Judi Schack-Dugre, PT, DPT, MBA, EdD
Director of Clinical Education
University of Florida
Judi Schack-Dugré, PT, DPT, MBA, EdD currently holds an academic appointment at the University of Florida in the Department of Physical Therapy as the DIrector of Clinical Education. Dr. Schack-Dugré completed her Doctor of Education degree with an emphasis in interprofessional online education of health professionals. She has developed interprofessional curriculum for both pre- and post- licensure students from multiple health professions in resident and online delivery modalities. She has been and continues to be a champion of interprofessional education and collaboration for the betterment of a global society! She has co-authored a textbook chapter on evidence in IPE and is currently co-authoring a manuscript on online delviery of IPE scheduled for publication later this year. She has presented on this topic in international and national conferences.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

This talk presents a model for assessing the efficacy of interprofessional education (IPE) pedagogies across post-professional students’ degree pathways. The model includes initial assessment benchmarks, course-based installations, mid-program assessments, and final assessment benchmarks at graduation. Examples of signature IPE assignments and assessment tools will be shared, alongside an overall glimpse of the curriculum mapping across programs that supports the model. Connections will be made between the IPE assessments and work-place readiness for interprofessional collaborative practice.…
The proposed session addresses the evaluation of learners utilizing survey research methodology common in interprofessional education. The collection of beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors using the pre-post survey methodology may be a flawed approach to assessing the impact of interprofessional education, thereby adding to the inconsistent findings in the literature to date. Interprofessional education has yet to be widely adopted by health professions educators and health systems, as the current findings do not support its effectiveness.  This session will postulate on why the historical data…