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Institute Location: The institute will be held at the Hyatt Dulles, 2300 Dulles Corner Boulevard, Herndon, VA 20171 near the Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).
Institute Times: The Institute will begin at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, May 5, 2014. Therefore, participants should arrive the afternoon or evening of Sunday, May 4, 2014. The institute will conclude at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 7, 2014.
Hotel Confirmation: IPEC will be placing hotel reservations for attendees. Each approved attendee will receive an individual hotel confirmation e-mail closer to the institute date.
General Session: Attendees will be meet in the Luray Ballroom (lobby level) at the Hyatt Dulles.
Check-in/Check-out Times: Participants may check-in at the Hyatt Dulles beginning at 3:00 PM on Sunday, May 4. Check-out begins at noon on Wednesday, May 7.
Parking: Complimentary outdoor self-parking is available during your stay.
Transportation: There are several transportation options to and from the institute hotel.
To/From Dulles International Airport:
The Hyatt Dulles offers a complimentary Dulles Airport hotel shuttle for transportation to and from Dulles International Airport (IAD). The drop off and pick up points at the airport will be at curbs 2A and 2H. The complimentary shuttle runs every 30 minutes from 5:15 AM until 12:30 AM. The shuttle leaves the hotel at the :15 and :45 of every hour and the shuttle picks up at Dulles International Airport (IAD) at the top ( :00) and bottom ( :30) of every hour. Taxis from IAD or Super Shuttle from IAD to the Hyatt Dulles cost approximately $15 each way.
To/From Reagan National Airport:
Reagan National Airport (DCA) is located approximately 40 minutes from the Hyatt Dulles hotel and is not metro accessible. Taxis from DCA (approximately $68 each way) or Super Shuttle from DCA (approximately $30 each way) are available.
Wireless Internet: Complimentary internet access will be available in guestrooms, general session room (Luray Ballroom), and in the hotel lobby.
Meals: Breakfast, breaks and lunch during the institute will be provided. Participants will be responsible for dinner and any additional meal or beverage charges. If you have any known food allergies or dietary restrictions, fill out the online form for special requests at https://aacn.wufoo.com/forms/may-2014-ipec-institute-special-diet-request. Dietary requests must be received no later than Monday, April 21. With prior knowledge, we will make every effort possible to accommodate reasonable requests.
The IPEC® Institute Planning Committee looks forward to welcoming your team to the IPE 101 Faculty Development conference in May. To help optimize your planning time onsite and orient conference speakers/planners to the goals and needs of team participants, please note that the six question pre-institute survey is due no later than Tuesday, April 15.
Team organizers must complete the survey on behalf of the team as a whole, with team input as necessary, regarding 1) team development goals, 2) perceived institutional needs, 3) your anticipated IPE project, and 4) current IPE curricula offerings.
In order to generate a team specific survey, please open the survey link provided, complete at least one question (ex., institutional name) and click SAVE. This will generate a unique URL that will return you to your individual survey for subsequent sessions and can be forwarded to other members of your team or staff to work on. It is important to make note of the URL generated the first time you SAVE so that you can return to where you left off.
Survey URL: https://surveys.aamc.org/se.ashx?s=7C7E87CB683C9CE1
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
The survey should not take more than 15 minutes to complete online. The submission deadline is April 15. Once we have received your completed survey, a report of your responses will be sent back to the team to use as a starting resource for your work at the May 2014 Institute.
Please note that we are taking every measure possible to ensure this conference is as green as possible. As such, the institute will not provide copies of any speaker presentations on site so we encourage you to print those that are available online.
Additionally, there will be Wi-Fi available in the Luray Ballroom which will enable participants to view the presentations on a laptop, tablet, or mobile device.
Note: We are only able to provide materials where the presenter has given their approval for us to do so. Any presentations missing from the list below were not authorized for release.
Please check this page periodically for updates.
In order to prepare for the upcoming faculty development institute, please read the materials below. These resources are meant for the audience to become familiar with interprofessional education. We encourage all participants to read these articles prior to May 4 and to bring copies of the articles to the institute.
Abu-Rish, Erin, Sara Kim, Lapio Choe, Lara Varpio, Elisabeth Malik, Andrew A. White, Karen Craddick, Katherine Blondon, Lynne Robins, Pamela Nagasawa, Allison Thigpen, Lee-Ling Chen, Joanne Rich, and Brenda Zierler. "Current Trends in Interprofessional Education of Health Sciences Students: A Literature Review." Journal of Interprofessional Care 26 (2012): 444-51.
Salas, E., Rosen, M.A., Burke, C.S., Goodwin, G.F., & Fiare, S. (2006). The making of a dream team: when expert teams do best. In K.A. Ericsson, N. Charness, P.J.
Feltovich, and R.R. Hoffman, (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance (pp. 439-453). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Englander, Robert, Terri Cameron, Adrian J. Ballard, Jessica Dodge, Janet Bull, and Carol A. Aschenbrener. "Toward a Common Taxonomy of Competency Domains for the Health Professions and Competencies for Physicians." Academic Medicine 88.8 (2012): 1088-094.
Clinical Microsystem Assessment Tool
Julie K. Johnson, MSPH, PhD, November 2001. Revised 2/21/2013.
Team Measurement Tool
Mitchell, P., M. Wynia, R. Golden, B. McNellis, S. Okun, C.E. Webb, V. Rohrbach, and I. Von Kohorn. 2012. Core principles & values of effective team-based health care. Discussion Paper, Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC. www.iom.edu/tbc.
MedEdPORTAL Directory and Repository of Educational Assessment Measures (DREAM) collection
Faculty Development Resources in Interprofessional Education
Curran et al., (2010). Interprofessional Collaborator Assessment Rubric.
Copyright © 2010 by Academic Health Council.
List of Helpful Articles to Read
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