المتحدثون

 

دكتورة سارة شريدر

أستاذ مشارك في كلية الصيدلة بجامعة كنساس

دكتور جوزيف أ. زوريك

ربط شبكات التعاون المهني ، أستاذ مشارك ، كلية التمريض - مركز العلوم الصحية بجامعة تكساس في سان أنطونيو.

عن ورشة العمل

 

صمم برنامج ورشة العمل لمساعدة فرق من أعضاء هيئة التدريس مكونة من (3-5) أفراد، لتخطيط وتقييم تعليم المهن الطبية المتعددة المجالات على يد أمهر الخبراء من خلال إقامة الأنشطة والمناقشات وتقديم عروض تقديمية متنوعة لعرض خبراتهم. في نهاية ورشة العمل، سيكون المشاركون قادرين على:

  • إدراك أهمية تعليم المهن الطبية المتعددة المجالات ومدى ملاءمتها مع متطلبات المناهج الدراسية الأخرى.
  • تصميم وبناء خبرات تعليم المهن الطبية المتعددة المجالات التمهيدية والمتقدمة.
  • إعداد الطلبة والمرشدين ومواقع التدريب لبيئة تعليم متميزة.
  • خلق سياسة تقييم فعالة لبرنامج تعليم المهن الطبية المتعددة المجالات الخاصة بكل فرد.

برنامج الورشة

TITLE

Overcoming Common Barriers to Inter-Professional Education


17:00-17:30

Opening Ceremony

Brief remarks from Al Ain University (AAU), Commission for Academic Accreditation (CAA), Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)

17:00 Welcome by Master of Ceremonies,
Dr. Khairi Mustafa, Dean,
College of Pharmacy,
Al Ain University, UAE
17:05 Dr. Lucinda Maine,
Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Office,
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)
17:10 Prof. Ghaleb El-Refae,
President,
Al Ain University, UAE
17:15 Prof. Amjad Qandil,
Commissioner and representative of Commission for Academic Accreditation (CAA), UAE 
17:20 Mr. Mike Rouse,
Director, International Services,
Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, USA 


17:30-18:15

Plenary #1 with Q&A – Drs. Joe Zorek & Sarah Shrader

  • Describe common barriers to IPE
  • Discuss examples from Dr. Shrader’s & Dr. Zorek’s universities regarding strategies to overcome these common barriers to IPE
  • Develop a strategy for overcoming barriers at your university


18:15-18:30

Presentation from Gulf Medical University (10 minutes plus 5 minutes Q&A)

Role Modelling Interprofessional Care in Experiential Education

Fithawit Gebreigziabher, PharmD,
Preceptor,
College of Pharmacy,
Gulf Medical University, UAE


18:30-18:45

Break


18:45-19:00

Presentation from Lebanese International University (10 minutes plus 5 minutes Q&A)

Design of an Interprofessional Education Course Involving Pharmacy, Biomedical Sciences, and Nutrition Students

Jihan Safwan, RPh, PharmD,
Biomedical Sciences Department, School of Pharmacy,
Lebanese International University, Lebanon


19:00-19:45

Team Time #1 (with assignment) - Schools to meet in breakout sessions

  • The overall goal for team time is to create a plan for development and implementation of an IPE activity to be delivered at your university within the next 12 months
  • You will be able to apply specific principles from the plenary session to your IPE activity
  • Guided discussion questions and an activity planning document will be provided
  • Zorek & Shrader will be available for consultation with your team during the session


19:45-20:15

Feedback from Team Time (6 schools @ 4 minutes); Discussion & Wrap Up


TITLE

Developing Meaningful Inter-Professional Education Online


17:00-17:45

Plenary #2 with Q&A – Drs. Joe Zorek & Sarah Shrader

  • Describe “best practices” for developing and delivering meaningful online IPE activities
  • Discuss examples from Dr. Shrader’s & Zorek’s universities regarding online IPE activities
  • Develop a strategy for developing a meaningful online IPE activity at your university


17:45-18:00

Presentation from Gulf Medical University (10 minutes plus 5 minutes Q&A)

Development of early clinical exposure interprofessional education in Gulf Medical University Academic Health System

Dixon Thomas, PhD,
Associate Dean Clinical, College of Pharmacy,
Gulf Medical University, UAE


18:00-18:15

Break


18:15-18:30

Presentation from University of Florida, U.S. (10 minutes plus 5 minutes Q&A)

Moving from the Home to Zoom: Pivoting a Community Service Learning IPE Program Online

Amy Blue, PhD,
Associate Vice President for Interprofessional Education,
University of Florida Health


18:30-18:45

Presentation from Al Ain University, UAE (10 minutes plus 5 minutes Q&A)

Developing an online platform for inter-professional education in the era of distance learning: a feasibility study

Ahmed Alhusban, Pharm. D., Ph.D


18:45-19:30

Team Time #2 (with assignment) - Schools to meet in breakout sessions

  • The overall goal for team time is to create a plan for development and implementation of an IPE activity to be delivered at your university within the next 12 months
  • You will be able to apply specific principles from the plenary session to your IPE activity
  • Guided discussion questions and an activity planning document will be provided
  • Zorek & Shrader will be available for consultation with your team during the session


19:30-20:15

Feedback from Team Time (7 schools @ 4 minutes); Discussion & Wrap Up


TITLE

Assessment in Inter-Professional Education


17:00-17:45

Plenary #3 with Q&A – Drs. Joe Zorek & Sarah Shrader

  • Describe common IPE assessment frameworks and resources
  • Discuss examples from Dr. Shrader’s & Dr. Zorek’s universities regarding assessment of IPE
  • Develop a strategy for the assessment of IPE at your university


17:45-18:00

Presentation from Batterjee Medical College (10 minutes plus 5 minutes Q&A)

Virtual IPE Activity During COVID-19 - Batterjee Medical College Experience

Ahmed Altyar,
King Abdulaziz University,
Faculty of Pharmacy & Batterjee Medical College,
Saudi Arabia &Nehmat Ghaboura,
Batterjee Medical College, Saudi Arabia


18:00-18:15

Break


18:15-18:30

Presentation from Virginia Commonwealth University, U.S. (10 minutes plus 5 minutes Q&A)

Multisource Data for Assessment and Evaluation in Interprofessional Education

Alan Dow, MD, MSHA,
Assistant Vice President of Health Sciences for Interprofessional Education & Collaborative Care

Kelly Lockeman, PhD,
Director of Evaluation and Assessment, Center for Interprofessional Education & Collaborative Care,
Virginia Commonwealth University


18:30-19:15

Team Time #3 (with assignment) - Schools to meet in breakout sessions

  • The overall goal for team time is to create a plan for development and implementation of an IPE activity to be delivered at your university within the next 12 months
  • You will be able to apply specific principles from the plenary session to your IPE activity
  • Guided discussion questions and an activity planning document will be provided
  • Zorek & Shrader will be available for consultation with your team during the session


19:15-20:00

Feedback from Team Time (7 schools @ 4 minutes); Discussion


20:00-20:15

Closing Remarks and Thank-You’s: AAU, ACPE & AACP