Emergency on campus: Attitudes of interprofessional healthcare students in a simulated patient care experience
Briyana L. M. Morrell, MSN; Rebecca Ann Cartledge, MSN; Jennifer Nicole Carmack, MSN; Kathleen Elizabeth Hetzler, DNP; Stephanie R. Kemery, MSN; Shannon Marie Moore, MSN; Jane Toon, DNP -- School of Nursing, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Alison M. Nichols, OTD, School of Occupational Therapy, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Craig A. Voll Jr., PhD, Athletic Training Department, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Elizabeth S. Moore, PhD, School of Nursing and College of Health Sciences, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
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This poster will disseminate results of athletic training, occupational therapy, and nursing students' perceptions of healthcare team members' roles before and after an interprofessional simulation.
44th Biennial Convention 2017 Theme: Influence Through Action: Advancing Global Health, Nursing, and Midwifery.
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Interprofessional faculty teams: Building an effective team to create and implement an interprofessional simulation Morrell, Briyana L. M.; Carmack, Jennifer Nicole; Cartledge, Rebecca Ann; Hetzler, Kathleen Elizabeth; Kemery, Stephanie R.; Moore, Shannon Marie; Nichols, Alison M.; Toon, Jane; Voll, Craig A. Jr. (2017-09-20)This presentation provides an exemplar of how nursing faculty engaged members of different healthcare professions collaboratively in the creation and implementation of an interprofessional learning activity. Participants ...
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