PCILI is presented by the American Medical Student Association and the Student Osteopathic Medical Association
Sponsored by the Primary Care Organizations Consortium
February 13-14, 2016
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Safe, quality health care is dependent upon collaboration – physicians, nurses, physician assistants, social workers, and others dedicating themselves to improving quality in primary care settings through interprofessional teamwork.
We’re looking for students from health professional training programs including nursing, physician assistant, public health, psychology, pharmacy, social work, physical therapy, occupational therapy, dietetics, dental, and osteopathic and allopathic medical programs to participate in AMSA’s two-day Primary Care Interprofessional Leadership Institute (PCILI).
You’ll explore and engage with experts in both the theory and practice of interprofessional primary care to discover the paths into primary care and the best practices that characterize an interprofessional practice as “high-functioning” and “patient-centered.” Upon completion, you will be able to identify steps to promote and establish this model as the standard in medicine, and will have the tools to put those steps into action!
- Define and discuss primary care
- Define and discuss primary care provider roles
- Discuss the importance of advocacy for primary care
The PCILI curriculum includes interactive sessions, speakers representing a broad spectrum of health professions, and an integrative team-based experience that will challenge participants to consider how you can lead further advances and improvements in primary care.
Schedule of Events–Click here to see our schedule for the institute!
The institute will be held at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM)
4170 city avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131
Tentatively, all sessions will take place in Evans Hall on the PCOM campus.
|AMSA + SOMA Members*||$25||$35|
*SOMA members who do not belong to AMSA should contact the AMSA office (email@example.com) for member rate.
Registration fees include all membership materials, on-site activities and lunch on Saturday. Fees do not include travel and housing. All other meals except for lunch on Saturday are the responsibility of the participant.
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Waiver of Liability
Each individual attending and/or participating in this program/event assumes all risks associated with his/her attendance and participation in all on- and off -site activities that occur during this time. By registering you agree to indemnify and hold harmless AMSA, SOMA, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and its governing bodies, officers and employees from all loss, damage or liability arising out of or related to your attendance and/or participation at this program/event.
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For More Information, Contact
Alison Case, MD, Education and Advocacy Fellow, AMSA