Anthony Breitbach, PhD, ATC, FASAHP
Professor, Director Athletic Training Program
Saint Louis University, Doisy College of Health Professions
Dr. Anthony Breitbach is a tenured Professor and the Director of the Athletic Training Program at SLU. He is Chair of the Association of Schools Advancing Health Professions Partnerships, Alliances and Advocacy committee and Interprofessional subcommittee as well as representing them on Interprofessional Education Collaborative council. He is Chair of the Program Committee; serves on the Advisory Board for the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative; is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Interprofessional Care; a Peer Reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission and serves as Public Member on the CAE Commission of the American Society of Association Executives.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Tools for measuring outcomes of interprofessional education (IPE) have been criticized as having weak evidence for validity. The purpose of this study was to compare previous validity evidence for three commonly used self-report tools with data from 684 learners at four U.S. universities to better understand how these measures perform across contexts and learner levels. The research team consisted of faculty representing athletic training, dentistry, dental hygiene, dietetics, medicine, nursing, physical therapy, and public health, who came together to learn about, from, and with each other…
If you are planning to attend, please RSVP using this form to receive advance materials prior to the session.   We are all working hard, both individually and collectively, to improve interprofessional practice and education. However, despite best efforts, progress is slow, and outcomes remain variable. Collaborative scholarship provides opportunities to widen access to a greater number of techniques used for research and more efficient learning, brings more experience to bear upon a problem/issue, and promotes creativity and effective problem-solving.   This session is an introduction to…
If you are planning to attend, please RSVP using this form to receive advance materials prior to the session.   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…
This short course will provide participants tasked with developing IPE programs with foundational information essential to success in leadership, teaching and scholarship.   It will also provide real-world insight into processes, successes and challenges encountered when getting started in IPE.   This event will also include an interactive activity where participants will collaborate to learn from and assist their peers in professional development. At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to: Describe the key foundational literature to help inform the development of an IPE…
Saint Louis University (SLU) integrated IPE learning into baccalaureate Nursing and Health Sciences programs in 2006 as aConcentration in IP Practice, and Minor in IP Practice in 2011. SLU IPE has consistently focused on IPP to advance the Triple Aim,and now the Quadruple Aim. This initiative expands the professions, faculty, learners and community partners involved to addressbig-topic issues in our community, regionally, and nationally. SLU has recently approved a new Core Curriculum framework. Toenhance sustainability of IPE programs at the undergraduate level, this committee of four…