5 – Competence Workshop

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TYPES OF COMPETENCE WORKSHOPS

Patient case/interview 
Participating in interprofessional teams, students will be presented with one paper case and one live patient. Students are tasked with creating a comprehensive care plan in the form of a “concept map” for each case. Students will base their concept map on information in the written document for the paper case. For the live patient, the patient will give a short talk about themselves then teams will be allowed to ask questions of the patient for any clarifications before creating the concept map.  Teams will then have small group and large group discussions to review the plans they came up with and how they may or may not differ.

Functional Anatomy
Case based workshop where students participate in interprofessional teams to create a comprehensive care plan in the form of a concept map. Students will have access to written case information as well as lab work, screenings, and anatomical scans to examine. Students MUST bring a laptop to this event in order to access the documentation.

Pandemic Flu
Case based workshop where students participate in interprofessional teams to create a comprehensive collaborative plan to manage a pandemic crisis scenario. Students will be assigned specific roles on their team to represent a hospital crisis team. Each team must come up with a plan to handle the crisis scenario based on the information provided. A committee chair will also be assigned to help develop a collaborative plan to address the key considerations to address the pandemic crisis.

Professional Wellness (temporary description)
“The quality and safety of patient care, and indeed the very vitality of our health care systems, depend heavily on high-functioning physicians. Yet recent data have revealed an extraordinarily high — and increasing — prevalence of physician burnout, defined as emotional exhaustion, interpersonal disengagement, and a low sense of personal accomplishment. There is compelling evidence that burnout negatively affects patient care, therefore healthcare professionals need to learn tools to create their optimal state of physical, mental, and social well-being.” NEJM

Financial Wellness (Spring 2020)
Description coming soon