and Amy Holbrook, MS
Operations Manager, Clinical Evaluation Center
West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
Providing Interprofessional experiences at a stand-alone medical school can be challenging, especially in a rural setting. Collaborations with outside health science schools have enabled WVSOM to provide interactive experiences, which typically will include 80-300 students, for a day-long event. During this webinar, we will share a progressive case that we have utilized for one of these events, which progresses from a standardized patient simulated encounter to a manikin simulation. We will briefly discuss our barriers to providing IPE in a rural setting, the components of a progressive case, and our lessons learned from doing these encounters.
1. Identify components of a progressive case
2. Discuss benefits of a progressive case as part of an IPE
3. Reflect on our experiences to develop a progressive case
This free webinar is sponsored by The Global Institute for Simulation Training and Education Management Solutions.
Join us Wednesday, July 12 at 2:00 pm EDT (1:00 pm CDT; 12:00 pm MDT; 11:00 am PDT; 8 am HAST ) US Time Zones.