Virtual patient care: an interprofessional education approach for physician assistant, physical therapy and occupational therapy students.

Abstract:

:The purpose of this retrospective qualitative case report is to describe how a case-based, virtual patient interprofessional education (IPE) simulation activity was utilized to achieve physician assistant (PA), physical therapy (PT) and occupational therapy (OT) student IPE learning outcomes. Following completion of a virtual patient case, 30 PA, 46 PT and 24 OT students were required to develop a comprehensive, written treatment plan and respond to reflective questions. A qualitative analysis of the submitted written assignment was used to determine whether IPE learning objectives were met. Student responses revealed three themes that supported the learning objectives of the IPE experience: benefits of collaborative care, role clarification and relevance of the IPE experience for future practice. A case-based, IPE simulation activity for physician assistant and rehabilitation students using a computerized virtual patient software program effectively facilitated achievement of the IPE learning objectives, including development of greater student awareness of other professions and ways in which collaborative patient care can be provided.

journal_name

J Interprof Care

authors

Shoemaker MJ,Platko CM,Cleghorn SM,Booth A

doi

10.3109/13561820.2014.891978

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2014-07-01 00:00:00

pages

365-7

issue

4

eissn

1356-1820

issn

1469-9567

journal_volume

28

pub_type

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