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Ryan Thompson, Sarah Sullivan, Krystle Campbell, Ingie Osman, Brianna Statz, Hee Soo Jung
PURPOSE: Timely debriefing following a simulated event supports learners in critically reflecting on their performance and areas for improvement. Content of debriefing has been shown to affect learner skill acquisition and retention. The use of good judgment statements from debriefing facilitators is considered superior to judgmental or nonjudgmental statements. Ideally, the majority of the conversation will consist of learner self-reflection and focused facilitation rather than directive performance feedback...
August 6, 2018: Journal of Surgical Education
Zalika Klemenc-Ketis, Irena Makivić, Antonija Poplas Susic
A team approach in health care involves an interprofessional approach to patient care. We wanted to develop and validate a tool that would evaluate the interprofessional team approach to patients of a family medicine team. We performed a descriptive study in three consecutive phases: a literature review, consensus development panels, and a cross-sectional validation study. Three rounds of consensus development panels were carried out in order to evaluate and adapt the initial scale. The cross-sectional study was carried out in all Slovenian family medicine practices, each invited 10 consecutive patients...
2018: PloS One
Stéphane Cullati, Patricia Hudelson, Bara Ricou, Mathieu Nendaz, Thomas V Perneger, Monica Escher
BACKGROUND: Intensive care Unit (ICU) admission decisions involve collaboration between internists and intensivists. Clear perception of each other's roles is a prerequisite for good collaboration. The objective was to explore how internists and intensivists perceive their roles during admission decisions. METHODS: Individual in-depth interviews with 12 intensivists and 12 internists working at a Swiss teaching hospital. Interviews were analyzed using a thematic approach...
August 8, 2018: BMC Health Services Research
Nirvani Goolsarran, Carine E Hamo, Susan Lane, Stacey Frawley, Wei-Hsin Lu
BACKGROUND: Although the American Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) mandates formal education in patient safety, there is a lack of standardized educational practice on how to conduct patient safety training. Traditionally, patient safety is taught utilizing instructional strategies that promote passive learning such as self-directed online learning modules or didactic lectures that result in suboptimal learning and satisfaction. METHODS: During the summer of 2015, 76 trainees consisting of internal medicine interns and senior-level nursing students participated in an interactive patient safety workshop that used a flipped classroom approach integrating team based learning (TBL) and interprofessional simulated application exercises...
August 8, 2018: BMC Medical Education
Christy Noble, Laurie Grealish, Andrew Teodorczuk, Brenton Shanahan, Balaji Hiremagular, Jodie Morris, Sarah Yardley
BACKGROUND: There is a pressing need to improve end-of-life care in acute settings. This requires meeting the learning needs of all acute care healthcare professionals to develop broader clinical expertise and bring about positive change. The UK experience with the Liverpool Care of the Dying Pathway (LCP), also demonstrates a greater focus on implementation processes and daily working practices is necessary. METHODS: This qualitative study, informed by Normalisation Process Theory (NPT), investigates how a tool for end-of-life care was embedded in a large Australian teaching hospital...
August 8, 2018: BMC Palliative Care
Jessica Reszel, Dana Sidney, Wendy E Peterson, Elizabeth K Darling, Vicki Van Wagner, Bobbi Soderstrom, Judy Rogers, Erin Graves, Bushra Khan, Ann E Sprague
INTRODUCTION: In 2014, 2 freestanding, midwifery-led birth centers opened in Ontario, Canada. The purpose of this study was to qualitatively investigate the integration of the birth centers into the local, preexisting intrapartum systems from the perspective of health care providers and managerial staff. METHODS: Focus groups or interviews were conducted with health care providers (paramedics, midwives, nurses, physicians) and managerial staff who had experienced urgent and/or nonurgent maternal or newborn transports from a birth center to one of 4 hospitals in Ottawa or Toronto...
