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Interprofessional Team Member Communication Patterns, Teamwork, and Collaboration in Pre-Family Meeting Huddles in a Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit.

Interprofessional teams often develop a care plan prior to engaging in a family meeting in the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit (CICU)-a process that can affect the course of the family meeting and alter team dynamics, but that has not been studied.

Interprofessional and interdisciplinary collaboration for early phase oncological clinical trials in academia - myo-Inositoltrispyrophophate as model.

TeamTalk: Interprofessional Team Development and Communication Skills Training.

Communication training is a hallmark of palliative care education. The purpose of this article is to report on the development, exploratory outcomes, and lessons learned from a pilot project, "TeamTalk," which adapted VitalTalk methodology for interprofessional learners. TeamTalk included a series of interactive workshops led by an interprofessional faculty team at a health sciences university. Teaching methods were small group discussion, reflection, and high-fidelity simulated patient/family encounters, ...

Impact of Early Implementation of Experiential Education on the Development of Interprofessional Education Knowledge and Skill Competencies.

Interprofessional education (IPE) is most effective when delivered as an experiential continuum. When to initiate IPE to undergraduate college students is unclear. This pilot project developed, implemented, and evaluated an IPE modular project introducing Interprofessional Communication and Teams and Teamwork IPE competencies to first-year allied health professions undergraduate students.

A Validity Study of the Interprofessional Collaborative Competency Attainment Survey: An Interprofessional Collaborative Competency Measure.

In health care, there is a shift toward competency assessment, including in interprofessional collaboration and education. The Interprofessional Collaborative Competency Attainment Survey (ICCAS) has been designed to assess self-reported change in interprofessional competency.

Examining changes in interprofessional attitudes associated with virtual interprofessional training.

Interprofessional care is essential in healthcare, but prior work has shown that physicians and nurses tend to have different perceptions about working interprofessionally (). Although training has been shown to improve interprofessional attitudes, providing traditional face to face training is logistically challenging in the healthcare setting. The current study examined whether a virtual interprofessional training program could improve interprofessional attitudes for nurses and physicians. Among a sample ...

A preliminary study of the effectiveness of cancer communication skills training for interdisciplinary staff.

Studies have emphasized that the disclosure of a diagnosis and prognosis is the doctor's responsibility, but little attention has been given to the importance of interdisciplinary cooperation.

Interprofessional Educator Development Course for Simulation.

As interprofessional teams and interprofessional practice become the norm in health care, there is an increasing need for interprofessional educator development to prepare health care students and staff for these new roles. This article describes the development, implementation, and results of an Interprofessional Educator Development Course (IPEDC) for simulation that was created to train clinical educators, practicing professionals, and academic faculty from all health care professions in simulation metho...

The state of the science of interprofessional collaborative practice: A scoping review of the patient health-related outcomes based literature published between 2010 and 2018.

If interprofessional collaborative practice is to be an important component of healthcare reform, then an evidentiary base connecting interprofessional education to interprofessional practice with significantly improved health and healthcare outcomes is an unconditional necessity. This study is a scoping review of the current peer reviewed literature linking interprofessional collaborative care and interprofessional collaborative practice to clearly identified healthcare and/or patient health-related outcom...

Student participation in the development of interprofessional education courses: Perceptions and experiences of faculty members and the students.

Student participation has shown positive effects on the curriculum development process for a single health profession. This qualitative study explores faculty members' and students' perceptions and experiences regarding student participation in interprofessional course development. Interprofessional courses were developed and implemented by interprofessional teams of faculty members and students. Two focus group discussions were carried out: one with faculty members and one with students. Students contrib...

Evaluating Nurse-Physician Communication With a Rubric: A Pilot Study.

Poor communication is a leading cause of sentinel events. The aims of this pilot study were to determine whether the ISBAR (Identification, Situation, Background, Assessment, and Recommendation) Interprofessional Communication Rubric (IICR) was a reliable tool among nurses and to examine the communication performance of new graduate nurses in a hospital-based simulation center. The IICR demonstrated reliability among raters in this setting (r = .91). The new graduate RNs' communication performance scores we...

Efficacy of an interdisciplinary pathway in a first level trauma center orthopaedic unit: A prospective study of a cohort of elderly patients with hip fractures.

hip fracture has negative consequences for elderly people. Alternative models of care, with respect to traditional model, were developed to minimize complications and improve functional outcomes. The interdisciplinary model in orthopaedic wards has less evidence of efficacy compared to orthogeriatric units.

Optimizing the observer experience in an interprofessional home health simulation: a quasi-experimental study.

The purpose of this quasi-experimental study was to explore the influence of an interprofessional simulation experience on student perceptions of interprofessional collaboration, as well as to explore the influence of the participant and observer roles on these beliefs. A two-session simulation experience was developed to engage professional students in the collaborative care of a patient admitted to a home health agency. To provide the simulation experience in a time efficient manner within the curriculum,...

