2023 IPE Session 3: 'Perspective taking' and ‘engaging in dialogue’: health humanities approaches that are applicable for designing and facilitating interprofessional learning (IPL)
Our conversation-based session is kick-started by Professor Sandra Carr, Head of Health Professions Education at UWA. Sandra has over 20 years experience leading health professions education (HPE), faculty-wide curriculum development and mixed methods research. There are many opportunities for IPL in the postgraduate HPE courses, and Sandra is currently developing an undergraduate major in Humanities for Health and Medicine. Participants will be encouraged to draw on their own experiences to make connections and exchange ideas.VIEW RECORDING HERE
2023 IPE Session 2: Is the presence and visibility of collaborative practice a significant positive contributor to the “culture” of a placement and therefore the learning environment?
A conversation-based session kick-started by Heidi Waldron. Participants were encouraged to draw on their own experiences to make connections and exchange ideas.
Dale Sheehan draws on her experience conducting interviews with both undergraduate and new graduate doctors as part of a project to explore the culture of a range of clinical placements seeking to make visible the key features of each placement.
In this study Dale recognises three perspectives on culture and seeks to explore them all in the context of clinical learning environments. Practice perspective, such as "How things are done here!" is the key perspective on culture that Dale considers in this session.
2023 IPE Session 1: Designing a faculty-wide IPE programme in the post-COVID world
Gary reflects on his experience designing a faculty-wide IPE programme at Griffith University over a period of pre-COVID years and how he is approaching supporting colleagues to undertake the same task at Deakin University but in a world changed by the pandemic. Participants will discuss their experiences designing IPE initiatives and consider ways that the pandemic has presented new challenges and opportunities.
Professor Gary D. Rogers is a health professions educational leader, public health researcher and GP with a focus on HIV medicine. He commenced as Professor and Dean of the School of Medicine at Deakin University in June 2020. He is also an active member of ANZAHPE and AIPPEN.
Fiona will outline the format and structure of her successful, synchronous, student scheduled IPE module on anti-racism. Participants will be encouraged to draw on their own experiences to make connections and exchange ideas. In this session, we anticipate that you will leave with at least one new idea to explore and widen your network of colleagues with interests in interprofessional education.
AIPPEN IPE Networking Session: Exchanging ideas about introducing interprofessional facilitation to colleagues
The authors of the AIPPEN Guide to Facilitating Inter-professional Education: Fiona Kent, Megan Anakin, Margo Brewer, Krista Cockrell, Lyn Gum, and Caterina Tannous will demonstrate and discuss strategies to support colleagues new to IPE facilitation.
AIPPEN IPE Networking Session: Exchanging ideas about how to facilitate interaction and create safe learning spaces for IPE
Exchanging ideas about how to facilitate interaction and create safe learning spaces for IPE
In this networking session, we discuss strategies to facilitate interaction between students in face to face and Zoom classes. Eileen McKinlay and Linda Gulliver will start our conversation with a brief overview of their approach before opening the discussion for others to build on. The goal of this AIPPEN sponsored event is to encourage conversations between people interested in IPE to exchange ideas and share practice.
Eileen McKinlay is an Associate Professor and Director of the IPE Centre, University of Otago. She has been facilitating in-person IPE for many years. Since 2020, Eileen has worked at adapting IPE for Zoom delivery.
Linda Gulliver is a Senior Lecturer and IPE Academic Lead for the Division of Health Sciences, University of Otago (Dunedin campus). She also Convenes an Integrated Case-based Programme for second and third-year medical students at the Otago Medical School. Linda has facilitated small group learning for medical students since 2005.