Primary Care Interprofessional Leadership Institute (PCILI)


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PCILI is presented by the American Medical Student Association and the Northeast Indiana Area Health Education Center
Sponsored by the Primary Care Organizations Consortium and Ball State University College of Applied Sciences and Technology

September 19-20, 2015
Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana

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Early Bird Registration Deadline: August 30, 2015.

What are the many paths into primary care? What does primary care encompass? What do high-functioning patient-centered, interprofessional primary care practices look like, and what are the best practices that characterize them as “high-functioning,” “patient-centered,” and “interprofessional”? How are the roles of the different members of the primary care team determined and defined? How, really, does interprofessional learning work, beyond the theory and into actual practice?

We are seeking students from health professions programs (nursing, physician assistant, public health, psychology, pharmacy, social work, kinesiology, dietetics, dental, osteopathic and allopathic medical) who want to participate in an interprofessional learning environment at the AMSA Primary Care Interprofessional Leadership Institute (PCILI), where you will discuss, reflect, and apply insights in answer to these questions and more. Throughout the two day event, students will engage with experts in both the theory and practice of interprofessional primary care.


Institute Objectives

  • Define and discuss primary care
  • Define and discuss primary care provider roles
  • Discuss the importance of advocacy for primary care

Designed through collaboration with experts in medical, nursing, public health, and physician assistant education, 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.

Through your participation in the PCILI, you will achieve a stronger understanding of primary care and innovations in interprofessional primary care education and practice. You’ll leave PCILI with a clearer understanding of the ways that primary care providers interact with their communities to deliver the most comprehensive, patient-centered care possible. Inspired by the experience, each participant in the Institute will be equipped with both the knowledge and the skills to implement a project at your home institution to promote patient-centered, interprofessional primary care in your community.


Tentative Schedule

Programming will take place all day Saturday (8:30am to 6:00pm) and half of Sunday (8:30am to 1:00pm).

Saturday, September 19, 2015
Time
Session
8:30am – 10:00am
Student Center 301-302
(Audience Style)
Everybody Needs Primary Care
Let’s kick off the weekend with a bold statement: this is Primary Care’s moment! Primary Care has never been more important and more critically necessary as the central approach to solving our healthcare problems and meeting the health needs of individuals and our communities. Spend this session and the next in conversation with a panel of interprofessional primary care providers, and learn about the significant challenges and even bigger opportunities in today’s and tomorrow’s practice of primary care.
10:00am – 10:15am Morning Break! (Sponsored by Ball State University’s College of Applied Sciences & Technology)
Grab a coffee, chat with one of the speakers, make a new friend
10:15am – 11:30pm
Student Center 301-302
(Audience Style)
There is no “I” in “Team”: Getting to know the Members of Interprofessional, Patient-Centered Primary Care Teams
Continue the conversation with our expert panel of primary care professionals and learn how nurses, pharmacists, mental health specialists, physician assistants, MD/DO physicians, and patients partner together to achieve coordinated care and optimal health outcomes for individuals and communities. We’ll discuss “scope-of-practice” and discover how roles and responsibilities can be distinguished through mutual respect and appreciation for the unique skills that each member brings to the team.
11:30am – 12:00pm
Tally Food Court
Lunch! (Sponsored by Primary Care Organizations Consortium)
12:00pm – 1:00 pm
and again at
1:15pm – 2:15 pm
Student Center 303
(Round Tables)
One Size Does NOT Fit All: Innovative Primary Care Models for Different Communities (Models 1, 2 & 3)
In order for Primary Care to be effective, it must be designed to meet the particular needs of the community it is intended to serve. Get to know three different models for delivering primary care: Open Door Health Services, Parkview Health, and St. Vincent Health. You’ll be amazed and inspired by the creative, simple, and smart ways to make your primary care passion be the foundation for the success of your primary care practice.
12:00pm – 1:00 pm
and again at
1:15pm – 2:15 pm
Student Center 310
(Round Tables)
One Size Does NOT Fit All: Innovative Primary Care Models for Different Communities (Models 4, 5 & 6)
In order for Primary Care to be effective, it must be designed to meet the particular needs of the community it is intended to serve. Get to know three different models for delivering primary care: Bowen Center, Marion General Hospital, and Indiana University Health. You’ll be amazed and inspired by the creative, simple, and smart ways to make your primary care passion be the foundation for the success of your primary care practice.
 2:15pm – 2:30pm Afternoon Break!  (Sponsored by Ball State University’s College of Applied Sciences & Technology)
Grab a coffee, chat with one of the speakers, make a new friend.
2:30pm – 3:45pm
Student Center 303 & 310
(Round Tables)
Let’s Innovate! The Interprofessional Primary Care Innovation Team Challenge
This is your opportunity to work in interdisciplinary teams, harnessing your collective brain power, to propose and design a primary care innovation that meets a need of a rural or medically-underserved community described in a case study. Get creative, work together, and have fun!
3:45pm – 5:00pm
Student Center 301-302
(Audience Style)
Innovative Team Challenge Presentations
Wow your colleagues and judges with dynamic, brief presentations of your primary care innovation. Enjoy the “aha!” moments and celebrate the creative power of collaborative problem solving.
5:00pm – 5:30pm
Student Center 301-302
(Audience Style)
Innovative Team Challenge Judging and Feedback
Our primary care professionals will provide their expert feedback on each team’s ideas and will name the winning idea.
5:30pm – 6:00pm
Student Center 301-302
(Audience Style)
PCILI Day 1 Debrief and Wrap-up
It’s been a long and exciting day. Let’s share our thoughts and reflections before heading out for food and fun.
6:00pm – 8:00pm Food and Fellowship
Dinner together at a local restaurant

