Spring 2015 Geriatric Education Center (GEC) 3-Part Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Workshop Series
Event Dates: March 25, 2015 || April 8, 2015 || April 22, 2015
We are all striving to improve the quality of care we provide our older patients. This is hard work in this age of complex problems and even more complex systems. One key to better care is a better team. Healthcare practitioners need to work together and communicate effectively as members of interprofessional teams to solve problems. However, many practitioners have never had formal training in effective interprofessional practice. This workshop provides that training for teams striving to improve their performance. Based on the Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice published by the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC), this workshop will utilize didactic presentations, facilitated discussions, experiential team development exercises, hands-on activities and reflective exercises, all with a focus on improving care. Each workshop is 3.5 hours.
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Identify personal and professional values and roles, and explain how they contribute to the team dynamic and collaborative practice
- Master relationship-building principles to enhance team performance
- Integrate quality improvement tools into work processes to aid team-based care
INSTRUCTIONS: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
To ensure you receive CME credit for attending the Geriatric Education Center (GEC) Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Workshop Series [Session: March 25, 2015 || April 8, 2015 || April 22, 2015] you must set up a profile with a valid ID/Password on the Duke CME Portal, if you do not have one already.
If you do NOT have a profile for the Duke CME Portal.
- You will need to create a profile with Duke CME Portal and establish an ID/password. This link will open in a separate browser window. Note that fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
- To confirm your profile the Duke CME Portal will send a confirmation notice to your email address. Open this email message and click on the confirmation link.
- The confirmation link will return you to the Duke CME Portal where you may enter and confirm a password for that system. At this point you may close the Duke CME Portal browser window(s).
- Keep a record of the ID/password.
- Now that you have an ID/Password for the Duke CME Portal you may now login to the Duke CME EthosCE system. See below for next steps.
TO COMPLETE ALL COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND CLAIM CREDITS:
- Be sure to sign the daily attendance record in class for each day you attend.
- Complete a paper evaluation the day of the workshop and submit it to the hosts. The GEC staff will submit all documentation to the CME office.
- CME office will then email the participants when and where to download their CME credit certificate online within the EthosCE system.
Certified Nursing Assistant
Allied Health Professional
And any other members of the interprofessional team
- 12.00 Attendance
- 1.20 CEU
- 12.00 JA Credit