Posts Tagged ‘interprofessional education’

National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education site visit is a success

Thank you to all faculty who helped ensure a successful visit to OHSU by the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (Nexus) site team on July 23-24. OHSU became a Nexus Innovation Incubator in spring 2014. The Nexus Innovations Incubator Network is an applied science “testing laboratory/environment” for models and approaches to interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP), both locally and nationally. The Network provides an environment to collaboratively test IPECP concepts to inform … Read More

Global health course provides unique interprofessional training experience to OHSU students

Although the number of refugees, recent immigrants, and other underserved individuals is growing in the U.S., many health care professionals receive minimal training on how to interact with and understand the unique health needs of these populations. For the past several years, the OHSU Global Health Center has offered a unique, community-based elective for students of all disciplines to learn how to work in interdisciplinary teams and to develop critical cross-cultural knowledge and understanding. Since … Read More

OHSU receives grant to study electronic health record simulation in interprofessional settings

Last fall, OHSU received funding from AHRQ to build simulated patient cases in Epic with the intent to teach physicians how to use electronic health records and learn how to make these systems better. This September, the same research team was awarded a grant from the AAMC and the Patrick and Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical Research Foundation that will expand the project to include other health professionals such as pharmacists and nurses. The grant comes … Read More

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