Heartland Interprofessional Education Conference (HIPE)

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The HIPE Conference includes:
  • National experts in interprofessional education and collaborative practice
  • Oral and poster presentations of current scholarly work in the field
  • Interactive skill-building workshops
  • Networking and collaboration opportunities


Recent Submissions

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    Patient Experience of a Collaborative Comprehensive Geriatric Interprofessional Practice and Education Assessment
    (2020-07-22) Kunkle, R.; Geary, C.; Maasdam, K.; Sobeski, L.; Webster, R.; Meier, N.; Chaperon, C.
    The Big Problem:|Approximately 1.7 million older adults received care in over 16,000 skilled nursing facilities (CDC, 2016). Transitions across levels of care have the potential to be costly and dangerous to these older adults (The Henry J. Kaiser Foundation, 2013). The Inspector General indicated that 33% of skilled nursing facility Medicare beneficiaries experience adverse events, with over 1/3 being related to medication errors (DHHS, 2014).|Management of complex, medically ill older adults experiencing a transition from acute care to primary care require interprofessional teams to assess, treat, and develop comprehensive discharge plans for safe, quality care.
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    Foundational IPE Curriculum Through The Eyes OF International Dental Students
    (2020-07-22) Cho, S.D.; Romito, L.; Daulton, B.J.
    Purpose:| To describe outcome comparisons between traditional and IDP student cohorts in IPE knowledge, perceived collaborative skills attainment, and satisfaction with TEACH! experiences.
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    First Year Online IPE Implementation: Student Outcomes
    (2020-07-22) Allen, Rebecca; Arshad-Snyder, Siti; Flanagan, Sarah; Ruhkamp, Renee
    Background:|From a healthcare education perspective, many accrediting bodies now require Interprofessional Education (IPE) as best practice for achieving safe, high quality patientcentered care (1,2,3,4). In response, Clarkson College began requiring all in-coming students (undergraduate and graduate, on-campus and distance) to complete a new online course, IPE 301, throughout their time at the College. This graduation requirement consists of: a) four online modules with lecture, videos, note-taking guides and quizzes (completed during their first semester); b) pre-, mid-, and post-test Interprofessional Collaborative Competencies Attainment Survey (ICCAS); and c) participation in three IPE events with written reflections (categories include knowledge, community and service). The purpose of this project was to evaluate the outcomes for 402 students beginning the IPE course in that initial year of implementation, 2018-2019.
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    Difficulty Breathing: Patient Complaint or Simulation Student Symptom?
    (2020-07-22) Reynolds, Jannelle; Haas, Douglass
    Synopsis:| Evidence supports the development of effective communication and collaboration among the health care team to improve patient safety and ultimately improve patient outcomes. Creating a relevant simulation that engages two or more disciplines and mimics a real-life scenario can be a challenge. This simulated pediatric asthma exacerbation case did increase student levels of stress but also allowed both PA and Accelerated BSN students, to practice and retain clinical skills and communication in a more meaningful way.
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    Companions on a Journey: An Interprofessional Case Discussion
    (2020-07-22) Delahunt, Joan; Heller, Dave; Wisdom, Christina; Jardes, April; Schriner, Mylene; Stosberg, Tobey
    Objective:| Creation of an innovative interprofessional case study activity to facilitate collaborative dialogue and interprofessional education (IPE) for undergraduate and graduate students.