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As the summer temperatures continue to soar in Arizona, the CAIPER team is beginning to look forward to spending a few days in the cooler weather of Minneapolis, at the Nexus Summit 2017 on August 20-23. For us, the Summit represents a time for reconnecting with collaborators and acquaintances from across the country; a time for exploring new ideas, challenges, and opportunities in interprofessional education and practice; and perhaps most fun – a time for reflecting on and sharing the stories of our journey over the previous year!
Here’s a sneak peek at all the sessions and activities we’ll be engaging in, and we hope to see you there!
CAIPER Director Dr. Gerri Lamb is excited to be partnering with Christopher Purdy of SmithGroup JJR, an international architecture, engineering and planning firm, Dr. Lesley Manson of Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions, and Scott Reeves of The Design School at Arizona State University to share a new four-hour preconference workshop on interprofessional design thinking.
Dr. Lamb will also be facilitating a new Conversation Café focused on Team Optimization. The probing questions addressed by this Café include:
The CAIPER team has also been invited by the Summit committee to give an encore performance of a fun workshop focused on aspects of teamwork training development. We presented Teamwork Training in Integrated Care: Navigating the Nexus in Real Time at the 2016 Summit in collaboration with ASU colleagues Dr. Lesley Manson, Dr. Liz Harrell, and Dr. Glen Nelson. This is the workshop where conference attendees have a chance to see us present in costume, fall down a rabbit hole, and conduct a mad tea party!
We are also looking forward to presenting a new workshop in collaboration with Lynne Sinclair from the University of Toronto Centre for Interprofessional Education: Designing Team-Based Development for Sustaining Impactful Academic-Clinical Partnerships. This workshop is all about exploring practical strategies for collaboratively planning and designing team development that maximizes return on investment. We will share insights and tips that we gleaned from partnering with Ms. Sinclair and colleagues from the University of Toronto last year to offer an immersive three-day interprofessional learning event to faculty, clinicians, and healthcare administrators across the Phoenix metro area. It was an amazing experience and we can’t wait to tell this story!
CAIPER Faculty Development Lead, Jinnette Senecal, will be at the Nexus Fair along with ASU’s Dr. Steven Crawford, Dr. Robin Bonifas, and Dr. Sandra Mayol-Kreiser to debut a new Open Educational Resource package in the session titled: Preparing Facilitators for Implementation of a Video-Assisted Interprofessional Simulation Event. This comprehensive facilitation and learning material package was developed in collaboration with an expert team of health professions educators and instructional media specialists.
CAIPER is also very excited to highlight a number of our colleagues from across the Arizona Nexus who will be sharing their work:
The Nexus Summit 2017 is sure to be a great event for learning, sharing and networking to keep pushing forward interprofessional education and practice for better patient care. We hope to see you there!
Jinnette Senecal is the Faculty Development lead for CAIPER and also manages an instructional design team at ASU College of Nursing & Health Innovation. She is experienced in creatively applying instructional design principles, adult learning approaches, and technology solutions toward maximizing positive learning outcomes.