Enjoy pictures from the Fifth Annual Health Professions Education Day held on April 2, 2019 at the Michigan League.
Welcome to the Fifth Annual Health Professions Education Day!
Dr. Carol Bradford, Executive Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, Medical School, introduces the Second Annual James O. Woolliscroft, MD Endowed Lectureship in Medical Education.
Keynote speaker, Dr. Lorelei Lingard, engaged the audience on her talk: “Are We Training for Collective Incompetence? Common Education Assumptions & Their Unintended Impacts on Healthcare Teamwork."
An engaged ballroom enjoying Dr. Lorelei Lingard's presentation.
HPE Day Organizer, Dr. Caren Stalburg, Keynote speaker, Lorelei Lingard, and Director of the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education, Frank Asicone pose together.
Dr. James Woolliscroft, for whom the keynote lecture is named, engaging with Quinlan Davis over his poster regarding teaching providers to collect useful patient feedback about the patients education.
Stuart Hammond, Co-Chair of the IPE Student Advisory Committee and Vani Patterson, Assistant Director of the Center for Interprofessional Education posing with their poster.
Ghiadaa Najjar, a Research Fellow in the Center for Interprofessional Education presenting her poster: IPE in Action: Faculty Perceptions.
Gretchen Piatt, Associate Director of Educational Program for DLHS, Robin Kocher and Emilee Coulter-Thompson, Department Strategist for DLHS pose with their poster: Interprofessional Education in Practice: A Case Study with a Macro Master of Social Work Student
Nicole White, Michigan Medical Student, presenting her poster on the Future Physicians Submit.
The day wrapped up with the inaugural Awards for IPE Innovation and Excellence. The awards were presented to Gundy Sweet (Faculty Award), Stuart Hammond and Sally Salari (Student Award), and Carol Anne Murdoch-Kinch (Award for Distinguished Leadership in IPE).
Another successful HPE Day is in the books. Mark your calendar for next year's HPE Day - April 14, 2020.