Nexus Summit Student Posters

Welcome to the Virtual Interprofessional Student Poster Session in the Nexus Summit 2020! You may view all posters below. Please note that each poster has three elements:

  • Poster video presentation
  • Poster PDF
  • Comments section

We encourage you to view the poster PDFs and video presentations below. You may interact with poster presenters by clicking on the name of the poster, and adding a comment to the blue comments section at the bottom of each poster page. Poster presenters will be checking their comments sections frequently throughout the meeting to respond to your questions and comments.

The American Interprofessional Health Collaborative will be awarding one exemplary student poster the Outstanding Student Poster award during the National Center plenary session on August 20, at 3:45 p.m. EDT.

 

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There is a gap in the academic literature evaluating the long-term impacts of student outcomes post-engagement in high fidelity simulation interprofessional education (IPE) experiences. The authors sought to investigate student perceptions of interprofessional skills after engagement in a simulation experience during the 2018-19 academic year and post-engagement in similarly focused simulation experience one year later. The research question investigated was "do 3rd-year medical students…
An increasing complexity of medicine requires an interprofessional team approach. Countless studies have shown the merits of interprofessionalism, though relatively few have analyzed interprofessionalism through a gendered lens. Of those that have, some have found no difference between men and women as they relate to interprofessional skills/attitudes, while others have suggested that women view interprofessionalism more positively than men. No large studies were found comparing…
Background: A student-faculty run clinic is an educational volunteer experience coordinated by students under the guidance of licensed faculty. This unique clinical environment provides a setting to link education to practice by giving direct patient care and gaining exposure to leadership, procedural skills and system-based practices(1). Current literature primarily focuses on the medical students’ education(2), but leaves a gap in the discussion of the effect on the experience of…
Feedback is an important aspect of clinical medical education. To be effective and actionable, feedback should be specific,(1,2) although several studies have shown that in practice this is often not accomplished.(3-5) In addition to physician feedback, medical learners are likely interested in(6) and can benefit from(7) interprofessional feedback. While two recent studies have analyzed interprofessional feedback given to medical students, they did not do so in the context of 3rd and 4th…
Background: Interprofessional barriers negatively impacted the delivery of coordinated services and quality of care in a public health nurse (PHN) and licensed alcohol drug counselor (LADC) Collaborative serving chemically dependent pregnant women in a rural county of Minnesota. The aim of this quality improvement (QI) project was to reduce collaboration barriers for the PHN and LADC Collaborative through implementation of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) TeamSTEPPS team…
Background/Purpose: Medical simulations and training have been used to educate medical students and professionals since the early 1950s (1,2). Numerous studies on graduate level medical education have shown the benefit of using high-fidelity simulations to enhance and facilitate patient care, medical knowledge, practice-based learning, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism and systems-based practice (3,4,5). There is little literature regarding student-run simulations…
Louisiana ranked sixth in birth rates among women 15-19 years old in the U.S. in 2016. Louisiana residents ages 15-24 account for 50% of all new STDs while representing only 25% of the state's sexually experienced population. Reproductive health education has been shown to improve reproductive health outcomes. The aims of this study were to improve reproductive health knowledge among adolescents in the New Orleans community and to improve interprofessional collaboration and confidence in…
Background: Atlanta Interprofessional Student Hotspotting (AISH) is a student-run volunteer organization that partners with Grady Health System (Grady) to enable multidisciplinary student teams to engage in non-clinical care for high-need, high-cost (HNHC) patients. HNHC patients have had greater than or equal to 5 emergency department visits or greater than or equal to 2 inpatient admissions at Grady in the previous 12 months due to greater than or equal to 2 decompensated chronic…
Background: Preclinical medical students infrequently have the opportunity to engage with interprofessional colleagues and learn their roles and responsibilities. Early interprofessional education (IPE) can help students in their transition to the clinical learning environment (CLE). This study aimed to assess the impact of an IPE experience on first-year medical students’ understanding of PT and OT, and intentions to incorporate both into future care plans.   Methods: First-…
Background: Medical providers demonstrate weight bias (WB) to varying degrees, which negatively impacts quality of care and patient outcomes. WB is defined as the “negative weight-related attitudes, beliefs, assumptions and judgments toward individuals who are overweight and obese”. WB develops early in medical education, yet there are few established WB healthcare training programs. The objective of this study was to provide an interprofessional education (IPE) simulation activity,…