Welcome to CED 400: Introduction to Collaborative Care
The Introduction to Collaborative Care course provides an introduction to the concepts of interprofessional collaborative practice preparing professionals across the health care continuum to engage in interprofessional education and practice activities during their tenure at Creighton and beyond. In this course health care professionals will gain knowledge in the Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, versed in the basics of team work in the context of health care and begin to develop skills in team-based clinical reasoning.
The program is delivered to participants using a distance education platform. Didactic lectures are electronically captured and packaged with written materials (references, case studies, self-evaluation quizzes) covering a total of 5 lessons.
Date of Review: January 2016
Date of Release: March 2016
Expiration Date: December 2017
This course is for all health care professionals interested in interprofessional collaborative practice.
Overall Educational Objectives:
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe the relevance of implementing interprofessional education and collaborative practice across health care settings.
- Articulate the roles/responsibilities of health care professionals involved in interprofessional care.
- Identify best practices for team-based collaborative health care practice.
- Engage in required preparation to possess the knowledge to implement skills for team-based collaborative health care practice.
Ignatian Values in Medical Education
- Academic Excellence
- Acceptance & Understanding of inter-religious differences
- Service to Others, especially to poor and socially disadvantaged
- Interface between faith & culture
- Education of the Whole Person: intellectual, professional, moral and spiritual
- Learning is a lifelong process
- Respect for the dignity of each human person
- Promotion of a faith that does justice
- Forming of women and men of competence, conscience, and compassion
Program Faculty (alphabetical order)
Please email the instructor listed in the module for questions regarding the module content. All emails will be returned within 48 hours Monday through Friday during normal business hours Central Time.
Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy
Ann Ryan Haddad, PharmD Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Margaret Jergenson, DDS Associate Professor of Dentistry
Anna Maio, MD Associate Professor of Medicine
Kathleen A. Packard, Pharm.D, MS, BCPS Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Karen Paschal, PT, DPT, MS Associate Professor of Physical Therapy
Meghan Potthoff, PhD, APRN Assistant Professor of Nursing
Martha Todd, PhD, APRN Associate Professor of Nursing