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Appendix A Workshop Agenda Strengthening the Connection Between Health Professions Education and Practice: A Joint Workshop with the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education November 13â14, 2018 DAY 1: November 13, 2018 Keck Center of the National Academies, Room 100 500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE: To explore ways of effectively educating the needed health workforce in settings appropriate for high-quality clinical practice while also assessing the necessary investments and potential outcomes of new models of care with learning. 9:00 am Welcome Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education (IHPE) Co-Chair SESSION I: SETTING THE STAGE 9:05 am Foundation of the Workshop Objective: To understand the goals of health professions education at the intersection of practice within the clinical environment. Barbara Brandt, Workshop Co-Chair Workshop foundations: 1. Education and practice are working toward the same goal: To improve the health of patients and populations without compromising the health and well-being of the education or practice workforce. 2. Facilitating greater alignment between education and practice will better target workforce needs and improve workforce development. 3. Technology is a potential lever for innovation and cost containment for both education and health care. SESSION II: WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT 9:30 am Workforce and Training Data Objective: To review the current workforce and education data on who is in the health workforce, where they provide care, where they train, and why some health systems/ organizations are not training health professionals. Moderator: Reamer Bushardt, George Washington University PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS A-1
A-2 STRENGTHENING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HPE AND PRACTICE Erin Fraher, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Joanne Spetz, University of California, San Francisco Chris MacDonell, Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International 10:45 am BREAK 11:15 am Patientsâ Role Within Care and Education Innovations Objective: To engage in conversation on keeping the patient at the center of education and care delivery within rapidly changing health systems. Facilitator: Miguel Paniagua, National Board of Medical Examiners June Eilers, University of Nebraska College of Nursing Table discussions 12:00 pm LUNCH 1:00pm The Role of Health Care in Developing the Health Workforce Moderator: Warren Newton, American Board of Family Medicine Gaurdia Banister, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and Mary Knab, MGH Institute of Health Professions Charnetia Young, CVS Health 2:00 pm BREAK SESSION III: MEETING NEEDS OF POPULATIONS, STUDENTS, AND EDUCATORS 2:30pm Learning from Examples Objective: To learn from innovative examples of health professional training which meet patient and/or population needs. Facilitator Kennita Carter, Health Resources and Services Administration Adapted apprenticeship: Licensed Vocational Nurse to Registered Nurse within a California prison Barbara Barney-Knox and Jane Robinson, California Correctional Health Care Services Classroom to Community: Implementing Patient-Centered Care in Public Housing Shirley Dinkel, Washburn University (Topeka, Kansas) 4:00 pm Breakout Groups: Envisioning Future Educators Objective: To explore the next generation of health educators, knowing that the role of the educator is rapidly changing and will likely require an ability to educate using technology; knowledge of legal issues; understanding of changes in the clinical environment; and interprofessional learning with collaborative practice. With this understanding, respond to the following forward-looking questions: A. What are pipeline opportunities for attracting/developing future health professions educators? PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS
APPENDIX A A-3 B. What core skills will the health professional educators need? C. How will instructors keep up to date on clinical, education, information technology, and legal needs of the health professions in changing clinical and educational environments? The Why: Launette Woolforde, National League for Nursing, and Reamer Bushardt, George Washington University The How: Instructions by Steven Chesbro, American Physical Therapy Association Directions: Each person will receive a card with a room and group assignment. Go to your assigned room and gather with your group at your assigned flip chart number which corresponds to the above questions (Note: Some groups will start with B or C.) You will have 10 min. to consider your first question and 6 min. each to consider your second and third questions. Write your input on the flipchart or star othersâ responses which match your own. Breakout room coordinators: Room 101: Steven Chesbro, American Physical Therapy Association Room 103: Ronald Cervero, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Room 105: Sara Fletcher, Physician Assistant Education Association Room 106: Alex Johnson, MGH Institute of Health Professions 5:00 pm ADJOURN (from breakout groups) DAY 2: November 14, 2018 Keck Center of the National Academies, Room 208 500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 A continental breakfast will be available starting at 7:30 am 7:30 am Breakfast in room 207 SESSION III: NEXT STEPS 8:00 am Facilitated Discussions Objective: To build on ideas from the previous dayâs discussions that focus on next steps for how education and educators can drive the incorporation of care delivery innovation into education Each participant is asked to pick a track based on the description noted below Track 1: Aligning disruption with innovation (Room 208) Facilitator: Barbara Brandt, National Center Assisted by: Christine Arenson, Thomas Jefferson University Gerri Lamb, Arizona State Universityâs Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research Track 2: Building a pipeline of disruptive innovators in health professions education (Room 201) Facilitators: Reamer Bushardt, George Washington University, and PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS
A-4 STRENGTHENING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HPE AND PRACTICE Launette Woolforde, Northwell Health Breakout room coordinators Discuss responses to previous dayâs questions Cue up âUnderstanding of the views and experiences of rural clinical preceptorsâ (virtual) - Julia Blitz, Stellenbosch University Centre for Health Professions Education, (South Africa) and Marietjie de Villiers, Stellenbosch University Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (South Africa) Explore a âbridging modelâ 11:00 am ADJOURN PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS