Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice at University

Report
Interprofessional Education and
Collaborative Practice
University of The Incarnate Word
Rosenberg School of Optometry
Andrew Buzzelli, O.D., M.S.
Dean and Professor
October, 2013
Overview
 What is IPECP?
 How it’s developing at UIW
 Goals
 Objectives
 Model
 Logistics
 Challenges
 Pro’s and Con’s
What is
IPECP?
Interprofessional
Education
Interprofessional Education
occurs when two or more learn
about, from, and with each
other to enable effective
collaboration and improve
health outcomes.
Collaborative
Practice
When multiple health workers
from different professional
backgrounds provide
comprehensive services by
working with patients, their
families, care givers and
communities to deliver the
highest quality of care across
settings
WHO, Framework for Action on Interprofessional Education and Collaborative
Practice, 2010;
Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, 2011
WHO, Framework for Action on Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice, 2010;
Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, 2011
Preparing Collaborative Practice Ready
Health Care Professionals…
Interprofessional
Education
promotes
collaboration
Collaboration
enhances
coordinate
care for
complex
patients
Coordinated
care
improves
patient
outcomes
Objectives
 Develop an educational experience that can be
expanded to all optometry students.
 Create a SUSTAINABLE clinical model
 Collect data to track changes in patient care and
student practice habits
 Faculty development
Logistics
 Health care teams:
 Clinic
 1 Faculty facilitator
 High Risk Diabetic
 5 Students
 Nursing
 Pharmacy
 Health Administration
 Physical Therapy
 Optometry
Patients
 Once per week (AM only)
 3 Patients
 Funding:
 1 Primary care
physician
 Health Resources and
Services Administration
(HRSA) Grant
 $500,000 Annually (up to 3
yrs.)
 Benefit Underserved
Populations
IPECP Clinic in a Medical Home
NP Exam
Pharmacy/
Conference
Pharmacy/
Conference
Vitals
Room
PT Exam
Closet
Huddle Table
Reception
Waiting area
Lab
Processing
DM
Educational
Center
O
pt
o
m
e
t
ry
10:15 – DM Centering (diet, exercise, and lifestyle)
10:30 – Team Conference (with PCP and patient
if available)
* Eye Exam from Optometry at enrollment with follow
up PRN
Patient A
8:00 – Check in/vitals
8:15 – Nurse Practitioner
8:45 – Physical Therapy
9:15 – Pharmacy
Patient B
8:00 – Check in/vitals
8:15 – Physical Therapy
8:45 – Pharmacy
9:15 – Nurse Practitioner
Patient C
8:00 – Check in/vitals
8:15 – Pharmacy
8:45 – Nurse Practitioner
9:15 – Physical Therapy
Pro’s and Con’s
Pro’s
Con’s
 Cross professional
 Communication
exposure
 Student’s recognize
value
 Enhances the
student/patient
relationship
 Improved resource
management
 Funding
 Scheduling/Coordinati
on
 Overlap of
roles/responsibilities
Conclusion
Comments or Questions?

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