August 8, 2018: Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health
Giselle Fernanda Previato, Vanessa Denardi Antoniassi Baldissera
OBJECTIVE: To analyze the Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Health from the perspective of professionals of the Primary Health Care teams. METHODOLOGY: Participatory, qualitative, exploratory-descriptive study, performed in Basic Health Units of a municipality in the northwest of the Paraná, with 88 professionals of thw Primary Health Care teams. The data collection took place from February to April 2017, through the "Photovoice" data collection and analysis technique...
August 2, 2018: Revista Gaúcha de Enfermagem
Dawon Baik, Erin Abu-Rish Blakeney, Mayumi Willgerodt, Nicole Woodard, Mia Vogel, Brenda Zierler
Effective interprofessional (IP) team-based care is critical to enhance the delivery of efficient care and improve nursing and IP team outcomes. This study aims to review the most recent IP team intervention studies that focused on outcomes related to nursing and IP teams. PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO, and Embase were searched for existing literature published between January 2011 and December 2016. The search strategy was developed through both literature review and consultation with a health sciences librarian...
August 7, 2018: Journal of Interprofessional Care
Gerri Lamb, Michael W Moramarco, Karen J Saewert
Arizona Nexus is a pioneer Nexus Innovations Network (NIN) member with the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (National Center) and a statewide collaborative with members from five public and private universities and six health care organizations in Arizona. The Arizona Nexus grew from the request of interprofessional champions at two public state universities, Arizona State University (ASU) and the University of Arizona (UA), to be part of the University of Minnesota's application and vision for the first National Center cohort...
August 7, 2018: Journal of Interprofessional Care
Juliana H Zschoche, Suzanne Nesbit, Umbreen Murtaza, Amanda Sowell, Julie M Waldfogel, Nicole Arwood, Jordan Rush, LeAnn McNamara, Meghan Swarthout, Todd Nesbit, Melinda Ortmann
PURPOSE: An interprofessional initiative to operationalize outpatient naloxone prescribing at a large academic medical center is described. SUMMARY: The initiative was carried out by a work group of clinical pharmacists and pharmacy administrators in collaboration with physicians and nursing staff leaders from multiple practice settings. An opioid overdose risk-assessment guide was developed on the basis of literature review and expert opinion. An institutional policy to guide identification of high-risk patient populations and facilitate naloxone prescribing and dispensing was developed and vetted by multiple expert committees...
August 3, 2018: American Journal of Health-system Pharmacy: AJHP
A J Coleman, G M Finn, B R Nattress
A collaborative health workforce is required to respond to the increasing demands on healthcare resources. Various national and international bodies are promoting interprofessional education (IPE) as a method to provide this collaborative health workforce. IPE is therefore becoming increasingly prominent within healthcare training and will be an essential aspect of dental education. A literature search was completed to provide this narrative review which will introduce IPE, discuss the rationale for IPE within dentistry and the challenges faced...
August 3, 2018: British Dental Journal
Christine Kaci, Cyril Crozet, Claire Gillard-Berthod, Geneviève Van Rooj, Claire Marchand
INTRODUCTION: Many educational institutions offer professionals continuing education in therapeutic patient education (TPE). Some also provide it for students in initial training. OBJECTIVES: 1) Describe the methods of implementing the training in two nurse training institutes (IFSI); 2) Determine the conditions conducive to the development of competencies for students in initial training. METHOD: Nineteen semi-structured interviews were conducted with trainers, external speakers, students in training, and registered nurses...
July 12, 2018: Recherche en Soins Infirmiers
Esther González-Martínez, Corinne Bulliard
INTRODUCTION: In hospitals, the discharge of patients needing home care or going to a care facility is planned interprofessionally, in particular via telephone calls between nurses and social workers. CONTEXT: During discharge planning, the collaboration between a nurse and a social worker is fraught with tension. When this planning is conducted over the phone and the nurse is a new graduate, the tension can be heightened. METHOD: Sociological study in an acute-care hospital in French-speaking Switzerland based on analyses of telephone conversations between new nursing graduates and social workers, in addition to observations, interviews and document-gathering...
