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6th Annual Geneva R. Johnson Forum on Innovation in Physical Therapy Education

Sep 17, 2019

8:00 am – 10:00 am

6th Annual Geneva R. Johnson Forum on Innovation in Physical Therapy Education – PART I: Building Leadership Resilience: The Role of the DPT Graduate in Leading Healthcare Teams

Moderator – Barbara A.  Tschoepe, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA, President, Physical Therapy Learning Institute, CO

Transforming Relationships to Meet the Needs of Patients and Care Providers

Jody Hoffer Gittell, PhD (Professor, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University), will kick-off the GRJ Forum with the ELC keynote address.

Keynote Overview: The healthcare sector is experimenting with new care delivery models that require higher levels of coordination among professionals and with patients. At the same time, an increasingly diverse healthcare workforce is looking for more satisfying ways of working together. Relational coordination - coordinating work through shared goals, shared knowledge and mutual respect - can help to meet both of these needs.  In this keynote you will learn how relational coordination drives patient outcomes and professional well-being, how organizations can build relational coordination, and how you can implement relational coordination in your own work as care providers and leaders.

Following Dr. Gittell’s address, Janice Kuperstein, PT PhD (Associate Dean for Faculty & Clinical Engagement, U. of Kentucky College of Health Sciences), April Newton, PT DPT, MA, FNAP (Director, Interprofessional Practice Development, Interprofessional Practice and Education Center, Indiana U.) and Amy Smith, PTA (Regional Director of Operations, Restore Therapy) will each offer a 5-minute IGNITE response to challenge or offer unique suggestions on how to apply Dr. Gittell’s key messages from the academic administrator, faculty and clinician perspectives.

 

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

6th Annual Geneva R. Johnson Forum on Innovation in Physical Therapy Education – PART II: Building Leadership Resilience: How to prepare DPT Graduates to Lead Healthcare Teams?

Moderator – Caroline Goulet, PT, PhD, FNAP, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX

Esteemed colleagues Jody Frost, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA, FNAP,  Zoher Kapasi, PT, PhD, MBA, FAPTA and Terry Nordstrom, PT, PhD, FAPTA will add their perspective and engage the audience in a discussion about how to move these ideas forward in physical therapy education and practice.

 

Teaser: Outcomes of a recent relational coordination intervention at the University of Washington's Regional Heart Center are reported in Abu-Rish Blakeney, E., Lavallee, D. C., Baik, D., Pambianco, S., O’Brien, K. D., & Zierler, B. K. (2018). Purposeful interprofessional team intervention improves relational coordination among advanced heart failure care teams. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-9.

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6th Annual Geneva R. Johnson Forum on Innovation in Physical Therapy Education

Sep 17, 2019

8:00 am – 10:00 am

6th Annual Geneva R. Johnson Forum on Innovation in Physical Therapy Education – PART I: Building Leadership Resilience: The Role of the DPT Graduate in Leading Healthcare Teams

Moderator – Barbara A.  Tschoepe, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA, President, Physical Therapy Learning Institute, CO

Transforming Relationships to Meet the Needs of Patients and Care Providers

Jody Hoffer Gittell, PhD (Professor, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University), will kick-off the GRJ Forum with the ELC keynote address.

Keynote Overview: The healthcare sector is experimenting with new care delivery models that require higher levels of coordination among professionals and with patients. At the same time, an increasingly diverse healthcare workforce is looking for more satisfying ways of working together. Relational coordination - coordinating work through shared goals, shared knowledge and mutual respect - can help to meet both of these needs.  In this keynote you will learn how relational coordination drives patient outcomes and professional well-being, how organizations can build relational coordination, and how you can implement relational coordination in your own work as care providers and leaders.

Following Dr. Gittell’s address, Janice Kuperstein, PT PhD (Associate Dean for Faculty & Clinical Engagement, U. of Kentucky College of Health Sciences), April Newton, PT DPT, MA, FNAP (Director, Interprofessional Practice Development, Interprofessional Practice and Education Center, Indiana U.) and Amy Smith, PTA (Regional Director of Operations, