Virtual Interprofessional Learning with Multiple Health Professions Students
Abstract or Description
Interprofessional teams are essential not only to improve health outcomes, but also to reduce the costs of care. However, providing interprofessional collaborative learning experiences with multiple healthcare majors is a major task. Logistical challenges, from diverse accreditation requirements, laboratory hours, 24-hour clinical shifts, and even healthcare cases all students can relate to must be addressed. Our university developed a virtual Grand Rounds learning experience that involved nearly 300 students from nine different health professions. Quantitative, as well as qualitative, data revealed significant learning outcomes. Essential teaching components, as well as proposed adjustments, will be shared and discussed.
SoTL Commons Conference
Buelow, Janet R., Myka Bussey-Campbell, Amy Frazier, Christine J. Moore, Bobbie J. Newell, Steven Patterson, Helen M. Taggert.
"Virtual Interprofessional Learning with Multiple Health Professions Students."
Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology Faculty Presentations.