Dreaming: Long-term Care Healthcare Aide Perceptions of Structural Empowerment
Mrs Jocelyn Elias, Education Facilitator and Infection Control Practitioner/Master of Nursing Student, Southern Health - Santé Sud/University of Manitoba, Canada

Research in the Education and Training of Health Professionals 1

2024007
Utilizing Project ECHO for Sickle Cell Disease: A Global Multidisciplinary Educational Opportunity
Dr Lisa Shook, Associate Professor, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, USA

2024025
Changemakers in healthcare: validation of a competency framework for innovative behaviour of healthcare professionals
Mrs Sabrina Nachtergaele, Researcher, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Belgium
Ms Nele De Roo, Lecturer & researcher, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Belgium

2024042
Evaluating the Role of an Integrated Research Curriculum in Fostering Lifelong Research Commitments in Medical Graduates: Shaping Future Clinician-Scientists
Dr Farah Ennab, Clinical Tutor, Mohammed Bin Rashid University Of Medicine and Health Sciences, UAE

2024043
Investigating the Journey and Outcomes of Research Experiential Learning in a Competency-based Undergraduate Medical Training Program in the United Arab Emirates
Dr Reem Hatem Abdulkareem, Clinical Tutor, Mohammad Bin Rashid University Of Medicine and Health Sciences, UAE

2024050
Using Artificial Intelligence to build our understanding of the educational factors associated with graduate nurse retention at the end of their transition to practice
Prof Val Wilson, Professor of Person Centered Healthcare, SWS Nursing & Midwifery Alliance, Ingham Institute of Medical Science and Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick Sydney, Australia

Workshop: Consensus methods for outcome setting in interprofessional faculty development

2024009
Consensus methods for outcome setting in interprofessional faculty development
Mrs Julie Browne, Reader in Medical Education, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Prof John Jenkins, Chair, ASPIRE Curriculum Development Panel, AMEE, United Kingdom
Prof Derek Gallen, Emeritus professor, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

11:30 - 13:00

Interprofessional Education 2

2024058
Technology-Assisted Interdisciplinary Learning and Simulation: Advancing Postgraduate Healthcare Education.
Prof Tara Cusack, Associate Professor, University College Dublin, Ireland

2024047
Evaluating the educational and networking opportunities for the Centre for Interprofessional Education and Learning (CIEL) student committee at the University of Nottingham.
Mrs Suzy Plows, Manager, Centre for Interprofessional Education and Learning, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

2024056
Building interprofessional collaborative practice competencies through online education.
Prof Fiona Bogossian, Deputy Dean - Health, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

2024002
Utilizing the Anthropocene as a framework for teaching global interdependence in an introductory interprofessional education course
Dr Anthony Paul Breitbach, Professor, Saint Louis University, USA

2024099
Interprofessional education evaluation and next steps
Prof Maria Cordina, Professor, University of Malta, Malta

Health Workforce Policy & Research 1

2024019
Understanding the scope of practice of physician associate/physician associate comparable professions using the World Health Organization global competency and outcomes framework for universal health coverage
Prof Mary Showstark, Assistant Professor, Yale University, USA

2024081
Collaboration Competencies in an International Academic Nursing Partnership: Strengthening the Brazilian Health System
Prof Andrea Sonenberg, Professor, Pace University, USA

2024087
Analysis of collaborative practice development strategy aligned with the Global Competency Framework for Universal Health Coverage
Dr Sergio Alberto König, Academic, UCSH, Chile

2024097
The Joint Action HEROES - HEalth woRkfOrcE to meet health challengeS
Dr Xavier Bayona-Huguet, Family doctor, Institut Català de la Salut, Spain

Education and Practice: Barriers and Understanding

2024062
Revolutionizing Pharmacy Recognition: Evolution of the Australian and New Zealand College of Advanced Pharmacy   Background
Ms Kylee Hayward, Head of Workforce Advancement, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Australia

2024021
Humanness in Learning: Nurturing the Human Spirit
Prof Jennifer Graebe, Director, Accreditation NCPD and Joint Accreditation, ANCC, USA

2024102
Closing The Gap: Improving Surgical Skills Teaching For Foundation Year One Doctors
Dr Robert James Flather, Clinical Teaching Fellow, Royal United Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

2024103
Training in ultrasound cannulation better prepares students for modern clinical practice
Dr Annabel Lloyd-Thomas, Clinical Teaching Fellow in Medical Education, Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust, United Kingdom

2024104
Examining the Relationships between Work Environment and Stress Coping Mechanisms with Burnout in Medical Students
Miss Oluwafunke Oluwatosin Ogunremi, Medical Student, University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine, USA

Workshop: Interprofessional workforce systemic approach: how can you facilitate leadership from your interprofessional champions and learners?

