IP Collaborative Scholarship Part II: Looking for Collaborators in All the Right Places
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Bringing an interprofessional team together to successfully complete a research project will put your leadership and mentoring skills to the test. This intermediate/advanced seminar will provide a brief overview of collaborative scholarship, identify gaps within knowledge and practice in IPECP, discuss strategies for successful collaborations, and develop potential opportunities for IP collaborative scholarship partnerships.
After attending this seminar, participants will be able to:
1. Discuss in the current environment what research gaps exist, particularly between knowledge and practice in IPECP
2. Identify successful strategies for collaborating in IP scholarship
3. Initiate a potential collaboration among participants
Active Learning Strategies:
Following a brief overview of strategies for collaborative scholarship and gap identification, an online poll will be given to determine participants’ specific areas of interest related to current IP scholarship topics. Participants will join a group of their interest along with a facilitator with the specific assignment to brainstorm research questions, share ideas and/or describe specific opportunities of which they may be aware. Small groups will then share their specific ideas and/or opportunities with all participants in the larger group format.
A list of strategies and resources for the purpose of finding potential collaborators or ideas for specific areas of focus for scholarship will be shared with participants at the end of the session.
Each participant will identify research problems, gaps and strategies to seek collaborative research opportunities. Responses will be saved and an email reminder will be sent to each individual participant within 6 months to remind them of what they were planning to do in order to seek collaborative scholarship opportunities.
Contact the Presentation Team:
Loretta Nunez, MA, AuD, CCC-A/SLP, FNAP
Director, Academic Affairs and Research Education
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Mary Mauldin, EdD
Professor and Associate Director of Education for Interprofessional Initiatives
Medical University of South Carolina
Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, PT, FNAP
Associate Vice Chancellor for Interprofessional Practice and Education
The Ohio State University
Diane Bridges, PhD
Associate Professor, Director of Distance Education and Project Specialist
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
Gail Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA, FNAP
Dean, Graduate School and College of Professional Studies, Vice Provost for Learning and Assessment
Devin Nickol, MD
Associate Professor, Internal Medicine Division of General Medicine
University of Nebraska Medical Center