Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
at Washington University Medical Campus

Upcoming Events

 

Diversity Week 2018: Be Aware of your Unaware, to be held the week of Sept. 10-14, is intended to help those in the field of health care understand the impact of health disparities and how biases influence the delivery of care. This week will feature guest speakers, panel discussions, a diversity fair and other related events. Click here for more details about the event. 

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Reel Talk: The Color of Medicine
5 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. (Discussion: 7 p.m.)
Thursday, September 13
SLCH-Third Floor Auditorium

colorofmedicine.jpgA wonderful opportunity for anyone interested in Homer G. Phillips, and the history of St. Louis, race, and healthcare!

This presentation of Reel Talk is being sponsored in conjunction with Diversity Week 2018: Be Aware of your Unaware.

“Reel Talk” Promotes Diversity & Inclusion within the Hospital System

Reel Talk, a film series in its second year, is sponsored by SLCH’s Diversity and Inclusion department to increase knowledge of cultural competencies within the hospital system in order to better serve patients, families and employees. Presented quarterly, Reel Talk opens with a movie that provides a framework for a discussion on issues of diversity and inclusion. 

The next screening is The Color of Medicine: the Story of Home G. Phillips Hospital, that relives a moment in St. Louis history with trailblazers, Dr. Mary A.T. Tillman, pediatrician, Dr. Garey Watkins, ophthalmologist and Richard W. White, a registered nurse, who will lead a discussion on issues touched on in the documentary.

We hope you will join us for our next Reel Talk. It is free to attend for internal and external guests (parking passes are available for external guests who park in the SLCH garage. Popcorn and snacks are served. To help us with a head count, RSVP to Letitia.Slack@bjc.org

 

Community Outreach and Engagement: Developing meaningful partnerships to reach your goals
If you are interested in community-engaged research but unsure whether it is appropriate for your work, join us on September 27, 2018 from 8:30 am - 12:30pm. The conference will feature examples of community-engaged research from a variety of perspectives. For more information and to register, click here

 

Inclusion Institute for Healthcare 

In the IIH, we explore how the groups we belong to shape our experiences, how we see the world, and how this can impact our work with and care for others. For instance, when working with people from different groups, many people find it difficult to communicate effectively, which can contribute to the quality of care provided. Through a proactive approach, participants develop skills to communicate effectively, while addressing health disparities and enhancing cultural sensitivity.

The IIH includes a three day retreat followed up with two days where we develop plans for establishing more inclusive policies, procedures, and cultures in healthcare and our communities. The three day retreat is Sept 26, 27, and 28 (room and board are included at the Stoney Creek Hotel). And the two follow up days are on Nov. 14 and 15 also to be held in in Columbia (location to be announced0. This program normally costs $3,500 for all five days but due to generous funding from the Missouri Foundation for Health we are able to offer it for only $100. We hope you or your colleagues are able to take advantage of this exceptional discount. Please pass this on to anyone else you think would be interested.

Registration and more details can be found here

 

Mindful Medicine and Compassionate Care: Antidotes to Burnout
Thursday, September 27, 2018
3:30pm - 5:30pm
EPNEC, WUSM

For more information and to register: cme.wustl.edu

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Faculty Workshop: Integrating the Arts into a Health Professions Curriculum

RSVP here (space is limited)

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12th Annual Multidisciplinary Research Conference
October 17, 2018, 7:30am - 4:00pm.
Eric P. Newman Education Center at Washington University Medical Center 

Keynote Speakers: Angelleen Peters-Lewis, PhD, RN & Gammon Earhart PT, PhD
Click here for conference registration and abstract submission.

Abstract submission deadline- August 17, 2018. 
Click here to visit the Department of Research for Patient Care Services to view projects presented at last year’s conference and for more information.

 

IPE in Your Clinical Practice
Tuesday, Nov. 13, 4-6 p.m.
(Networking reception from 6-7 p.m.)
St. Louis College of Pharmacy - Academic and Research Building
A practical, active and fun workshop providing tips on how health care providers can impact the culture of practice settings by intentionally integrating interprofessional learners into processes of care.

Register in advance here.

Midwest Universities for Global Health Conference
Thursday, December 6th, 5:00pm - 9:00pm: Film Festival
Friday December 7th, 7:30am- 4:00pm: Conference and Poster Session
Goldfarb School of Nursing, Goldfarb Hall

Save the date, more details to be announced. Poster session abstract submission by July 1st, 2018. 

Conference co-hosted by Sigma, Goldfarb School of Nursing and the Institute of Public Health. 

 

Trauma Informed Care

Tuesday, December 11th, 4:00pm - 6:00pm; networking reception 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Goldfarb School of Nursing

Research shows that adverse events and stress, particularly persistent, toxic stress or traumatic incidents, lead to disease. Learn more about how incidents and stress can affect your patients/clients and members of your health care team. 

Register here.

IPE 101: Facilitating Interprofessional Small Group Facilitation

Friday, January 11, 8:00am - 4:00 pm

Washington University School of Medicine - Farrell Learning and Teaching Center

Participants will learn about the IPE competencies and the emerging CIPE longitudinal curriculum, implicit bias and the stereotypes of professions, the culture of teams, and facilitation and debriefing skills. This is meant to be a foundational workshop which will be supplemented by our monthly workshop series on specific skills.

Register here.

 

IPE 201: Managing Challenging Scenarios in Interprofessional Small Group Facilitation

Tuesday, February 19th, 4:00pm - 6:00pm; networking reception 6:00pm - 7:00pm 

St. Louis College of Pharmacy - Academic and Research Building

Learn about how different conflict management styles and strategies for facilitating interprofessional teams through challenging situations 

 Register here.