2024029
Interprofessional workforce systemic approach: how can you facilitate leadership from your interprofessional champions and learners?
Dr Marie-Andree Girard, Clinical adjunct professor, Anesthesiologist, Clinique AGM, Canada

13:00 - 14:30 Lunch

14:30 - 16:00 

Interprofessional Education 3

2024038
The Plymouth Integrative Health and Social Care Education Centre: promoting interprofessional education and research across a large faculty of health
Dr Pamela JL Rae, Research Fellow, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Dr Phil of Gee, Director of the Plymouth Integrative Health & Social Care Education Centre (PIHC), University of Plymouth, United Kingdom

2024010
Theoretical model of interprofessional educator development: an analytical literature review
Mrs Julie Browne, Reader in Medical Education, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

2024014
Establishing Psychological Safety and Addressing Power Dynamics: Cornerstones of Successful Interprofessional Practice and Education
Dr Shelley Cohen Konrad, Director, Center to Advance Interprofessional Education and Practice; Professor, Social Work, University of New England, USA

2024018
A mixed methods investigation of the relevance of interprofessional socialization during studies for the profession: Results from students and young professionals in the health professions
Dr Katrin Kunze, Research Assistant, University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany

2024003
Promoting Interprofessional Dialogue and Collaboration and Between Academia and Clinical Practice Through a Structured Stakeholder Engagement Model at Regional Summits
Dr Anthony Paul Breitbach, Professor, Saint Louis University, USA
Prof Elizabeth Swann, Executive Director for the Center of Interprofessional Education and Practice, Nova Southeastern University, USA

Leadership & Management

2024026
Development and validation of tools for assessing characteristics and influencing factors for the development of Clinical Leadership
Mrs Sabrina Nachtergaele, Researcher, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Belgium

2024052
The Emerging NUM Program: Building Collaborative Competence and Enhancing and Expanding Leadership Skills
Ms Karen Tuqiri, Director of Nursing, Prince of Wales Hospital, Australia

2024061
A Novel Leadership Fellowship Training Programme for Capacity Building of Pharmacists in Africa
Mrs Chiko Savieli, Workforce Capability Building Programmes Lead, Commonwealth Pharmacists Association, United Kingdom

2024023
The perspectives of healthcare professionals on the concept and characteristics of clinical leadership: a qualitative study in Nursing Homes
Ms Nele De Roo, Lecturer & researcher, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Belgium

2024079
Skills Development for Clinical Students: Leadership, Innovation and Quality
Ms Saira Hussain, Senior Teaching Fellow, Aston University, United Kingdom

Research in the Education and Training of Health Professionals 2

2024053
Accelerated Transition Program into the Intensive Care Unit: An innovative education strategy to fast track Registered Nurse training with supervision and leadership support in Intensive Care
Prof Val Wilson, Professor of Person Centered Healthcare, SWS Nursing & Midwifery Alliance, Ingham Institute of Medical Science and Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick Sydney, Australia

2024060
Rural and flexible nursing education; Motivation, experiences and career expectations
Mrs Anita Lyssand, Head of Department, VID Specialized University, Norway
Dr Silje Stangeland Lie, Associate Professor / Head of Department, VID Specialized University, Norway
Prof Kari Røykenes, Professor of Nursing, Doctor of Education, VID Specialized University, Norway

2024094
Impact of a novel undergraduate teaching programme designed to improve students’ confidence in assessing Ophthalmological patients
Dr Shuchi Kohli, Medical Education Fellow, Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, United Kingdom
Dr Daniel Joseph Curry, Foundation Year 3 Doctor, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, United Kingdom

2024070
Strategizing PLATO with Scrum: Transforming Medical Education by Bridging Basic Sciences and Clinical Knowledge in Competency Based Medical Education
Prof Yaj Banerjee, Associate Professor Of Biochemistry, MBRU, UAE

2024030
Approaches to visualize classification in eHealth system
Ms Sirkku Säätelä, Senior Lecturer, Novia University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Workshop: Improving Client Outcomes through Incorporating Health Behavior Models and Motivational Interviewing Skills into HealthCare Professionals Practice

2024076
Improving Client Outcomes through Incorporating Health Behavior Models and Motivational Interviewing Skills into HealthCare Professionals Practice
Dr. Noreen Nelson, Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing, USA

