Program Schedule

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Available presentations are now available for download at: https://rampages.us/ipe-symposium/presentations/

  • 8:00am: Exhibitor set up and walk-in registration begins
  • 8:30am: Pre-registered attendee check-in and poster set up
  • 9:00am: Welcome
  • 9:15am: Keynote: Building a Culture of Health in RVA: Why it takes more than just Healthcare, Danny Avula
    • This presentation will explore the value of a social determinants lens for care providers and health systems seeking to make a greater impact on long-term individual, family, and community health outcomes. In addition, Dr. Avula will offer a public health perspective on the importance of interdisciplinary care provision.
  • 10:30am: Break
  • 10:45am: Two concurrent tracks: three 20-minute morning sessions each (choose one)
    • Track A: Practice-focus

    • 10:45-11:05: DNP Led Community-Based Intervention for Custodial African-American Grandmothers in the School-Based Clinic. Ethlyn McQueen-Gibson, Virginia Commonwealth University Institute of Inclusion, Inquiry & Innovation School of Nursing – Family & Community Health.
    • 11:05-11:25: Meet Them Where They Are: Using Technology to Recruit and Engage High-Risk Community-based African-American Women in a Cardiovascular Health Behavior Intervention. Candace Johnson, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing Family and Community Health Nursing.
    • 11:25-11:45: Intercultural Health by Primary Care Teams in Indigenous Health in Brazil. Zaira Taveira, Virginia Commonwealth University Humphrey Fellowship Program, Department of Psychology.
      Track B: Education-focus

    • 10:45-11:05: The Baby Turns 20: Evaluating An Interprofessional Doctoral Program In Health Related Sciences. Diane Dodd-McCue, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Allied Health Professions Patient Counseling; Paula Kupstas, VCU Doctoral Program in Health Related Sciences; Teresa Nadder, VCU Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences.
    • 11:05-11:25: Telehealth a “Team Sport”: A New Instrument to Measure Student Performance, Karen Kott, Old Dominion University College of Health Sciences School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training; Tina Haney, Old Dominion University College of Health Sciences School of Nursing; Bruce Britton, Eastern Virginia Medical School Family & Community Medicine.
    • 11:25-11:45: Refinement of the Team Development Measure for Effective Use in Assessment of Teamwork in Interprofessional Education Activities: Phase One,Kelly Lockeman, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine Office of Assessment and Evaluation Studies; Wendy Madigosky and Janice Hanson, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus.
  • 11:45am: Networking lunch and poster presentations
  • 1:15pm: Two concurrent tracks: six 15-minute oral presentations each (choose one)
    • Track A: Practice-focus

    • 1:15-1:30: Health Brigade: Real-World Interprofessional Practice. Ari Laoch and Muriel Azria-Evans, Health Brigade.
    • 1:30-1:45: An Interprofessional Approach to Improving Social Determinants of Health: Osteopathic Medical Students as Case Manager Extenders, Alexis Stoner, Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Carolinas Campus Preventive Medicine and Public Health; Scott D. Ochs, Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Carolinas Campus; Jeff Cashman, Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Carolinas Campus; Summer Tebalt, AccessHealth Spartanburg.
    • 1:45-2:00: Harnessing Telehealth and Interuniversity Collaboration for Interprofessional Education and Care of Complex Patients: Addressing the Opioid Crisis, Rebecca Poston, Old Dominion University School of Nursing; Erica Lewis, James Madison University School of Nursing; John Owen, University of Virginia School of Nursing; Maria Gilson DeValpine, James Madison University School of Nursing.
    • 2:00-2:15: What Network Analysis Tells Us about Interprofessional Practice. Alan Dow and Elizabeth Micalizzi, Center for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Care, Virginia Commonwealth University.
    • 2:15-2:30: Visualizing the opioid overdose epidemic with a dynamic heat map to identify and predict vulnerable communities, Justin Chang, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine; Justin Chang, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine; Garrett Wong, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine; Chase Greco, Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Computer Science; Alan Dow, Center for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Care, Virginia Commonwealth University.
    • 2:30-2:45: Mapping opioid mortality rates across treatment capacity to Identify need and access, Garrett Wong, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine; Justin Chang, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine; Chase Greco, Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Computer Science; Alan Dow, Center for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Care, Virginia Commonwealth University.
      Track B: Education-focus

    • 1:15-1:30: The ASPIRE Model: Grounding the IPEC Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice within a Foundational Framework, John Owen, University of Virginia School of Nursing Center for ASPIRE; Valentina Brashers, University of Virginia Schools of Nursing and Medicine; Julie Haizlip, University of Virginia Schools of Nursing and Medicine.
    • 1:30-1:45: Mindfulness for Healthcare Professionals: A Long-Term Follow-Up and Mixed-Methods Investigation of an Interdisciplinary Course. Sarah Braun, Virginia Commonwealth University College of Humanities and Sciences Department of Psychology; Caroline Carrico, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry; Andrew Harris, Virginia Commonwealth University; Patricia Kinser, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing.
    • 1:45-2:00: Enhancing the Interprofessional Workforce, Beth Quatrara, University of Virginia, School of Nursing Acute and Specialty Care; Holly Rector, University of Virginia School of Nursing.
    • 2:00-2:15: Building the Mental Health Workforce Trained in Integrated Care Models, Kaprea Johnson, Old Dominion University College of Education Counseling and Human Services; Jeffrey Moe, Old Dominion University; Kimberly Tufts, Old Dominion University.
    • 2:15-2:30: An Ethics Healthcare Team Challenge: An Interprofessional Opportunity for Bio-Medical Ethics Education. David Trinkle, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Interprofessionalism; Chris Pile, VTC School of Medicine Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine, Carilion Clinic; David Musick, VTC School of Medicine; Richard Vari, VTC School of Medicine
    • 2:30-2:45: Culinary Health Programs: A perfect setting for the delivery of IPEC Core Competencies, David Trinkle, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Interprofessionalism; David Musick, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; Wilton Kennedy, Jefferson College of Health Sciences.
  • 2:45pm: Break
  • 3:00pm: Emerging Leaders Panel
    • Malek Bouzaher, BS, MS, Second Year Medical Student, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTCSOM)
    • Kimberly D. Davis, MS, RN, CNE, Clinical Assistant Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Nursing
    • Allison Baylor Williams, MS, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student, Department of Clinical Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University College of Humanities and Sciences

    Recognized Emerging Leaders:

    • Sarah Braun, Clinical psychology doctoral student, Department of Clinical Psychology, VCU College of Humanities and Sciences
    • Caitlin Broome, Third year pharmacy student, VCU School of Pharmacy
    • Lauretta Cathers, Faculty, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling, VCU School of Allied Health Professions
    • Holly Rector, Doctor of nursing practice student and cardiac clinician. University of Virginia School of Nursing
  • 3:45pm: Closing remarks, awards, and recognition
  • 4:00pm: Symposium is concluded