Interdisciplinary Training Program (ITP) in child abuse and neglect: Long term effects.

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center has offered Interdisciplinary Training Program (ITP) for Child Abuse and Neglect since 1987. However, there are limited evaluations on multidisciplinary/interprofessional training for early professionals in the field of child abuse and neglect.

Evaluating a Center for Interprofessional Education via Social Network Analysis.

Centers and institutes are created to support interdisciplinary collaboration. However, all centers and institutes face the challenge of how best to evaluate their impact since traditional counts of productivity may not fully capture the interdisciplinary nature of this work. The authors applied techniques from social network analysis (SNA) to evaluate the impact of a center for interprofessional education (IPE), a growing area for centers because of the global emphasis on IPE.The authors created networks b...

Acceptance of interprofessional learning between medical and pharmacy students in a prescribing skills training workshop: pre-post intervention study.

The success of interprofessional collaboration in healthcare services requires a paradigm shift in the training of future health profession practitioners. This study aimed to develop and validate an instrument to measure Student Acceptance of Interprofessional Learning (SAIL) in Malaysia, and to assess this attribute among medical and pharmacy students using a prescribing skills training workshop.

The use of motivational interviewing during an interdisciplinary service-learning activity for older adults at risk for dementia.

This study aimed to develop a service-learning program based on motivational interviewing for older adults living alone and at risk for dementia. This paper focused on description and implementation of the developed program and students' preliminary outcomes as a mixed-methods pilot study. Participants were nine students in occupational therapy, physical therapy, and social work and three older adults matched to each of the three interdisciplinary student groups. Students' attitudes about community service ...

Predictors of student agency: the relationship between student agency, learning support and learning experiences in an interprofessional health science faculty.

Interprofessional education allows for collaboration of two or more health professions during their training at university with a view of cultivating collaborative practice and client-centered health care. Although South Africa's higher education system is the leader in the field of research on the continent, there is little evidence of the role of student agency in the attainment of collaborative interprofessional activities. Therefore, an exploration of the interconnectedness of student agency, learning s...

Communication Under Pressure: A Quasi-Experimental Study to Assess the Impact of a Structured Curriculum on Skilled Communication to Promote a Healthy Work Environment.

Meaning and comfort factors in the paediatric intensive care unit from an adult perspective: a descriptive phenomenological study.

To explore the meaning of comfort and know the factors that contribute to it from the point of view of the young adults who received care in a paediatric intensive care unit, the family of the patient and the interdisciplinary team attending the patient.

A pilot evaluation of simulation-based interprofessional education for occupational therapy, speech pathology and dietetic students: improvements in attitudes and confidence.

Many higher education institutions struggle to provide interprofessional practice opportunities for their pre-licensure students due to demanding workloads, difficulties with timetabling, and problems with sourcing suitable placements that provide appropriate practice opportunities. A series of complex unfolding video-based simulation scenarios involving a patient who had experienced a stroke was utilized as a case study for a three-hour interprofessional practice workshop. 69 occupational therapy (OT), spe...

Inpatient Communication Networks: Leveraging Secure Text-Messaging Platforms to Gain Insight into Inpatient Communication Systems.

 This study attempts to characterize the inpatient communication network within a quaternary pediatric academic medical center by applying network analysis methods to secure text-messaging data.

Simulation Prepares an Interprofessional Team to Evacuate a 60-Bed Level 4 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

In August 2011, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck the Baltimore/Washington, District of Columbia, corridor. The event identified a critical requirement to prepare our interprofessional team to evacuate approximately 60 neonatal patients. A needs assessment indicated that 60% of staff members had little or no knowledge of the unit's evacuation plan and 55% of respondents were not aware of their specific role in an emergency evacuation. The neonatal intensive care unit educators in collaboration with the unit...

Facilitators' teaching and social presence in online asynchronous interprofessional education discussion.

Asynchronous discussion boards have been increasingly used to engage teams of interprofessional learners in interactive and reflective discourse. Facilitation of this interprofessional discourse is critical, yet largely unexplored. The Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework provides a lens through which facilitators' contributions on asynchronous discussion boards can be explored. The aim of this study was to apply the CoI framework teaching and social presence indicators to an online asynchronous IPE facilit...

Effects of an Interdisciplinary Care Team on the Management of Alzheimer's Disease in China.

The current study aimed to evaluate the multidimensional effects of an interdisciplinary care team in patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD). A total of 129 patients with AD were randomly assigned to an interdisciplinary care group (n = 69) or usual care group (n = 60). Behavioral and psychological symptoms of patients with AD were measured during a 6-month treatment period. No differences were found in the baseline characteristics between the interdisciplinary care and usual care groups. Compared to usual ...

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