Upcoming: T3 Interprofessional Team Training Workshops
May 7–10, 2018 and August 16–19, 2018
The national Train-the-Trainer Interprofessional Team Development Training Program (“T3 Program”) addresses the growing, national need for trained health professions faculty, clinicians and staff members from all professions to lead interprofessional (IPE) efforts and promote team-based care. Hosted by three university sites around the country—University of Washington (Seattle, WA), the University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA), and the University of Missouri (Columbia, MO)—the 3.5-day, interactive program uses team science and LEAN project management strategies to develop and prepare teams to implement IPE and collaborative practice projects effectively in their home institutions.
The University of Washington (UW) is hosting two T3 programs in 2018. The upcoming May 7–10, 2018 workshop is now sold out. UW’s subsequent August 13–16, 2018 program is currently open for registration. Click here for more information about the August workshop. The University of Virginia’s programs are April 18–21, 2018 and November 7–10, 2018; the University of Missouri’s program is September 17–20, 2018.
The T3 curriculum was co-developed by experts from the three training sites in collaboration with a national advisory committee of interprofessional experts. The in-person programs are highly interactive and heavily focused on experiential learning. Participants must attend as an interprofessional team of at least three people and complete required pre-work one month prior to the program. Teams receive follow-up coaching during their implementation year provided by the T3 training facilitators as well as quarterly webinars. Continuing education (CE) credits are awarded to individual participants at the end of the in-person program and teams will receive certificates of completion after the final webinar.
The T3 Program is sponsored by the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation and led by co-principal investigators Brenda Zierler, PhD, RN, FAAN (University of Washington) & Les Hall, MD (University of South Carolina) with support from the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education.
For more information about the T3 Program and registration requirements, visit https://collaborate.uw.edu/train-the-trainer-t3-program/t3-registration/ or follow us @T3Programs on Twitter.