Students are invited to participate in the CLARION Case Competition in which interprofessional teams of four students are presented with a case study. Together, the team develops a root-cause analysis and demonstrates their collaboration by creating a professional poster. Winners of the local contest advance to the national competition to be held April 17 – 18 at The University of Minnesota. For more information, visit http://www.chip.umn.edu/clarion/casecomp/home.html
Mark your calendars for IP Day, February 19, 2015. This unique event allows students to learn from and interact with their peers and faculty from all schools during a conference-style afternoon. The event will begin at 1 p.m. with a keynote address in Levin Hall.
The Pediatric End of Life seminar will include a simulation bringing together Nursing, Health Profession, and Medical students to participate in a high fidelity simulation and discussion. The simulation will focus on the case of an infant, his family, and his health care providers as the infant faces death. A panel of practicing health care professionals, along with a parent who has experienced the death of a child, will present their perspectives and answer questions during a debriefing following the simulation. The focus of this IPE seminar is to allow professional health care provider students the opportunity to discuss death and dying as it relates to their practice. It provides insight into the use of appropriate and helpful interventions as well as essential communication skills during this process.
Date: Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Location: Levin Hall Main auditorium
Time: 1:00- 3:00pm
Bonnie K. Webster, MS, RN, BC - Assistant Professor Pediatric Nursing and Informatics
Susan M. Gerik, M.D. - Associate Professor Pediatrics and Family Medicine
Oma Morey, Ph.D. - Senior Medical Educator, Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Sealy Center on Aging
Rev. Kathy Ozenberger, M.R.E., Chaplain for Pediatrics, Maternal Child Health, Medical ICU, and Emergency Services
Students from all four schools are invited to find our more information about applying for the Interprofessional Scholars Program. The meeting will provide details about the application process, requirements, and benefits of the program.
St. Vincent's Student-Run Free Clinic is a unique place where UTMB Health students of all levels have the opportunity to hone their clinical skills and provide quality care to under and uninsured patients in the Galveston community. Students work on interprofessional teams under the mentorship of volunteer faculty and student directors to provide primary and specialty care for patients. Clinics are open Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 4 – 8:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The clinic is located at 2817 Post Office Street. For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.