The 4 Competencies Of Interprofessional Education: An Online Course To Promote Collaboration
Challenge - Promoting collaboration with interprofessional education courses
Building your interprofessional education (IPE) toolkit. Moving from awareness to implementation of interprofessional education and collaboration.
Interprofessional education and collaboration improve teamwork and communication, enhance understanding of roles and responsibilities, and emphasize how values and ethics can improve the quality of our work and our client/patient outcomes.
This webinar will introduce participants to interprofessional education (IPE), collaboration, and the four competencies within this framework. Presenters will share a brief history of the Clarkson College process and will showcase the current curriculum, outcomes, and specific tips and strategies for implementing IPE activities. In addition, participants will learn more about our accredited IPE course, continuing education opportunities available, and the benefits of enrolling.
- Define interprofessional education
- Recognize the four IPEC competencies
- Explore the Clarkson College IPE curriculum and outcomes
- Identify ways to enhance one’s knowledge using online, asynchronous IPE educational opportunities
- Describe the benefits of an online IPE course
- Plan next steps for IPE development and implementation
- Faculty & Staff
- Online Learning
- Curriculum Development
- Center for Teaching Excellence / Instructional Design
- IPE Committees
- Diversity Committees
- Community & Service Partners
- Human Resources
- Student Services/Affairs
- Enrollment Management
Sarah Flanagan is the Director of Community Health and Interprofessional Education (IPE) at Clarkson College. She is an Associate Professor and has been at the College since 2010. Sarah earned a Bachelor’s degree in social work from Creighton University, Master’s degrees in Social Work and Public Administration, and a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Ms. Flanagan is a Master Social Worker and Licensed Mental Health Practitioner in the state of Nebraska.
At the College, Ms. Flanagan takes an active leadership role on the Student Support Team, the IPE Committee, the Clarkson College Leadership Series, and multiple Strategic Planning committees. She is also the co-coordinator of the Maltese Mission Service Week and helped develop the Interprofessional Education modules at the College that help students, faculty, and staff develop skills to work within interprofessional groups in both clinical and non-clinical settings. As a member of the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, she has presented numerous times on IPE topics to educators and health care professionals.
For her work in developing IPE curriculum at the College, Ms. Flanagan was a co-recipient of the Dr. Patricia Book Perry Scholarly Project Award in 2017. She was recognized as Faculty of the Year in 2015, and also earned the Excellence in Teaching Award in 2014.
Dr. Ruhkamp grew up in Le Mars, Iowa and earned an Associate Degree in Nursing from Western Iowa Tech Community College in 1997. In 2005, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Briar Cliff University and moved to Omaha, Nebraska. In fall of 2005, Dr. Ruhkamp joined the nursing faculty at Clarkson College where she taught primarily in the clinical setting. In 2009, she received her Master of Science in Nursing from Clarkson College and in 2015 earned a Doctorate in Education for Health Professions from College of Saint Mary. In 2022 she became a Certified Nurse Educator.
During her career, Dr. Ruhkamp worked in many clinical areas including acute care float team, cardiology, and inpatient rehab. Education always held an important role in her life and that ultimately brought her to pursue a career in nursing education.
Dr. Ruhkamp is a member of the National League of Nursing, Sigma Nursing International Honor Society, Nebraska League of Nursing, and National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS). Dr. Ruhkamp is the Vice President of Metro Omaha Tobacco Action Coalition (MOTAC).
Dr. Ruhkamp holds the rank of Associate Professor and currently teaches in the graduate nursing program at Clarkson College. She is very active in the college community, serving on several committees.
Dr. Jenette Smith holds a Doctor in Health Care Education and Leadership degree from Clarkson College, an educational partner of Nebraska Medicine, the Certified Lifestyle Medicine Professional (DipACLM) from the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, and a Master of Science degree in Health Education/Studies in Aging from the University of North Texas.
Dr. Smith currently teaches in the Doctor in Health Care Education and Leadership program at Clarkson College, including serving as dissertation research chair. Dr. Smith’s career in health care education includes serving in teaching and leadership positions in higher education, inclusive higher education, and nonprofit organizations serving individuals with disabilities, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and the elderly.
Dr. Smith has devoted over 30 years to serving as an educator, ally, and advocate for individuals with disabilities, their families, and their caregivers. She currently serves in fundraising, as a member of the Advisory Board, and as Interim Vice-President of the Board of Directors for a nonprofit organization serving individuals with disabilities, stroke, and the elderly. Dr. Smith also serves as a member of the Clarkson College Alumni Board of Directors. Dr. Smith writes and publishes in the areas of health education, health promotion, lifestyle medicine, and global health, and presents at professional conferences.
Dr. Jessica Wissink became an instructor in the Physical Therapist Assistant program in 2019. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology and Psychology from the University of Kansas as well as a Master’s certificate in Health Services Administration from Creighton University. In 2005, she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Creighton University.
Dr. Wissink has been a practicing physical therapist for more than fifteen years in a variety of in-patient and out-patient areas. She is a Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) BIG certified clinician as well as a Hawkgrips level 1 certified clinician. Dr. Wissink also holds certificates as a Kinesiology Taping Practitioner and Advanced Kinesiology Taping Practitioner. She holds a certification in vestibular rehabilitation through the American Institute of Balance. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and Nebraska Physical Therapy Association (NPTA).
At Clarkson College, Dr. Wissink serves on the Advisory Board and as Lab Coordinator for the PTA department. She serves on various committees and is a recent nominee of the Faulty Senate Excellence in Teaching Award.
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This is a feature of our platform, but comes at an additional cost. With the admin view, you get access to more advanced reporting, and you have it in real time. With the standard membership, you get monthly reports.
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- One of our partners, College of Southern Nevada, used StudentLingo to measure learning outcomes. in a study, one class had access to StudentLingo and the other cohort did not. 92% of the cohort with access to StudentLingo earned a whole letter grade higher than the cohort without StudentLingo.
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The CRLA is a group of student-oriented professionals active in the fields of reading, learning assistance, developmental education, tutoring, and mentoring. In 1989, the CRLA created a training program that is considered ‘best-practice’ for tutor training. A fews years ago, Innovative Educators partnered with the CRLA to create supplementary training modules. Our training supports learning centers in achieving level 1 certification through CRLA.
Do CRLA members receive a discount on TutorLingo?
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