There will be questions about the modules on the online, openbook HSC II quizzes and on your IPE reflection assessment.
In Health Systems and Community (HSC) II, students will continue to learn about the importance of interprofessional education and collaboration within health care and the healthcare system. Through community experiences, students will relate and apply concepts of the health system, population health and interprofessional collaboration, within and across systems.
The content in the Interprofessional Collaboration tab will return to eLearning modules developed by the Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University. Students with complete the module titled: Involving Team Members in Primary Care Practice.
Students will also be introduced to a set of online modules from the University of New England Interprofessional Education Collaborative. These modules will be used again in future courses and serve as an excellent resource for learners of all stages of professional development.
Please note, students enrolled in HSC-II are required to complete all of the Roles and Responsibilities modules and all of the Communication modules.
Content from these modules will be covered in the online quizzes and will be valuable resources and reference material for the following assignments: Health Systems & Interprofessional Roles Passports (1, 2 and 3), Health Systems & Interprofessional Roles Presentation (small groups), and IPE Reflection Assessment.
This interactive eLearning module is part of a series on team decision-making in primary care. It uses a patient scenario to explore when and how to involve different team members in primary care visits.
(approximate time required to complete = 20-minutes)
Lamb, G., & Watkins, K. (2015, October). Involving Team Members in Primary Care Practice (Y. Price, Designer.) [Interactive video module]. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University, Phoenix.
Online Interprofessional Training (from the University of New England Interprofessional Education Collaborative https://www.une.edu/wchp/ipec-2)
COMPtime: (as in “time for competency”) Competencies for Collaborative Health Care is the University of New England (UNE) Interprofessional Education Collaborative's series of interactive online modules designed to demonstrate UNE's IPE priorities to students, new faculty and faculty teaching. The modules are intended to be flexibly used and deliver multi-media explanations and demonstrations of a patient-centered approach to the four core IPEC competencies. They set the stage for all other interprofessional activites on campus.
Introduction: Faculty and student perspectives on why an interprofessional approach is important.
Roles & Responsibilities: Introduction to each member of the team and their collective responsibilities to the patient's care.
Communication: Strategies for communication, including the TeamSTEPPS tools Teachback, Checkback and CUS.
Teamwork: Definition of interprofessional teamwork, and TeamSTEPPS tools including iSBAR and Debrief.
Leadership: Definitions of Leadership and Followership on the interprofessional team, and a conclusion to this chapter of the patient's care journey.
These materials are designed to:
You will be following a patient (Pat) as they interact with the healthcare system and meet members of the healthcare team.