July 12, 2018: Recherche en Soins Infirmiers
Ellen Fink-Samnick
BEHAVIORAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES: This article will: PRIMARY PRACTICE SETTINGS(S):: Applicable to health and behavioral health settings where case management is practiced. FINDINGS/CONCLUSIONS: When professional case managers use comprehensive assessments to inform their work with populations impacted by the SDH, barriers to care access can be more readily addressed (e.g., poverty, employment, housing insufficiency, health literacy, migration, and medication adherence)...
September 2018: Professional Case Management
Phyllis Adams, Linda Hulton
There is little research on the dynamics of the sexual assault response team (SART) members' interprofessional collaboration (IPC) practice. The study purposes were to (1) explore the perceptions of IPC among SART members; (2) evaluate the use of Perception of Interprofessional Collaboration Model Questionnaire with the SART; and (3) discuss the implications of the Interprofessional Core Competencies for emergency department nurses and sexual assault nurse examiners. This cross-sectional mixed-methods study (n = 49) was implemented using 4 SART teams in a mid-Atlantic state...
July 2018: Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal
Sarah D Holmes, Everett Smith, Barbara Resnick, Nicole J Brandt, Reba Cornman, Kelly Doran, Daniel Z Mansour
Interprofessional education (IPE) is critical for ensuring that students are prepared to collaborate with team members across disciplines once they enter clinical practice; particularly, in the complex care of the geriatric population. This qualitative study explored the experiences of interdisciplinary students in a clinical based IPE experience at a senior housing residence. Reflective journals were examined from students (n = 23) in nursing, social work, pharmacy, and medicine participating in an IPE program...
July 30, 2018: Gerontology & Geriatrics Education
France Légaré, Hélène Lee-Gosselin, Francine Borduas, Céline Monette, André Bilodeau, Dominique Tanguay, Dawn Stacey, Marie-Pierre Gagnon, Geneviève Roch, Maman Joyce Dogba, André Bussières, Marie-Claude Tremblay, Annie-Pierre Bélanger, Caroline Jose, Sophie Desroches, Hubert Robitaille, Louisa Blair, Sylvie-Marianne Rhugenda
Consideration of sex and gender in research and clinical practice is necessary to redress health inequities and reduce knowledge gaps. As all health professionals must maintain and update their skills throughout their career, developing innovative continuing professional education programs that integrate sex and gender issues holds great promise for reducing these gaps. This article proposes new approaches to partnership, team development, pedagogical theory, content development, evaluation and data management that will advance the integration of sex and gender in continuing professional development (CPD)...
July 28, 2018: Medical Teacher
Anne-Marie Reid, Shelley A Fielden, Janet Holt, Joan MacLean, Naomi D Quinton
BACKGROUND: Interprofessional education (IPE) is time consuming to develop and sustain and presents many logistical and practical challenges to curriculum developers. Drawing on findings from an evaluation study of an IPE pilot, this paper brings new insights into both positive implications and potentially negative consequences of delivering large scale IPE. OBJECTIVE: The aim of the study was to evaluate a large scale IPE pilot delivered to students in the first year of their training...
July 25, 2018: Nurse Education Today
Alla El-Awaisi, Maguy Saffouh El Hajj, Sundari Joseph, Lesley Diack
In an IPE environment, students are expected to have better understanding of the roles, responsibilities, and contribution of other health care professions to enhance interprofessional working and collaboration with an end result of improving patient-centred and team-based care. Although many studies have investigated students' attitudes, very few employ a mixed methods design and hardly are from Middle Eastern countries. A two-staged sequential explanatory mixed method design was used to comprehensively capture the perspectives of pharmacy students toward IPE and collaborative practice...
July 27, 2018: Journal of Interprofessional Care
Joyce Molenaar, Irene Korstjens, Marijke Hendrix, Raymond de Vries, Marianne Nieuwenhuijze
BACKGROUND: Shared decision-making (SDM) is a critical but challenging component of high quality maternity care. In co-creation with parents and professionals, we are developing an intervention to improve SDM. As a first step we aimed to explore the experiences and needs of parents and professionals regarding shared decision-making in interprofessional antenatal, natal, and postnatal care. METHODS: We organized 11 focus groups in the Netherlands in November and December 2016...
July 26, 2018: Birth
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