Conference Programme: Dublin 2019

Conference Programme (please note this is a Provisional Programme. Date, time, and title of the sessions can change)

Welcome Coffee

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 10.00-11.30

Assessment, Evaluation and Implementation 1

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

2018142: Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPCP): Identification of Effective Multidisciplinary Pedagogies for Nursing & Health Sciences Graduate Students

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

Regional Case Studies in Interprofessional Education

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, 11.30-13.00

Interprofessional Education and Development

2018116: The Venus Model - Interprofessional Learning for sustainable person-centred transformation

2018129: The role of interprofessional learning (IPL) in developing transformative health & social work professionals

2018136: Comparison of Perceived Team Development in Differing Conditions

2018143: Immersive InterProfessional Learning: A simulation to develop practice-ready graduates

2018163: Developing interprofessional team working and problem solving using authentic learning

Capturing Scholarly Output Effectively

2018125: Capturing Scholarly Output Effectively

Networking Lunch

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 13.30-14.30

Lunch Session: Proposed Federation of Healthcare Education

2018111: Proposed Federation of Healthcare Education

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 14.30-16.00

Innovations in Interprofessional Education 1

2018108: Strategic Process Intended to Infuse Interprofessional Education into a Health Profession

2018112: Peer assisted learning in interprofessional education

2018117: An Inter Professional Education Initiative Centred Around Discharge Planning

2018134: Tools to improve intraprofessional education for residents for optimal childcare

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

Intercultural Education

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, 16.00-17.30

Rehumanising Healthcare Professionals

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

Assessment, Evaluation and Implementation 2

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

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

2018127: Assessment for the Interprofessional Learning (IPL) Working with Others Module

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

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

Welcome Reception. Dress code: Smart Casual

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Welcome Coffee

  • Thursday 10th January 2019, 10.00-11.30

Interprofessional Education and Training 1

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

2018149: Building Library Capacity with Graduate Medical Education Program

2018160: Promoting collaboration through understanding interprofessional team dynamics that often emerge from an interpretation of multi-verse perspectives: Reflective Practice Meetings space Utilisation

Sustaining a Curriculum for Interprofessional Learning

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

  • Wednesday 9th January 2019, 11.30-13.00

Interprofessional Health Education in the Region of the Americas

2018144: Interprofessional Health Education in the Region of the Americas

2018152: The expanded role of nurses and the coordination of Interprofessional teams in Primary Health Care in Latin America

Leadership Session

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

2018165: Effectiveness of lecture cum demonstration and lecture cum video assisted teaching method on Knowledge and Skills of Indian UG nursing students

Networking Lunch

  • Thursday 10th January 2019, 13.30-14.30

Lunch Session: Montessori for Intergenerational Long Term Care Workforce Development

2018167: Montessori for Intergenerational Long Term Care Workforce Development

  • Thursday 10th January 2019, 14.30-16.00

Interprofessional Education for Health and Social Care

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

2018121: Facilitating interprofessional virtual student groups - opportunities and challenges

2018122: Stronger together: Defining quality in practice education for health and social care professionals

2018164: The Hospice Model: Leading the Way for for Interprofessional Education and Competency

2018169: Self-Care is not a Luxury, it is a Necessity

Interprofessional Education and Training 2

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

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

2018162: Identification of Education and Training Needs of Pharmacy Staff in a Hospital Trust in Northern Ireland

  • Thursday 10th January 2019, 16.00-17.30

Communication and Inter-Personal Skills

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

2018157: Internet and Recruitment in Non-Governermnent Organsations

2018166: The contribution of nurses’ self-regulation skills in patients’ satisfaction

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

Innovations in Interprofessional Education 2

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: Interprofessional education integrated in innovation processes of the future health services

Closing Remarks, Introducing Nicosia 2019


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