This past November, Waters College of Health Professions (WCHP) faculty lead an hour-long workshop on how health professions faculty at Georgia Southern University developed and implemented interprofessional learning activities through the years at the International Society for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conference in Kelowna, Canada.
Shaunell McGee, MHA, Debra Hagerty, DNP, Yvonne Dillon, M.Ed., and Janet Buelow, Ph.D., discussed their interprofessional work in various community settings and simulations conducted in WCHP labs.
“Our work was well-received with universities in the United Kingdom, and they are interested in having their students join in on our next virtual case discussion or ground rounds,” stated Buelow.
Faculty involved in offering Georgia Southern students with diverse competency-based interprofessional learning opportunities in their courses include the following:
- Debra Hagerty, DNP, School of Nursing
- Janet Buelow, Ph.D., Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology
- Shaunell McGee, MHA, Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences
- Yvonne Dillon, M.Ed., Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences
- Steve Patterson, Ed.D., Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology
- Paula Tillman, DNP, Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology
- Myka Bussey-Campbell, Ph.D., Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences
- B.J. Newell, M.Ed., Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health