Faculty Development Day

Ninth Annual IPE Faculty Development Day:

Telehealth and Virtual Interprofessional Learning Experiences (with a Focus on Health Literacy)

The Center for Interprofessional Education's Ninth Annual Faculty Development Day will feature a keynote presentation, along with three break-out sessions focusing on IPE education in a virtual environment.  

Date: January 27, 2021

Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Location: Virtual (WebEx)

 

Keynote Presenters: BIG 10 IPE Alliance Members:

 

Alexa Valentino, PharmD, BCACP

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy

 

Devin Nickol, MD

Associate Professor, Internal Medicine-Division of General Medicine

University of Nebraska Medical Center

 

Hossein Khalili, BScN, MScN, PhD

Director, UW Centre for Interprofessional Practice and Education

University of Wisconsin – Madison

 

Mary, Keehn, PT, DPT, MHPE

Director, Interprofessional Education in the UIC Office of the

Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs

Associate Dean, Clinical Affairs, College of Applied Health Sciences

University of Illinois

 

Breakout Learning Sessions:

 

 Development of a Virtual Didactic IPE Activity

Heather B. Congdon, PharmD, BCPS, CDE, FNAP

Co-Director, Center for Interprofessional Education

University of Maryland, Baltimore

 

Simulations and Standardized Patients in a Virtual Environment

Kathryn Neill, Pharm.D., FNAP 

Associate Provost for Academics 

Director of Interprofessional Administrative and Curricular Affairs 

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

 

Angel Holland, P.T., D.P.T., Ed.D.

Associate Program Director

Director of Clinical Education

Associate Professor

Associate Director of Interprofessional Education

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

 

Clinical Practice in a Virtual Environment

Gina C. Rowe, PhD, DNP, MPH, FNP-BC, PHCNS-BC, CNE

Assistant Professor

University of Maryland School of Nursing

 


Eighth Annual IPE Faculty Development Day

The Eighth Annual IPE Faculty Development Day was held on January 29, 2020 in the School of Pharmacy. Faculty and staff from the UMB schools attended, along with staff from HS/HSL. The half-day session began with a keynote panel presentation by Leah Millstein, MD (SOM) titled “IPE Success Story: Best Practices and Lessons Learned from an IPE Seed Grant Faculty Awardee” followed by three breakout learning sessions: Introductory Session: Development of a Classroom or Experiential IPE Activity; Intermediate Session: Assessment of IPE; and Advanced Session: Sustainability of IPE (including funding sources).  These sessions helped faculty improve their IPE skills and learn how to integrate IPE in the classroom.


Seventh Annual Faculty Development Day

The Seventh Annual IPE Faculty Development Day was held on April 3, 2019 in the School of Pharmacy. Faculty and staff from the UMB schools attended, along with staff from HS/HSL. The half-day session began with a keynote panel presentation followed by three breakout learning sessions: Introductory Session: Development of a Classroom or Experiential IPE Activity; Intermediate Session: Assessment of IPE; and Advanced Session: Sustainability of IPE (including funding sources).  These sessions helped faculty improve their IPE skills and learn how to integrate IPE in the classroom.


Sixth Annual Faculty Development Day

The Sixth Annual IPE Faculty Development Day was held on January 31, 2018 in the School of Pharmacy. Faculty and staff from the UMB schools attended, along with staff from HS/HSL. Also attending were nurses from the University of Maryland Medical Center and faculty from the University of Maryland, College Park. The half-day session began with a keynote panel presentation followed by three breakout learning sessions: Introductory Session: IPE 101-Designing IPE Projects; Intermediate Session: Cultural Competence for Health and Human Service Providers; and Advanced Session: Evaluation and Measure Assessments. These sessions helped faculty improve their IPE skills and learn how to integrate IPE in the classroom.