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					PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT

INTERPROFESSIONAL CLINIC
       WORKSHOP
           Christie Newton
          Lesley Bainbridge
  Claire-Jehanne Dubouloz Wilner
     Overview of the workshop
   Welcome and introductions
   Presentations
   Small group work
   Consolidate discussions
   Small group work
   Consolidate discussions
   Wrap up
                        Objectives
   1. To identify and describe interprofessional primary health
    care models and inter-professional learning models for inter-
    professional clinics.
   2. To explore the processes of interprofessional team
    functioning within the described models.
   3. To outline the similarities / differences in types of service
    provided, expectations for service provision and funding for
    service between models.
   4. To explore ways to assess the impact of these new models of
    interprofessional care on the health and well-being of the
    population being served and on health human resources.
   5. To explore ways to assess the impact of these new models of
    interdisciplinary care on student learning and the impact of this
    learning on their future practice.
   6. To discuss the concept of an interprofessional primary health
    care research network and the potential for ongoing
    collaboration.
              Presentations

   UBC Health Clinic
   University of Ottawa interprofessional
    rehabilitation clinic
   Other
     Small Group Questions Session 1
1.   What are the most important principles supporting an
     interprofessional clinic? What are the main barriers and facilitators?
2.   What models of practice are most effective for interprofessinal
     clinics? How has your practice/care been optimized through
     collaboration?
3.   What space characteristics enhance collaboration in an
     interprofesional clinic?
4.   What are the important interprofessional learning objectives for the
     students? How do you integrate both specific disciplinary learning
     objectives and interprofessionnal learning objectives?
5.   How is shared leadership defined within an interprofessional team?
     What processes facilitate and inhibit team function?
6.   How can teaching/ learning activities be optimized through
     collaboration in an interprofessional clinic?
7.   How can individuals residing in your community become engaged in
     the development of an interprofessional model of care within a
     clinic? How and what could they contribute?
       Discussion Summaries 1
   2 minute report back from each group
   Main points recorded on flip chart
   Hand in summary sheet
    Small Group Questions Session 2
    What are the most critical evaluation
     indicators (e.g. benefits to clients;
     benefits to students) for an
     interprofessional clinic?
    What tools do we have/need to measure
     these indicators?
    What needs to be in place for an
     interprofessional clinic to be
     sustainable?
       Discussion Summaries 2
   2 minute report back from each group
   Main points recorded on flip chart
   Hand in summary sheet
                        Wrap Up
   Networking potential
       Who would like to keep up the discussion?
       How can we do that?
   Research potential
       Is there an interest in research collaboration?
       How can we do that?
   Knowledge translation
       What is the best way to share findings?
   Model development
       How can we take the results of today and develop
        and test an international model for interprofessional
        primary heath care clinics?
Thank you!

Enjoy Vancouver and
   travel safely.

				
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