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Ready-to-use classroom-based IPE curricula for health professions students and trainees.

 
Our UW IPE faculty and staff have developed and published several comprehensive interprofessional classroom-based case discussions that UW health sciences students and trainees at have participated in. All materials are free to download and use. Several of our offerings are available from MedEdPORTAL and may be modified to meet the needs of your particular interprofessional courses or programs. MedEdPORTAL is an open exchange of peer-reviewed health education teaching and assessment resources to promote educational scholarship and promote collaboration, provided by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). To access curricula available from MedEdPORTAL, select the hyperlinks or cut and paste the MedEdPORTAL URLs from the references into your web browser.

Our Offerings

 

Interprofessional Error Disclosure

This validated team training curriculum is designed to 1) train IPE facilitators to teach health professional students and trainees how to disclose errors to patients as an interprofessional team, and 2) to use error disclosure simulation/role-play as the vector by which health professional students and trainees can learn together to develop and improve team and communication skills.

http://collaborate.uw.edu/online-training-and-resources/ipe-curricula/interprofessional-error-disclosure-training/

Elizabeth: A Typical or Troubled Teen?

This training case is designed to help health professions students and trainees recognize and report child maltreatment. The curriculum aims to actively engage interprofessional teams to discuss an unfolding case, develop a plan of care for an adolescent with complex psycho-social needs, and foster greater understanding between the health professions involved and how they can collaborate to improve patient care.

Reference:

Sonney, J., Willgerodt, M., Lindhorst, T., Brock, D. (2018). Elizabeth: Typical or Troubled Teen? A Training Case for Health Professionals to Recognize and Report Child Maltreatment. MedEdPORTAL Publication: https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10712

i-TEETH Pediatric Oral Health Curriculum

The Interprofessional Teams Engaged in Education and Training for Optimal Health (iTEETH) curriculum introduces oral health, growth and development, and principles of interprofessional collaborative practice to trainees in advanced practice nursing (second-year pediatric nurse practitioner, doctor of nursing practice) or primary care trainees and pediatric dental residents.

Reference:

Willgerodt M, Sonney J, Brock D, Liner D, Velan E. (2015). I-TEETH: interprofessional teams engaged in education and training for optimal health. MedEdPORTAL Publication: https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10249

Jessica and Caleb: Mothers and Babies

This training case is designed to actively engage interprofessional teams of health professions students and trainees to discuss an unfolding case, develop a plan of care for a mother-baby dyad and introduce or reinforce understanding of the four IPEC competencies (Values & Ethics, Roles & Responsibilities, Interprofessional Communication, and Teams & Teamwork) and foster greater understanding between the health professions involved and how they can collaborate to improve patient care.

Reference:

Willgerodt, M., Sonney, J., Liner, D., Barchet, L. (2018). The Power of a Team: Using Unfolding Video Cases in Interprofessional Education for Advanced Health Trainees. MedEdPORTAL Publication: https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10707

Mr. Kim: Geriatric Oral Health

This training case is designed to actively engage interprofessional teams of health professions students and trainees to discuss an unfolding case, develop a plan of care for an elderly Korean-American man with with a history of several chronic diseases, newly onset oral health issues, and changes in cognitive functioning, introduce or reinforce understanding of the four IPEC competency domains and foster greater understanding between the health professions involved and how they can collaborate to improve patient care.

Reference:

Willgerodt, M., Sonney, J., Liner, D., Barchet, L. (2018). The Power of a Team: Using Unfolding Video Cases in Interprofessional Education for Advanced Health Trainees. MedEdPORTAL Publication: https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10707

Patient-Centered Medical Home Model Curriculum

This curriculum introduces concepts of the medical home and coordinated care visits. This program was originally designed for trainees in doctor of nursing practice, doctor of pharmacy (third professional year), and undergraduate nursing programs.

Reference:

Danielson, J., Johnson, G., & Davidson, H. (2014). Patient-centered medical home (PCMH) simulation: planning for coordinated care visits in the primary care clinic. MedEdPORTAL Publication: https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.9795

Acknowledgements

The content of this IPE Curriculum was developed by an interprofessional team of health sciences faculty and staff at the University of Washington. Support for the development of these materials was provided by: the Division of Nursing (DN), Bureau of Health Professions (BHPr), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) under grant number D09HP25029, title “Technology-Enhanced Advanced Nursing Education.”