Presented on Wednesday, October 28th
The Center of Outpatient Education is an interprofessional program (IP) for Physician, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing, Psychology, Pharmacy, and Social Work trainees at the Cleveland VA Medical Center that is implementing and testing innovative approaches for IP education through a team-based model. Within the COE, a novel Social Determinants of Health (SDH) interprofessional curriculum is in development that includes didactic sessions and hands-on learning activities. In light of the challenges of COVID-19, COE faculty and learners have adapted to newer methods in the delivery of education. The success of the sessions on a virtual platform shows that the SDH IP curriculum can be delivered to a wider IP audience.
During this webinar we discussed:
- Developing a Social Determinants of Health curriculum for an interprofessional program.
- Adapting a curriculum to COVID-19 restrictions and developing virtual teaching modalities.
- Lessons learned throughout this process and future directions for developing additional curricular activities.
- Elizabeth Painter, PsyD
- Timica Campbell, MD, MPH
- Kimone Lightford, MD
Elizabeth Painter, PsyD, MSCP, Timica Campbell, MD, MPH and Kimone Lightford, MD serve as interdisciplinary faculty in the Center of Outpatient Education (COE) program at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center. Drs. Campbell and Lightford previously completed the COE program as leaners themselves, and Dr. Painter served as the Associate Director of Psychology. Within their current roles, they specialize in curricular development, and have a specific interest in developing innovative curriculum focused on Social Determinants of Health (SDH).
Hosted by the National Collaborative for Education to Address the Social Determinants of Health