Conference Programme: Dublin 2019

Conference Programme

 

Welcome Coffee

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 10.00-12.00

Assessment, Evaluation and Implementation I

Facilitator: Mr. Hiten Mitha, CBME Lecturer, University of Manchester

2018105: A stakeholder approach to design, implement and evaluate Inter-Professional Education

2018110: The Effectiveness of an Introductory Interprofessional Course in Building Readiness for Collaboration in the Health Professions

2018128: Effective inter-professional education; an innovative approach to delivering collaborative working

2018153: Student evaluation of an online inter-professional ethics learning tool

Interprofessional Education and Development

Facilitator: Mr. Adam Layland, Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Management, Coventry University

2018116: The Venus Model - IPL for sustainable person-centred transformation

2018129: The role of IPL in developing transformative health & social work professionals

2018136: Comparison of Perceived Team Development in Differing Conditions

2018143: Immersive IPL: A simulation to develop practice-ready graduates

Regional Case Studies in Interprofessional Education

Facilitator: Prof. Lesley Diack, Professor, Robert Gordon University 

2018107: Interprofessional education in a field lap at the region of South Limburg, the Netherlands: best practices

2018113: Interprofessionality in the DACH-Countries – a “snapshot”

2018130: Empower Savannah – Serving the Poor within an Interprofessional Health Professions Course

2018151: Increasing sports participation and physical activity of children and young people with disabilities with the help of PAPAI and IP group

2018156: The value of peer observation between healthcare professionals in an Acute Trust

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 12.00-13.00

Workshop: Rehumanising Healthcare Professionals

2018133: Rehumanising healthcare professionals to appreciate how IPE can be enhanced, through the healing craft of storytelling

Current healthcare training curriculum relies upon a comprehensive understanding of the bio-medical model of medicine. However, it has been recognised that a curriculum that incorporates a more rounded model is critical. This workshop promotes “Storytelling” as a way for educators show the hidden and silent stories of both, patients, healthcare professional and loved-ones. The workshop includes group work which identifies the necessity of rehumanising our healthcare professionals.

Workshop: Sustaining a Curriculum for Interprofessional Learning

2018161: Sustaining a curriculum for IPL: Strategic development of undergraduate programs in medicine and health

This interactive workshop looks at Interprofessional education (IPE) and problem-based learning (PBL) at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Linköping University, Sweden. Global challenges of the changing health care system, institutional challenges of a new generation of teachers, and the increasing numbers of undergraduate students have been incentives to revise the IPE curriculum and think anew in terms of sustainability for the future.

Workshop: Montessori for Intergenerational Long Term Care Workforce Development

2018167: Montessori for Intergenerational Long Term Care Workforce Development

This workshop will present recent research into the core curriculum of the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals (NCCAP) Certification for health care providers using the Montessori Philosophy of Care for serving older adults across the continuum of care. The workshop organisers will outline the evidence base for applying Montessori to the long-term care setting, both for adults and within paediatric care units.

Networking Lunch

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 14.00-15.00

Lunch Session: Proposed Federation of Healthcare Education

Each profession has its own distinctive body of clinical knowledge and expertise, however, in educational terms there is much that all professions can share and learn from each other. This workshop looks at the possibility of creating a federation to help develop a common language which facilitates positive dialogues between and within healthcare professions educators and the organisations that represent them.

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 15.00-17.00

Assessment, Evaluation and Implementation II

Facilitator: ​Dr. Val Kozmenko, Director of Parry Center, University of South Dakota

2018118: Impact of an IPE session on attitudes to interprofessional learning and discharge planning

2018124: Learning and inter professional collaboration before, during and after implementation of IPL at the school of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University

2018127: Assessment for the IPL Working with Others Module

2018137: Assessment of readiness for IPE among various healthcare professions in Europe and North America

2018148: Development of a Competency Framework for Clinical Effectiveness Education: An Interprofessional Collaborative Approach

Innovations in Interprofessional Education I

Facilitator: Prof. Thomas Kearns, Executive Director, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

2018108: Strategic Process Intended to Infuse IPE into a Health Profession

2018112: Peer assisted learning in IPE

2018117: An IPE Initiative Centred Around Discharge Planning

2018134: Tools to improve IPE for residents for optimal childcare

2018135: Interprofessional Experiences Across a Nursing Curriculum: Not a “One and Done”

Intercultural Education

Facilitator: Ms. Alison James, Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Cardiff University

2018106: Embedding an Online International Learning (OIL) experience in an undergraduate Children and Young People’s Nursing programme

2018140: Virtual mobility: providing opportunities for students in global health education?

