DUSON IEE Teaching Conversations:Rethinking IPE in a Post-COVID-19 World
Discuss how COVID-19 served as a "disruptive innovation" that has helped to propel an IP agenda forward.
1. Nick Hudak
Mr. Nicholas Hudak is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at the Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina. He is has practiced neurology as a Physician Assistant (PA) since 2004 in both community settings and currently in the Duke Health Department of Neurology. Mr. Hudak is a faculty clinical coordinator with the Duke PA Program and is an Assistant Director in the Duke Center for Interprofessional Education and Care (IPEC). His research interests include IPEC, international clinical education, learning behaviors, and learning environment. Mr. Hudak is currently pursuing a PhD in educational policy and research at North Carolina State University.
2. Erin Leiman
Dr. Erin Leiman is an Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, at Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina. She graduated from Vanderbilt University Medical School and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. She is involved with graduate and undergraduate medical education, especially simulation and interprofessional development. She is also an Assistant Director for the Duke Interprofessional Education and Care Center and also serves as the co-medical director of the Interprofessional Education Clinic that brings together pre-licensure students to care for patients in the urgent care setting.
3. Amy Pastva
Amy M Pastva, PT, MA, PhD, CHSE, is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Medicine, and Population Health Sciences at Duke University. She is an Assistant Director of the Duke Health Center for Interprofessional Education and Care Center and is a Senior Fellow in the Duke Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development. Dr. Pastva's scholarly pursuits include investigating rehabilitation strategies that improve the health and function of individuals living with chronic cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases and/or surviving critical illness and exploring pedagogical strategies that optimize health professions curricula to address clinical practice management of multiple chronic conditions.
4. Margie Molloy
Margie Molloy, DNP, RN, CNE, CHSE is an Assistant Professor, Director of the Center for Nursing Discovery, and Assistant Director of the IPEC Center at Duke University. Dr. Molloy works with faculty to incorporate simulation standards of practice in design, implementation, and evaluation of simulation-based experiences. She is actively involved in developing interprofessional collaborative experiences that focus on patient safety, effective teamwork, and communication. Dr. Molloy’s work has included the innovative use of telepresence robots for distance-based education. Dr. Molloy strives to make students comfortable in this practice setting, with knowledge, skills and attitudes being transferable to the practice setting.
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