Professor Damian Schofield
- Caglar Yildirim
- Amy Brandt
- Erin O'Hara-Leslie
- Kim McLain
Over the life of the project a series of interactive video training tools will be created for students intending to enter a range of medical professions; the tools will focus on improving communication skills (and other soft skills), an essential area where a lack of resources has been identified.
Dr. Sarah Lynch
This educational electronic medical record will be used by a group of interprofessional students to work as a patient care team, effectively simulating modern healthcare workflow and communication, and preparing students to succeed in real-world environments.
University at Buffalo
The goal of the proposed project is to examine the validity and reliability of a measure to track and assess experiential education activities, which has potential for use by other programs.
- Francia Reed, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
- Doreen Rogers, SUNY Poly Technic Institute
- Louise Dean-Kelly, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
- Kevin Volo, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
SUNY Poly is proposing to utilize an Innovative Instruction Technology Grant (ITTG) to design an evidence-based, online pharmacology course for graduate nurse educator students, using virtual presence software. This course will utilize authentic faculty developed scenarios to apply the principles of pharmacology to patient care.
- Terri Cavaliere, Stony Brook University
Stony Brook University
Investigated the impact of team based learning (TBL) in an online learning environment to improve health care delivery and promote patient safety.
Implementation of Team-Based Learning (TBL) in the NNP program introduced the concepts and skills necessary to build effective teams while promoting student learning. Team-based learning complements the use of evidence based practice. Effectiveness of TBL as a teaching pedagogy in this course will lead to expansion of TBL in other distance education courses.
Information Resources for Evidence-Based Interprofessional Health Care Decisions: Developing, Testing and Evaluating Library-Based Innovative Technology Enhanced Team Instruction Methods
- Maryruth Glogowski, Buffalo State
- Gary D. Byrd, University at Buffalo
- Paul T. Wietig, University at Buffalo
- Nell Aronoff, University at Buffalo
- Sharon Murphy, University at Buffalo
- Elizabeth M. Stellrecht, University at Buffalo
- Deborah McConnell Chiarella, University at Buffalo
- Michelle Zafron, University at Buffalo
- Howard B. Pikoff, University at Buffalo
- Michael Lavin, University at Buffalo
- Amy Lyons, University at Buffalo
- Andrew Symons, University at Buffalo
- Nancy Campbell-Heider, University at Buffalo
- Donald Antonson, University at Buffalo
- Kathleen M. K. Boje, University at Buffalo
- Patricia J. Ohtake, University at Buffalo
- Diane E. Elze, University at Buffalo
- Paul E. Tesluk, University at Buffalo
- Rosemary B. Lubinski, University at Buffalo
- Jeremiah S. Grabowski, University at Buffalo
- Caryn Sobieski-VanDelinder, University at Buffalo
- Katie Bertel, Buffalo State
- Leah Galka, Buffalo State
- Carol A. DeNysschen, Buffalo State
- Constance Dean Qualls, Buffalo State
University at Buffalo
A partnership to study information resources for evidence-based interprofessional health care decisions (IPE) - developing, testing and evaluating library based innovative technology enhanced team instruction methods.
On September 18, 2015, student subjects met their inter-professional for a 2 hour session. Overall reaction of participants to the inter-professional education student event was very positive, and many students indicated that it was an enlightening experience that enabled them to better understand other health sciences professions and provided them with a greater awareness for where there are overlapping interests in care.