 

Sunday, September 20, 2015
Time
Session
8:30am – 9:00am
Student Center 301-302
(Audience Style)
Morning Icebreaker and Open Discussion
Let’s kick off Day 2 of the Institute with a fun activity to get our bodies going and our minds prepped for active engagement on the day’s topics: primary care education and policy advocacy!
9:00am – 10:00am
Student Center 301-302
(Audience Style)
You’ve got to learn together before you can practice together
You’ve seen how Primary Care requires coordinated care delivery among many different healthcare professionals, working closely together and with patients. But what about students – such as yourself – how do you learn and aquire the skills necessary for effective, coordinated care? What opportunities for interprofessional education can you take advantage of? What innovations in Interprofessional Education (IPE) are being developed to enrich your formal training? Get ready, because health education is undergoing radical transformation right now!
10:00am – 10:15am Morning Break!  (Sponsored by Ball State University’s College of Applied Sciences & Technology)
Grab a coffee, chat with one of the speakers, make a new friend
10:15am – 11:15am
Student Center 303 & 310
(Round Tables)
Let’s Debate: Getting Involved in Primary Care Policy Discussions
Public or private? Government funding or small-business entrepreneurship? We all agree that achieving universal and affordable access to primary care is an important goal. Let’s talk about the different differences of how we might get there.
11:15am – 11:45pm
Student Center 301-302
(Audience Style)
Let’s Do Something! Getting involved in National Primary Care Week 2015
Every year, AMSA and other organizations celebrates National Primary Care Week in October. This is a great opportunity for you to lead a project focused on Primary Care education, awareness, and policy advocacy. We’ll discuss what you can do to be a part of this national celebration of Primary Care.
11:45pm – 12:00pm
Student Center
301-302
(Audience Style)
PCILI Wrap-up and Send-off
What an incredible weekend! Let’s take a few minutes to share our reflections, discuss what challenged our thinking, and declare our vision for the future of Primary Care.
 12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch! (Sponsored by Primary Care Organizations Consortium) & Departure

Registration

 Registration Early Bird
Jun 29 – Aug 30
Regular
Aug 31 – Sep 13
AMSA Members $49 $69
Non-Members $79 $99

 

Registration fees include all membership materials, on-site activities and lunch on Saturday and Sunday.  Fees do not include travel and housing.  All other meals except for lunch on Saturday and Sunday are the responsibility of the participant.  All activities will take place at the LA Pittenger Student Center at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.

Cancellation
AMSA events have a no refund policy. If you would like to transfer your registration to another person to attend this event, please email jsalehi@amsa.org. Registrations are not transferable to another event.

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, the Northeast Indiana Area Health Education Center, Ball State University 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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Information Release
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Hotel Options

There is a hotel within the Ball State University Student Center (location of the Institute): http://cms.bsu.edu/about/administrativeoffices/studentcenter/hotel

Other nearby hotels include:

Baymont Inn & Suites
3400 Chadam Lane / 765-284-4200

Comfort Inn & Suites  
3400 N Marleon Drive / 765-587-0294, 1-800-424-6423

 Fairfield Inn  
4011 W. Bethel Avenue / 765-282-6666, 1-800-228-2800

 Hampton Inn  
4220 Bethel Avenue / 765-288-8500

 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites  
4201 W. Bethel Avenue / 765-289-4678, 1-800-465-4329


For More Information, Contact

Alison Case, MD, Education and Advocacy Fellow, AMSA
Cathy D. Whaley, MS, MCHES, Director, Northeast Indiana Area Health Education Center, Ball State University
Jeff Koetje, MD, Director of Experiences, AMSA