Gina Baugh, PharmD
Director of Interprofessional Education
West Virginia University

Gina M. Baugh, PharmD is the Director of IPE for the WVU Health Sciences Center. Dr. Baugh oversees the IPE efforts in the didactic, simulation, and clinical practice settings for all health professional students at the HSC. Her work in IPE has become the primary focus of her teaching and scholarship, and she has been part of six funded grants in this area in the past 5 years and has presented her work at various national meetings. Dr. Baugh and three colleagues received the WVU HSC Vice President’s Team Achievement Award in 2017 their IPE efforts in the community.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Program Design:Presentation: 25 minutesActive Learning: 25 minutes (Virtual tour and discussion 15 minutes and group sharing 10 minutes)Q&A: 10 minutes Program Description and Purpose:Home-based care (HBC) is a valuable tool to provide care to medically underserved populations. Interprofessional education has become an integral part in undergraduate and professional curricula, however, applications of team-based training in HBC are often missing from curricula. When included, instruction in HBC often utilizes didactic instruction or laboratory experiences, of which are discipline specific…
The COVID 19 pandemic has presented many challenges to delivery of educational content but has also presented a unique opportunity to grow education in the virtual environment. This presentation will discuss the growth of virtual interprofessional simulation and will focus on debriefing techniques to aid faculty in getting the most “bang for their buck” out of their events. Discussion will include debriefing techniques particularly suited for the virtual environment, learner engagement, promoting communication, and tactics for debriefing with multiple facilitators. This discussion is…
Despite national efforts to establish patient-centered medical homes (PCMH), 57.3% of children with special health care needs are receiving care that does not meet medical home criteria. Project DOCC, a national curriculum designed by parents of children with disability or chronic disease, has shown documented strengths in medical resident learner education of children with special health care needs from the parent perspectives for over a decade. Because of the importance of PCMH and the need to provide compassionate care is widespread across disciplines, our institution adapted the…
Despite national efforts to establish patient-centered medical homes (PCMH), 57.3% of children with special health care needs are receiving care that does not meet medical home criteria. Project DOCC, a national curriculum designed by parents of children with disability or chronic disease, has shown documented strengths in medical resident learner education of children with special health care needs from the parent perspectives for over a decade. Because of the importance of PCMH and the need to provide compassionate care is widespread across disciplines, our institution adapted the…
Background:Home-based care (HBC) is a valuable tool to provide care to medically underserved populations. Interprofessional education has become an integral part in undergraduate and professional curricula, however, applications of team-based training in HBC are often missing from curricula. When included, instruction in HBC often utilizes didactic instruction or laboratory experiences, of which are discipline specific and lack a focus on integration of team-based care.  Objectives:Describe an innovative IPE model that uses a real-word home environment to promote interprofessional education…