This educational symposium provided health care related faculty, instructors, clinic setting practitioners and other clinical staff the opportunity to learn about patient-centered team-based care from an Interprofessional (Team-Based) Practice or Interprofessional Education (IPE) perspective. The day included information on national and state trends, clinical and educational presenters, research findings, poster sessions and interactive discussion about moving Wisconsin forward in the area of interprofessional education and interprofessional practice, with a focus on chronic disease management in the area of patient-centered team-based care.

Conference Materials – Presentations

Million Hearts® Hypertension and Nursing
Interprofessional Education Leading to Team-Based Care
Better Patient Engagement through Better Health Literacy
Evidence-Based Proper Blood Pressure Measurement
Interprofessional Education in Wisconsin: An Overview and How it Could Look
Provisional Results: Compendium of the Status of Interprofessional Education in Wisconsin Academic Settings

Conference Materials – Poster Abstracts

A Systematic Review of Care Coordination and its Effects on Type Two Diabetes Mellitus Health Outcomes
Interprofessional Education of Nursing and Social Work Students with Simulation
Development of a Continuing Interprofessional Education Partnership at UW Madison: Learning from Our Learners
Implementing Best Practice Initiatives to Improve the Care of Sepsis Patients
Interprofessional Simulation to Improve Obstetrical Patient Outcomes
Lessons for Learners and Educators
Self-health Care Decision Making for Congestive Heart Failure Patients: Successful Change in Evidence –Based Practice through Use of Theory of Reasoned Action
Shared Medical Visits for Patients with Diabetes Using U-500 Regular Insulin in a Veterans Hospital Outpatient Diabetes Clinic
Veteran Centered Heart Failure Self-management Education Program