The Office of Interprofessional Initiatives is pleased to announce the recipients of our first ever pilot grants to develop interprofessional clinical rotations at MUSC for MUSC students. The pilot grant recipients will each receive $15,000 to develop and implement the interprofessional experiences in 2016-2017.
The Palliative Care Program will be developing a clinical rotation for MD, PA, MHA, OT, and NP students in the palliative care setting. Students will learn together and work directly with the current interprofessional team which includes APNs, Social Workers, Physical and Occupational therapists, Chaplains, and Volunteers.
The Ageing in Place (AIP) pilot seeks to develop a new community-based clinical rotation for PT, PA, and nursing students at a local low-income elderly living facility. The rotation will introduce the interprofessional team of students to aging in place and the barriers many residents face; tele-health, and collaborative approaches for addressing medical issues and health behaviors. The collaborative team overseeing the development includes:
The Pain Management Program seeks to develop an effective, meaningful and innovative interprofessional clinical rotation in the area of outpatient chronic pain management to include MD, NP, PA, and PharmD students. The collaborative team developing this rotation and supervising students will be:
The Primary Care and Population Health Program seeks to integrate a significant component of interprofessional self-directed team-based learning through the development of a new clinical rotation in the University Internal Medicine Patient Centered Medical Home setting. The rotation is being develop to include MD, PA, PharmD, and DNP students who will work in coordination with the current staff which includes internal medicine physicians, NPs, PAs, PharmDs, RNs, LPNs, and support staff. This pilot project will be led by:
University Internal Medicine
Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU)
9th Floor Neurology/Epilepsy Team/ALS Team/Craniofacial Team
MUSC Healthcare Simulation Center
Dedicated Education Unit (DEU)
STARs project (Safe Transitions Avoiding Readmissions)
Dr. Kenneth Catchpole: email@example.com
On Wednesday May 17th, the Office of Interprofessional Initiatives and the Interprofessional Student Advisory Board held the Student Interprofessional Education Fellowship Recognition Ceremony. Keynote Speaker, Dr. Ken Catchpole, spoke about the importance for process and outcomes, and the value and challenges of teamwork improvement interventions. Rather than focusing on individual team skills alone, his research seeks to understand the influence of organization, task, technology and environment on team behaviors. Ms. Maggie Bosley, Chair of the Interprofessional Education Fellowship and College of Medicine student served as the emcee for the ceremony....To find out more...
This year, first-year students at IP Day participated in an online simulation game designed to engage students from different professions in the process of development and management of a healthcare system. Groups of students competed against one another for a top spot in six categories related to the game. The winners are: ...To find out more...