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T3-Train-the-Trainer January 2017

The National Center for Interprofessional Education and Practice (NCIPE) held a T3-Train-the-Trainer event hosted by the University of Washington on Jan. 22-26, 2017. The Texas A&M University Health Science Center Division of Interprofessional Education & Research sent a seven-member team to Seattle for this interprofessional faculty development program, which was an intensive three-and-a-half day workshop covering the following topics:

  • Lean Project Management
  • Personal Style & Conflict Modes: Impact on Teams and Teamwork
  • Running Effective Meetings: Tools to Organize Your Meetings Before, During, and After
  • Implicit Bias
  • Team Coaching & Communication
  • Interprofessional Facilitation & Hierarchy
  • From Conflict to Mutual Goals: An Experiential Model of Conflict Dialogue
  • Essentials of PDSA (Plan, Do, Study, Adjust) Cycles
  • Applied Interprofessional Assessment & Evaluation
  • IPE Conceptual Models and Developing Engaging Curricula
  • Change Management

In addition to the Texas A&M Health Science Center, other teams attended from Johns Hopkins University, the University of Washington Ride Program, and Yakima Valley Interprofessional Practice and Education Collaborative. Over the course of the training, each team designed an IPE program of their choosing and incorporated lessons learned into the content. They then took these IPE programs back to their home institutions for implementation.

The interprofessional team from the Health Science Center included: Chris Kaunas, Director for the Division of Interprofessional Education & Research; Kim Zemanek, IPE Program Coordinator; Rachel Bramson, Associate Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine in the College of Medicine; Mark Bremick, Instructor of Pharmacy Practice in the College of Pharmacy; Delaney Ivy, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice in the College of Pharmacy; Kathleen Pace, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Predoctoral and Graduate Clinics in the College of Dentistry; and Shelley White-Corey, Clinical Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing.


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Last edited by: schnettler 09/06/2017