2018150: The experiences of female Sudanese doctors and medical students in career decision-making

2018158: Understanding Higher Education Academic Employees Workplace Well-being In Ghana

2018168: Triangulating Interprofessional & Intercultural Education within Public and Global Health

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 17.00-18.00

Keynote Address: Assessing, promoting and improving quality of interprofessional collaborative practice and education

Facilitator: Prof. Lesley Diack, Professor, Robert Gordon University 

If we want to assess the quality of interprofessonal (IP) collaboration, there is need for agreement on IP competences and specific skills. The Interprofessional Practice & Education Quality Scales (IPEQS) can be used to assess the functioning and quality of teams, organisations, and individuals. This keynote presentation uses data of past and ongoing studies as examples and shows multiple possible use of IPEQS in IP learning.

Welcome Reception. Dress code: Smart Casual

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Welcome Coffee

  • Thursday 10th January 2019, 10.00-12.00

Leadership Session

Facilitator: Mr. Adam Layland, Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Management, Coventry University

2018104: Inter-professional leadership education at postgraduate level

2018126: Fostering Interprofessional Collaborative Practice through Leadership

2018131: Nursing Students experiences of Medication Administration Errors, obstacles for reporting them and suggestions to improve the process

2018155: Pills, ills and clinical skills – using Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) to recruit a values based workforce for clinical pharmacy in Northern Ireland

Innovations in Interprofessional Education II

Facilitator: Mr. Hiten Mitha, CBME Lecturer, University of Manchester

2018109: Connecting Interprofessional Teaching to Collaborative Scholarship - Keys to Success

2018114: Nursing and Biomedical Laboratory Science (BMLS) Students' Interprofessional Training in the Simulation Laboratory

2018141: Embracing E-Health to Enhance Collaboration in Irish Primary Care Teams

2018147: IPE integrated in innovation processes of the future health services

Interprofessional Education and Training I

Facilitator: Prof. Thomas Kearns, Executive Director, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

2018119 Self-guided learning of non-traditional students in the context of further education in health and nursing care

2018138: Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship is an innovative curricular design in healthcare education

2018146: Prehospital Emergency Nursing of Obstetric and Pediatric Patients; IPE Team-teaching Improves Patient Safety

  • Thursday 10th January 2019, 12.00-13.00

Workshop: Rehumanising Healthcare Professionals

2018133: Rehumanising healthcare professionals to appreciate how IPE can be enhanced, through the healing craft of storytelling

Current healthcare training curriculum relies upon a comprehensive understanding of the bio-medical model of medicine. However, it has been recognised that a curriculum that incorporates a more rounded model is critical. This workshop promotes “Storytelling” as a way for educators show the hidden and silent stories of both, patients, healthcare professional and loved-ones. The workshop includes group work which identifies the necessity of rehumanising our healthcare professionals.

Workshop: Sustaining a Curriculum for Interprofessional Learning

2018161: Sustaining a curriculum for IPL: Strategic development of undergraduate programs in medicine and health

This interactive workshop looks at Interprofessional education (IPE) and problem-based learning (PBL) at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Linköping University, Sweden. Global challenges of the changing health care system, institutional challenges of a new generation of teachers, and the increasing numbers of undergraduate students have been incentives to revise the IPE curriculum and think anew in terms of sustainability for the future.

Workshop: Montessori for Intergenerational Long Term Care Workforce Development

2018167: Montessori for Intergenerational Long Term Care Workforce Development

This workshop will present recent research into the core curriculum of the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals (NCCAP) Certification for health care providers using the Montessori Philosophy of Care for serving older adults across the continuum of care. The workshop organisers will outline the evidence base for applying Montessori to the long-term care setting, both for adults and within paediatric care units.

Networking Lunch

  • Thursday 10th January 2019, 14.00-15.00

Lunch Session: Stars, Stresses and Successes

This workshop synthesises experience to give practical answers to key questions e.g. What resource do you find  most supports your IPE activity? What one piece of advice would you give to someone starting out to enact IPE? What in your practice of IPE keeps you awake at night? Educators share ideas for best practice in teaching and development of IPE.

  • Thursday 10th January 2019, 15.00-17.00

Communication and Inter-Personal Skills

Facilitator: Mr. Adam Layland, Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Management, Coventry University

2018145: Motivational interviewing in social work practice: implications for social work theory and practice

2018154: The use of Situational Judgement Tests to evaluate non-academic competencies including empathy, teamwork and professionalism in MPharm undergraduates

2018170: Interprofessional communication: introduction into study curriculum of health care specialists in Lithuanian University of Health Sciences

Interprofessional Education for Health and Social Care

Facilitator: Prof. Lesley Diack, Professor, Robert Gordon University 

2018120: Designing ethics-orientated IPE for health and social care students

2018121: Facilitating interprofessional virtual student groups - opportunities and challenges

2018164: The Hospice Model: Leading the Way for IPE and Competency

Interprofessional Education and Training II

Facilitator: ​Dr. Val Kozmenko, Director of Parry Center, University of South Dakota

2018123: Understanding the meanings of interprofessional relationships within a stroke care multidisciplinary team

2018132: Organising learning at work: Simulation exercises for interprofessional teams to improve clinical outcomes of maternity care

2018139: OSCE as a predictor of the USMLE STEP 2 CS success

Closing Remarks, Introducing Nicosia 2019

 

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