Jessica Patrick-Esteve, MD, MSPH
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and the Assistant Pediatric Clerkship Director
LSU Health-New Orleans
Jessica Patrick-Esteve is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and the Assistant Pediatric Clerkship Director at Louisiana State University Health-New Orleans. In addition to clinical duties, Dr. Patrick educates medical students during clinical rotations and through small group discussions. She has served as an IPE faculty facilitator for the past three years in the institution’s two-year IPE longitudinal curriculum. She is a member of Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics and serves on their pre-clerkship skills collaborative, and is a member of American Medical Women’s Association and their opiate task force.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
An important component in developing collaborative practice skills is the evolution of an interprofessional identity.1 Breaking down barriers where students are asked to reflect and dialogue on their stereotypes is fundamental in developing an interprofessional identity. The challenge for educators is to understand what perceptions exist, so that appropriate and meaningful IPE experiences can be developed. There are three quantitative instruments commonly used in interprofessional research to measure stereotypes among health professional students. These instruments ask participants to rate…