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Interdisciplinary Practice

1201: RU IPE Interdisciplinary Simulation (non-medical)
1202: Advocating for the Patient in an Interprofessional Environment

1202B: Case Management of a Patient in an Interprofessional Environment

 

 

1201: RU IPE Interdisciplinary Simulation                        
This simulation was developed in collaboration with Dr. Corinne Hart and Jennifer Paterson of the Interprofessional Education Program, Faculty of Community Services, Ryerson University.

Wolcott Creek, a vibrant and diverse community, is slated for revitalization by the City of Toronto. This will entail redevelopment and reconstruction of old buildings while displacing residents, possibly a 5 –7 year project. Engaging a group of stakeholders is both necessary and challenging.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: managing group dynamics in an Interprofessional environment, conflict management, maintaining professional demeanour, collaborative problem-solving,

SIMULATOR ROLE:       Denise Switzer – principal, Central East Technology Academy

                                    Brigitte Heen – Principal, Wolcott Creek Public School

                                    Neil Leath – Architect, Leath/Purdy Architects

                                    Frank Dupont – Developer, Dupont Corp.

                                    Claire Fisher – resident of Wolcott Creek

                                    Susan Patterson – Chair of the East Wolcott Creek Ratepayers Assn

                                    Tomas Pavich – Community Police Officer

                                    Teresa Kazan – Community Development Worker                               

LEARNER ROLE:          Facilitator appointed by CMHC (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp) to run these initial meetings.                       

SETTING:                      Meeting room at Wolcott Creek Community Centre         

INFORMATION FOR LEARNERS:   This is the first meeting of the Vision and Planning Framework committee for the revitalization of Wolcott Creek. This framework will serve as the foundation document, recommend context for Wolcott Creek community and direct all future planning initiatives in the area. This work should be completed within the year

Note: Currently there are 8 simulator roles developed for the IPE simulation. If you request this simulation, you could request a smaller group or a specific role. The number of simulators could range from 1 to 8.

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1202: Advocating for the Patient in an Interprofessional Environment          

This simulation was developed in collaboration with Carolyn Loy and Debbie Gillis at Toronto East General Hospital and Tracey Dyer at Centennial College.

A woman with terminal cancer wants to die at home. She and/or her oldest daughter meet with the health care team to discuss her options.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: coordinate needs of the patient and family within scope of practice of the team members, develop/practice skills necessary to be responsive to each other’s assessment, negotiate changes in the patient care plan, ensure synthesis of interdisciplinary findings, create a comprehensive and collaborative plan of care

SIMULATOR ROLE:       Mrs. Pink, and/or her daughter Sarah

LEARNER ROLES:        a mix of any of the following: RN, RPN, Social Worker, Physician,  Speech and Language Pathologist, Chaplain, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Dietician            

SETTING:                      hospital room

INFORMATION FOR LEARNERS:  Mrs. Pink was admitted to the hospital after a fall at home. She has end stage cancer and wishes to return home as soon as possible.

 *More information available for learners upon request.

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1202B: Case Management of a Patient in an Interprofessional Environment         

This simulation was developed in collaboration with Carolyn Loy and Debbie Gillis at Toronto East General Hospital and Tracey Dyer at Centennial College.

A patient with chronic COPD was discharged from the hospital 2 days ago. He is now back following an attack but wants to go home.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: coordinate needs of the patient within scope of practice of the team members, identify and utilize overlapping scopes, increase awareness of the ways in which team members can communicate their discipline-specific perspectives clearly to others, develop/practice skills necessary to be responsive to each other’s assessment, ensure synthesis of interdisciplinary findings, create a comprehensive and collaborative plan of care

SIMULATOR ROLE:       Mr. Deck, 65

LEARNER ROLES:        a mix of any of the following: RN, RPN, Social Worker, Physician,  Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Dietician, RRT Pharmacist                    

SETTING:                      hospital room

INFORMATION FOR LEARNERS:  Mr. Deck was re-admitted to the hospital only 2 days after discharge. He has a long history of COPD and suffered exacerbation. He has been non-compliant with his medications at home and not coping well living along.

 *More information available for learners upon request.

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