USF Nursing Participates in USF Health Interprofessional Education Course Amplifying Team Learning
University of South Florida College of Nursing faculty and students participated in a new program at USF Health honing Interprofessional education skills by providing case-based sessions across time, an approach that offers a more realistic view of how healthcare teams care for patients requiring multiple visits and whose care needs to be reassessed as their conditions change.
More than 36 USF Nursing students in their 5th semester attended the Interprofessional Education (IPE) Small-Group Session on September 26, 2012 along with students from the USF Morsani College of Medicine and USF College of Pharmacy.
For the complete story read “New course amplifies team learning by looking at patients across time” on USF Health News.
“This exercise gave all of the students some good insight into the roles of other disciplines and allowed them to explore how best to communicate with each other to drive positive patient outcomes,” said Gail H. Schinka RN, MS, CNN, USF Nursing Instructor and Clinical Collaborative VA Nursing Academy Faculty.
USF Health students during the IPE Small Group Session on September 26, 2012