NEW FRONTIERS IN GERIATRICS INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (IPE): EXTENDING THE REACH BEYOND ACADEMIA

Symposia

  • Date:
  • Time: 11:45am - 12:45pm
  • Track: Education
  • CME/CE: 1.0

Sponsored by the Teachers Section; Education Committee; and the IPE Special Interest Group

Moderator: Cheryl A. Sadowski, PharmD, BCGP, FCSHP

Learning Objectives: (1) identify areas of collaboration and development for IPE; (2) explain how academic institutions can collaborate with community-based providers from local services to create and implement geriatrics IP curricula in rural communities; (3) create a process to develop a focused IPE activity, such as an IPE week embedded within an existing curriculum; and (4) describe a model of geriatrics learning community and its impact on patient care in an academic ambulatory care setting.

Interprofessional Collaboration as an Emerging National Model for Responding to Elder Abuse
Carrie Rubenstein, MD & Amanda S. Froh

Interprofessional Curriculum for the Care of Older Adults (iCCOA): Extending the Reach to Community-Based Organizations
​​​​​​Christian D. Furman, MD, MSPH, AGSF & Anna C. Faul, PhD

“IPE Week” – How to Incorporate an Interprofessional Education Experience into a Core Geriatric Medicine Rotation
Ella H. Bowman, MD, PhD, AGSF, FAAHPM

A Geriatrics Interprofessional Learning Community in an Ambulatory Care Setting
Pei Chen, MD

Mobility and Geriatrics
Philip Choe, DO