Primary Care Interprofessional Leadership Institute (PCILI) Schedule of Events


Schedule of Events

More information on speakers and location coming soon!

 

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Time Session
8:30am – 8:50am Welcome and Introductions
8:50am – 10:00am Everybody Needs Primary CareSpeakers:

Charmaine Chan, D.O.

Instructor of Family Medicine, PCOM

Scott Glassman, Psy.D.

Associate Director of the MS Program in Mental Health Counseling

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. And the best way to deliver that care is via the synergy of interprofessional teams. Hear about the revolution towards this cooperative model and how we can harness teamwork to improve care.

10:00am – 10:15am Morning Break!Grab a coffee, chat with one of the speakers, make a new friend
10:15am – 11:45pm There is no “I” in “Team”: Getting to know the Members of Interprofessional, Patient-Centered Primary Care TeamsMarc Campolo, PT, PhD, SCS, ATC, CSCS

Associate Dean of Interprofessional Education, Chair of the Department of Physical Therapy, and Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at USciences

Wendy W. Fox, MOT, OTR/LAssistant Professor of Occupational Therapy at USciences

Hiele Hodnett, MSW

Lankenau Medical Center

Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D.–clinical psychologist, Clinical Lead, Super-Utilizer Programs, Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program

Katherine Mahon, MD–family physician, Hot-Spotting and Super-Utilizer Fellow, Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program/Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Kimberly McGuinness, ANP-C–nurse practitioner, Hot-Spotting and Super-Utilizer Fellow, Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program/Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Lisa Doherty, RN, MSN–nurse case manager, Crozer Connections to Health Team, Crozer-Keystone Health System

In this “round robin” style session you’ll have the opportunity to discuss a clinical case from all perspectives as you rotate between nurse practitioners, mental health specialists, MD/DO physicians, physical and occupational therapists, and social workers. Hear how all these professions 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.

11:45am – 12:30pm Lunch
12:30pm – 1:30 pm One Size Does NOT Fit All: Innovative Primary Care Models for Different CommunitiesIn 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 different models for delivering primary care in your community. 

Panelists:

-Suzanne Cohen, MPH, PCMH-CCE

The Health Federation of Philadelphia

-Jena Saporito Fisher, PhD
Philadelphia Department of Health
-Gable, OMS-II and Adam Kardon, OMS-II

PCOM Student Run Clinic

-Crozer-Keystone Health System Team

1:30 pm – 1:50 pm Afternoon Break!Grab a coffee, chat with one of the speakers, make a new friend
1:50pm – 3:00pm Let’s Innovate! The Interprofessional Primary Care Innovation Team Challenge

Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D.–clinical psychologist, Clinical Lead, Super-Utilizer Programs, Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program
Katherine Mahon, MD–family physician, Hot-Spotting and Super-Utilizer Fellow, Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program/Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Kimberly McGuinness, ANP-C–nurse practitioner, Hot-Spotting and Super-Utilizer Fellow, Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program/Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Lisa Doherty, RN, MSN–nurse case manager, Crozer Connections to Health Team, Crozer-Keystone Health System

This is your opportunity to work in interdisciplinary teams, harnessing your collective brain power, to propose and design a primary care innovation that meets the needs of an under-served community! We’ll work with professionals from the Crozer Keystone Center to approach a case and find innovative solutions.Get creative, work together, and have fun!

3:00pm – 3:45pm Innovative Team Challenge Presentations and DiscussionEnjoy the “aha!” moments, provide feedback, and celebrate the creative power of collaborative problem solving. Let’s keep the discussion going!
3:50pm – 4:45pm OMT WorkshopPCOM Faculty

Rowland Hall

Take this opportunity to experience an important tool in primary care!

Lead by PCOM Students and Faculty

4:45 pm–5:00 pm PCILI Day 1 Debrief and Wrap-upIt’s been a long and exciting day. Let’s share our thoughts and reflections before heading out for food and fun.

*Followed by optional dinner together at a local restaurant

 

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Time Session
8:30 am – 8:45 am Arrival and Open Discussion
8:45 am – 9:00am Morning IcebreakerLet’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 – 9:50am You’ve Got to Learn Together Before You Can Practice Together–The Shared Medical Appointment Model and Inter-professional EducationScott Glassman, Psy.D.

Associate Director of the MS Program in Mental Health Counseling

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? We’ll discuss how you can advocate for bringing this important perspective to your home institution.

9:50 am – 10:15am Morning BreakGrab a coffee, chat with one of the speakers, find a new partner for local coalition building!
10:15am – 10:45am Advocacy in Primary Care–Interprofessional Teams to Make Change!Dr. Walter Tsou

Join a local physician who leads a coalition of healthcare professionals working on improving access to primary care in Philadelphia to discuss the importance of teamwork in advocacy and changing policy to improve patient care and access.

10:45am – 11:45pm Advocacy Skill Session–Transforming Knowledge into ActionDr. Walter Tsou

Dr. Alison Case, AMSA Education and Advocacy Fellow

Learn about meeting with your elected officials and how we use these meetings to make change!

More info coming soon!

11:45pm – 12:00pm PCILI Wrap-up and Send-offWhat 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.

 

For More Information, Contact

Alison Case, MD, Education and Advocacy Fellow, AMSA