16:00 - 17:30

Interprofessional Education 4

2024017
Evaluation of a peer support training programme for healthcare workers in an acute hospital in Singapore
Mr Muhammad Noor Latasa Bin Abdul Latiff, Senior Medical Social Worker, KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore

2024035
Interprofessional learning in a Student-Run Dental Clinic: a challenge for dental hygiene and dentistry programs
Mrs Maria Kersbergen, PhD candidate, Senior Lecturer, HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

2024036
An evaluation of inter-professional prehospital critical care simulation training for healthcare students in higher education.
Miss Suzie Boot, Lecturer in Paramedic Science, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Dr Pamela JL Rae, Research Fellow, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom

2024055
Strengthening the quality of interprofessional education learning experiences through online faculty development.
Prof Fiona Bogossian, Deputy Dean - Health, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

2024086
Strategy based on active methodologies in the first years of a health career to develop the skills and abilities necessary for collaborative practices and interdisciplinary competencies.
Dr Sergio Alberto König, Academic, UCSH, Chile.

Developing your Healthcare Educators

2024011
The emotional journey to healthcare educator: a qualitative analysis of 20 interviews
Mrs Julie Browne, Reader in Medical Education, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

2024072
Recommendations for Nurse Educator education in Europe
Dr Pilar Fuster, Vice director Nursing Department, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Spain

2024049
Fostering Global Collaborations in Health Profession Education: The Global Classrooms for Health Profession Education Network
Dr Jun Jie Lim, Academic foundation trainee in medical education / Student PgCert in medical education, School of Medicine and Population Health, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

2024022
To Team or not to Team!
Prof Jennifer Graebe, Director, Accreditation NCPD and Joint Accreditation, ANCC, USA

2020230
Interprofessional communication - basics, developments, findings and some observations on ethical dimensions in relation to patient safety
Mrs Doreen Herinek, Junior Researcher, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany

Workshop: H-Pass Workshop

Miss Nóra Fazekas, Education specialist, National Directorate General for Hospitals, Hungary
Ms Fruzsina Kóder, Project Manager, National Directorate General for Hospitals, Hungary
Mr David Smith, Director, INHWE

Workshop: #We2. Patient and public engagement in interprofessional education

2020208
#We2. Patient and public engagement in interprofessional education
Dr Anita Stevens, Researcher - Senior lecturer, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Prof Albine Moser, Professor of Applied Sciences, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

17:30 - 19:00 - Keynote Panel and Conference Reception 

 

Thursday 27th June 2024

09:00 - 10:00 Coffee and Networking

10:00 - 11:30

Interprofessional Education 5

2024071
Results of an International IPE Event - Outcomes, Student Perceptions, and Future Actions
Dr Ann Marie Curtis, Director of Interprofessional Education, Maine College of Health Professions, USA
Mrs Suzy Plows, Manager, Centre for Interprofessional Education and Learning, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

2024082
Learning Together to Work Together: Developing Collaborative Care for Patients with Head and Neck Cancer.
Mrs Emma Pope, Senior Lecturer & IPE Lead, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

2024085
MidMed: Simulated Interprofessional Collaborative Practice for Midwifery and Medicine Students
Miss Zakiya Nosakhere, Assistant Professor of Midwifery, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Mrs Suzy Plows, Manager, Centre for Interprofessional Education and Learning, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

2024028
Creating high quality IPE resources and workshops: Tools, Tips and Techniques A Case Study
Dr Melissa Owens, Director of Nurse Education, University of York, United Kingdom

Health Workforce Policy & Research 2

2024084
Elderly care organizations as the initiators of caring neighborhoods; a suitable solution?
Dr Noor Van Duijnhoven, Senior researcher, HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

2024033
Building a new health system.  Lessons learned on cross-domain collaboration from three different communities in the Netherlands
Dr Geert Rutten, Senior researcher, HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

2024089
Correlation between domain and indicators of Person-Centered Care of the RIPLS Scale and the attributes of (Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale) in Nursing Students in preclinical stages of training.
Dr Sergio Alberto König, Academic, UCSH, Chile

2024041
Sustainability of interprofessional team meetings for vulnerable elderly people living at home
Prof Albine Moser, Professor of Applied Sciences, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

Research in the Education and Training of Health Professionals 3

2024037
Continuous professional development of health professionals guided by specialist core competencies: an e-Delphi study
Dr Nicola Pagnucci, Researcher, University of Pisa, Italy

