Date: January 17, 2013
Time: 3:00 -4:00 pm (ET)
Interprofessional education is more than educating learners from different professions in the same room but rather creating educational experiences that allow students "from two or more professions to learn about, from and with each other to enhance effective collaboration and improve health outcomes" (WHO, 2010). This webinar will provide the participant with an overview of the Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (2011) as core concepts and principles of interprofessional education. The presenters will provide strategies to immerse learners from different professions in meaningful educational experiences to enhance their teamwork and communication skills to assist their preparation to become collaborative ready practitioners.
Carol F. Durham, EdD, RN, ANEF
Dr. Durham is a Clinical Professor and the Director of the Education-Innovation-Simulation Learning Environment at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Nursing. Dr. Durham has been involved in nursing education and curriculum development for over 30 years. She has developed many simulation experiences for a variety of learners including undergraduate students, nurse practitioner students, practicing RNs, LPNs, and nursing assistants. She collaborates with the schools of pharmacy and medicine to provide interprofessional simulation experiences for students across disciplines. She and colleagues have moved simulation based education into Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) nurses, training nurse educators in how to use simulation in their educational programs. She is an author of two online modules for the National League of Nursing Simulation Innovation Resource Center (SIRC) one of which is on Interprofessional Education. Dr. Durham has been a member of the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) team as a core faculty and simulation expert where she also authored a learning module on Patient Safety. She has provided consultation for schools across the nation on the QSEN competencies, simulation, faculty development, interprofessional education, quality and safety in patient care. Dr. Durham has presented at national conferences on simulation, quality and safety, and interprofessional education. She is the President-Elect for the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL).
Martina S. Harris, EdD, RN
Dr. Harris is an Assistant Professor and Simulation Coordinator in the School of Nursing at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Dr. Harris graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. In 1999 she received the Masters of Science in Nursing from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN; in 2006, Dr. Harris received the Doctorate of Education from Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN. During her 20-year nursing career, Dr. Harris has held the positions of Nurse Manager, Charge Nurse, Case Manager, Educator and Researcher. Dr. Harris began her nursing career in the Neonatal Intensive Care Units of Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga. Dr. Harris is actively involved in several professional nursing associations, and is currently serving as a member of the Board of Directors for International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation in Learning (INACSL). Dr. Harris brings a high level of creativity to both the classroom and the simulation lab. She has developed a powerful simulation using standardized patients in a death and dying scenario. She has presented her work at both local and state conferences. She is actively engaged with other faculty to build additional creative simulations for student learning.
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