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Appendix A Workshop Agenda WORKSHOP ON ALLIED HEALTH WORKFORCE AND SERVICES May 9–10, 2011 KecK center of the national acadeMies 500 fifth street, nW, rooM 100 Washington, dc 20001 sponsored by: the health resources services adMinistration and MONDAY, MAY 9 REGISTRATION 8:00–9:00 Welcome and opening remarks 9:00–9:15 Susan A. Chapman, UCSF Center for Health Professions, Planning Committee Chair Marcia Brand, Health Resources and Services Administration (Project Sponsor) Allied Health, Workforce, and Reform 9:15–9:45 Ed O’Neil, UCSF Center for Health Professions Q&A with Audience The DNA of Allied Health Education and Practice 9:45–10:15 David D. Gale, Eastern Kentucky University Q&A with Audience 77
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78 ALLIED HEALTH WORKFORCE AND SERVICES BREAK 10:15–10:45 Gauging Supply and Demand 10:45–12:00 Panel moderator: Ed Salsberg, HRSA BLS Data Harold P. Jones, University of Alabama at Birmingham State-Level Data Collection (North Carolina) Erin Fraher, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Minimum Data Set Jennifer Nooney, Health Resources and Services Administration Q&A with Audience LUNCH BREAK 12:00–1:00 New and Changing Needs 1:00–2:15 Panel moderator: Erin Fraher, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Critical Roles in the Hospital Setting: Today and Tomorrow Cathy Martin, California Hospital Association Urban Planning Mary Anne Kelly, Metropolitan Chicago Health Care Council Staffing the Patient-Centered Medical Home Jason Patnosh, National Association of Community Health Centers Q&A with Audience BREAK 2:15–2:45
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79 APPENDIX A Ensuring Effective Education and Training 2:45–4:00 Panel moderator: Fred Donini-Lenhoff, American Medical Association Accreditation of Allied Health: Challenges and Opportunities M. LaCheeta McPherson, Commission on Accreditation for Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) The Role of Community Colleges in Rural Areas Susan M. Skillman, University of Washington On-the-Job Training Maria Flynn, Jobs for the Future Q&A with Audience OPEN DISCUSSION 4:00–5:00 Planning committee members will reflect on the day and engage in discussion with the audience. Panel moderator: Susan A. Chapman (Chair), UCSF Center for Health Professions • rin Fraher, University of North Carolina at Chapel E Hill • red Donini-Lenhoff, American Medical Association F • dward Salsberg, Health Resources and Services E Administration • oy A. Swift, American National Standards Institute R Q&A with Audience ADJOURN 5:00 TUESDAY, MAY 10 Overview of Day 8:30–8:35 Susan A. Chapman, UCSF Center for Health Professions, Planning Committee Chair
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80 ALLIED HEALTH WORKFORCE AND SERVICES TOPIC 4: The Future of Team-Based Care 8:35–10:00 Panel moderator: Susan Chapman, UCSF Center for Health Professions Interprofessional Education and Training Kevin J. Lyons, Thomas Jefferson University Team-Based Care Joan C. Rogers, University of Pittsburgh Scope-of-Practice Laws Jean Moore, State University of New York at Albany Q&A with Audience BREAK 10:00–10:15 TOPIC 4: Stakeholders Panel 10:15–11:30 Panel moderator: Roy Swift, American National Standards Institute What are the barriers to improving the use of the allied health workforce? Is it important for the allied professions to have a unified voice? How can professionals work together to influence policy? Allan A. Johnson, Howard University, and National Society of Allied Health Carolyn O’Daniel, Jefferson Community & Technical College, and National Network of Health Career Programs in Two-Year Colleges Richard M. Oliver, University of Missouri, and Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Lynn Brooks, Health Professions Network Q&A with Audience
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81 APPENDIX A PLANNING COMMITTEE CONCLUDING 11:30–12:00 REMARKS Panel moderator: Susan A. Chapman (Chair), UCSF Center for Health Professions • rin Fraher, University of North Carolina at Chapel E Hill • red Donini-Lenhoff, American Medical Association F • dward Salsberg, Health Resources and Services E Administration • oy A. Swift, American National Standards Institute R Q&A with Audience ADJOURN 12:00
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