2024057
Taking the earliest opportunity: gathering students’ thoughts about an interprofessional learning intervention during induction
Dr Nicola King, Lecturer in Cardiac Physiology, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Dr Pamela JL Rae, Research Fellow, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom

2024083
The Impact of a Near-Peer Mentoring Program on the Professional Development of Medical Students: A Qualitative Study
Miss Lea Pölczman, PhD Student, Semmelweis University, Hungary

2024063
Collaboration at its core: Developing the healthcare workforce for person-centred practice
Prof Tanya McCance, Professor of Nursing, Ulster University, United Kingdom

2024068
Progressive Muscle Relaxation in Pandemic Times: Bolstering Medical Student Resilience through IPRMP and Gagne's Model
Prof Yaj Banerjee, Associate Professor of Biochemistry, MBRU, UAE

Workshop: IPECP at the centre of the future quality and safety policy agenda - Why and how? 

2024031
IPECP at the centre of the future quality and safety policy agenda - Why and how?
Prof John Jenkins, Chair, ASPIRE Curriculum Development Panel, AMEE, United Kingdom
Dr Marie-Andree Girard, Clinical adjunct professor, Anesthesiologist, Clinique AGM, Canada

Dr Barbara Maxwell, Associate Dean & Director, IPE Center, Indiana University, USA

11:30 - 13:00

Digital Skills and Technology in Healthcare and Education

2024027
AI-ding the ED: Exploring the potential for artificial intelligence (AI) to support medical decision-making in emergency departments (EDs)
Ms Raisa Ladha, PhD Student, McMaster University, Canada

2024045
Digital Transformation: A look at the creation & implementation of a Foundation Year Two (FY2) Digital Health rotation
Dr Rebecca Gilmore, Doctor (FY2), Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
Dr William Matthews, FY2, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

2024073
Exploring Essential Skills for Healthcare Professionals in Integrating Digital Health into Practice
Prof Marta Aymerich, Researcher, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

2024092
H-PASS: A complex training course for healthcare professionals on digital and transversal skills supported by VR
Miss Nóra Fazekas, Education specialist, National Directorate General for Hospitals, Hungary
Ms Fruzsina Kóder, Project Manager, National Directorate General for Hospitals, Hungary

2024065
Virtual reality simulation for collaborative competencies in healthcare education
Dr Silje Stangeland Lie, Associate Professor / Head of Department, VID Specialized University, Norway

2024098
Strengthening the health workforce in the use of digital technologies
Mrs Bernice Azzopardi Meli, PhD candidate, University of Malta, Malta

Communication, Person-Centred Approach, Holistic Care 2

2024015
Analysis of participant evaluation of an education program on communication for midwifery students. A case control study
Miss Martina Caglioni, PhD Student, Uninettuno University, Italy
Miss Viola Marostica, Student, UniSR, Italy

2024001
Facilitation of a service user group
Prof Ruth Mary Strudwick, Professor in Diagnostic Radiography & Head of AHP, University of Suffolk, United Kingdom

2024091
A Social Return on Investment Evaluation of a university nature-based social prescribing pathway to support mental health, and wellbeing
Mr Abraham Makanjuola, Research Assistant, University of South Wales, United Kingdom

2024101
Inter-institutional analysis of skin of color representation in dermatological lecture content at MD and DO Medical Schools
Miss Oluwafunke Oluwatosin Ogunremi, Medical Student, University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine, USA

Panel: Post-COVID Healthcare Transformation: Embracing Innovation, Digital Technologies, and Collaboration in Health Education and Practice

2024096
Post-COVID Healthcare Transformation: Embracing Innovation, Digital Technologies, and Collaboration in Health Education and Practice
Dr Hossein Khalili, Dean of Academic Administration, Winston-Salem State University, USA
Dr Melissa Owens, Director of Nurse Education, University of York, United Kingdom
Dr Anthony Paul Breitbach, Professor, Saint Louis University, USA
Dr Shelley Cohen Konrad, Director, Center to Advance Interprofessional Education and Practice; Professor, Social Work, University of New England, USA

Workshop: ECHOES Workshop

Mr David Smith, Director, INHWE

13:00 - 14:30 Lunch

14:30 - 16:00 

Hybrid Session: Collaborative practice building: Essential non-clinical competencies that are likely to optimise capability and patient-centred outcomes

2024008
Collaborative practice building: Essential non-clinical competencies that are likely to optimise capability and patient-centred outcomes
Dr. Adrian Schoo, Clinical education consultant, Australia
Mr David Smith, Director, INHWE