Learning Together to Practice Collaboratively: Some Principles for Interprofessional Education
Abstract: We always used to talk about learning to "work" together. The definition of IPE must lead us to the conclusion, however, that what we are trying to achieve through IPE is more than an appreciate of working together. Interprofessional Education and learning are the means by which to foster collaborative practice. Good collaborative practice leads to high quality care.
More details coming soon...
8:30am - Registration (BSOM Auditorium)
9:00am - Keynote (BSOM Auditorium)
10:30am - Coffee
11:00am - Panel (BSOM Auditorium)
12:00pm - Lunch buffet (2W 38-50)
1:15pm - First set of Breakout sessions (Health Sciences Building)
2:15pm - Break
2:30pm - Second set of Breakout sessions (Health Sciences Building)
3:30pm - Reception/Poster Presentations (Lobby, Health Sciences Building)
Dr. John Gilbert
Lead & Chair, Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative
Principal & Professor Emeritus, College of Health Disciplines, University of British Columbia
Dr. John Gilbert is Principal & Professor Emeritus, College of Health Disciplines, UBC. His many honors include a Fulbright Scholarship; a David Ross Research Fellowship; a Medical Research Council Post-Doctoral Scholarship; a 50th Jubilee Medal from the Faculty of Medicine, and he is recognized as a Senior Scholar, WHO Collaborating Center on Health Workforce Planning and Research, Dalhousie University. He is President of the International Association for Interprofessional Education, a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Interprofessional Care, and Co-Editor of the open access Journal of Research in Interprofessional Education. He has been appointed by the Minister of Health to serve on British Columbia’s Patient Care Quality Review Board and is Project Lead of the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative, funded by Health Canada. Dr. Gilbert has also been elected a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and is an appointed a Member of the Order of Canada.
The keynote address for the IPHL Conference on 11-11-11 will be streamed live, click here to view!
The College of Allied Health Sciences in collaboration with the College of Nursing is sponsoring a free Interprofessional Health Leadership Conference on November 11, 2011. The conference is supported through the BB&T Leadership Enhancement Grant Program.
We seek proposals for oral presentations and posters from ECU Health Sciences Division faculty and students.
The Planning Committee invites you to submit a proposal for a presentation, research paper, discussion group, or poster describing innovations, evaluations, or research related to the following themes. Student submissions are welcomed.
Best Practices for Interprofessional Care
Best Practices for Interprofessional Education
Research Projects in Interprofessional Education or Interprofessional Care
Ethics in Interprofessional Education and Practice
Interprofessional Socialization through Student and Professional Organizations
For questions please contact:
Beth P. Velde Ph.D., OTR/L
Director, Engagement and Outreach Scholars Academy, 102 Willis Building, 737-1377
Helen Hill has been director of a school-based health center since 1985. Beginning with a grant to reduce teen pregnancy; the program has evolved through the years in a variety of programs that includes providing health care on site at Greene Central High School. She has worked with evidence-based programs in reducing teen pregnancy and has presented locally, state-wide and on the national front on the “nuts and bolts” of a school-based health center. She graduated with honors with her B.A. in Business Administration from N.C. Wesleyan and leadership courses from UNC-Chapel Hill. She serves on local and state-wide boards (i.e. North Carolina Campaign Prevention Pregnancy, Greene County Child Fatality Task Force, past president of Greene County Juvenile Justice Task Force and is currently the President of North Carolina School Community Health Alliance. She has received awards from NCDSS Community Child Protection Teams, North Carolina Community Health Center, EVAP, Lenoir/Greene Partnership for Children and June Stallings Award. She was selective to be a part of the Trainer of Trainers by the National Assembly School Based Health Center in 2005.
Rhonda Joyner is a graduate of the ECU Communication Sciences and Disorders Program, and completed a Clinical Fellowship in Audiology at Duke University Medical Center. I have been with the Rehabilitation Center of Pitt County Memorial Hospital for my entire career, serving in roles of Clinical Staff Audiologist, Audiology
Supervisor, Manager of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, Manager of Pediatric Rehabilitation Program, and now serve as the Administrator of Inpatient Rehab Allied Health Programs. I am a graduate of the ECU Communication Sciences and Disorders Program, and completed a Clinical Fellowship in Audiology at Duke University Medical Center. I have been with the Rehabilitation Center of Pitt County Memorial Hospital for my entire career, serving in roles of Clinical Staff Audiologist, Audiology Supervisor, Manager of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, Manager of Pediatric Rehabilitation Program, and now serve as the Administrator of Inpatient Rehab Allied Health Programs.
Dr. Rob Doherty is the Dental Director at the James D. Bernstein Community Health Center. He has worked in Community Health in North Carolina for the past 21 years and is the current chair of the Dental Directors Council of the NC Community Health Center Association. He has been a faculty member at the UNC School of Dentistry since 1994 and currently serves on the Admissions Committee of the ECU School of Dental Medicine.
Prior to coming to North Carolina, Dr. Doherty worked with the National Health Service Corps establishing oral health programs for underserved populations in Alaska, Florida, California, and Pennsylvania. He was honored to receive the “Unsung Hero” award in 2002 by the National Migrant Clinician’s Council. He received his DDS from Northwestern University and Masters in Public Health from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Mark A. Johnson brings 10 years of various experiences in the information technology field. He was a Senior Internal/External I.T. Technician for UPS before joining the Kinston Community Health Center staff where his expertise is invaluable in the daily operations of the Center. He is pursing is B.S. Degree in Computer Science at East Carolina University and does an excellent job in the analysis, maintenance and performance improvement of our information technology systems. Since his arrival in April 2008, Mark has assumed the role of compliance officer and is working diligently to enable the Center to meet meaningful use preparation and implementation. The performance improvement director reports to him and works to achieve the accreditation goals of the center.