Peggy Ursuy, PhD, MSN, MA, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Michigan
Dr. Ursuy is a pediatric nurse practitioner with a clinical background in pediatrics, OB, and adult med/surg and over 25 years of experience in nursing. In addition to her current nursing practice, she has worked in the areas of case management, protection of human subjects review committee, and general management. Her most recent work has been in the area of interprofessional education and simulation, particularly in developing and coordinating the nursing aspect of team-based training. Dr. Ursuy is interested in the concepts of health promotion and transition involving children and adolescents; specifically those with neurodevelopmental disabilities and autism.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Cohort Differences in the Impact of an Online Introductory Experience on Student Attitudes About Interprofessional Education
The impact of introductory experiences on student attitudes about IPE has been demonstrated in a variety of institutional settings and health science professions. Typically, the effectiveness of IPE experiences has been assessed within a single cohort. The aim of this study was to investigate the potential effect of cohort on student attitudes about IPE following an online introductory IPE course delivered to different student cohorts. At the University of Michigan, an introductory online IPE course was delivered to students in 10 health science schools in Fall 2018 (n=993) and Fall 2019 (n…