2022 IPEC Poster Fair

On November 29, 2022, IPEC held its second Virtual Poster Fair Showcase aimed at sharing and highlighting the research and scholarship of teams who have developed and implemented interprofessional education for collaborative practice (IPECP) projects.

A special thank you again to our faculty, clinical, and student presenters for sharing their experience and expertise and to our facilitators for helping moderate constructive and open exchanges. 40 teams from 39 different graduate and undergraduate health professions programs from across the country gave their time and resources to contribute to the showcase.

To review and explore the educational content and valuable insights shared by the presenters, download the handouts below.

Poster Winners

Below is a list of the 2022 IPEC Poster Fair Winners for each poster breakout room. To view the posters, click the compilation link above.

(1) Room 1: Faculty Engagement; Faculty Development; Facilitator Training; Capacity Building
Engaging Faculty in Interprofessional Education at the Nation’s Largest Urban Public University System presented by Patricia Simino Boyce, PhD, RN, City University of New York, New York, NY

(2) Curriculum Design; Entrustable Professional Activities; Reflective Learning
Evaluating Learning of IPEC Sub-Competencies Through Written Reflections presented by Tina Patel Gunaldo, PhD, DPT, MHS, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center at New Orleans, Center for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice, New Orleans, LA

(3) Curriculum Design; Case Studies; Self-Evaluation
Evolution of an IPE Case: An Interprofessional Approach for Large Student Cohorts presented by Radhika Aravamudhan, PhD, Salus University, Osborne College of Audiology, Elkins Park, PA

(4) Simulation-Interprofessional Education (SIM-IPE); Virtual Learning
Promoting the IPEC Core Competencies through an Interprofessional Acute Care Patient Simulation Experiencepresented by Erin Mastin, University of Toledo, School of Interprofessional Education, Toledo, OH

(5) Clinical Learning; Collaborative Practice
Changing Curricula to Increase Interprofessional Learning and Collaboration Opportunities: Results from the First Graduating Cohort presented by Robert H. Wellmon, PT, DPT, PhD, NCS, FNAP, Widener University, Institute for Physical Therapy Education, Chester, PA

(6) Diversity, Equity, Inclusion; Health Disparities; Social Determinants of Health
A Novel Approach to Interprofessional Education Using Simulation of the Project ECHO® Model presented by Nichole E. Ammon, MSEd, LPCC-S, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Department of Psychiatry, Columbus, OH

(7) Assessment; Competencies
An Evaluation of IPE Competency Attainment in the Public Library Setting presented by Gabriella Pandolfelli, Stony Brook University, Program in Public Health, Stony Brook, NY

(8) Special Topics & Research
Evaluation of EEG Responses to Sedative and Stimulative Music Using the Muse 2 presented by Amber M. Eade, PhD, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Department of Biology, Slippery Rock, PA