WNA’s Task Force on Interprofessional Education is partnering with WNA’s Patient-Centered Team-Based Care Grant staff in planning this day-long conference. The interdisciplinary conference will include an overview of patient-centered team-based care (PCTBC). There will be two concurrent sessions in the afternoon: one will be the clinical application in the identification, treatment, and promotion of patient self-management of patients with hypertension; the second will be the educational considerations related to interprofessional education in a PCTBC setting.
One of the plenary speakers is Brenda Zierler, PhD, RN, FAAN, a professor of Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems at the University of Washington. Dr. Zierler was a contributing member of the Institute of Medicine Report: Measuring the Impact of Interprofessional Education (IPE) on Collaborative Practice and Patient Outcomes.
Symposium 8:15 am-4:15 pm – open at 7:00 for breakfast and viewing posters
HANDOUTS – all handouts submitted by presenters are linked below for participants to download/print as desired. No paper copies of these handouts will be provided at the symposium.
Million Hearts® Campaign and Impact of Team-Based Care (slideset in PDF format)
Interprofessional Education Leading to Team-Based Care
Better Patient Engagement through Better Health Literacy
Afternoon – Clinical Practice Track:
Evidenced-Based Proper Blood Pressure Measurement
Afternoon – Interprofessional Education Track:
Overview of Interprofessional Education Implementation in Wisconsin
Interprofessional Education in Wisconsin’s Academic Settings: Victories and Opportunities
Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Credit – 6.8 contact hours were awarded to registered participants who attended the entire symposium and completed the online evaluation by November 4, 2016. CNE credit is no longer available.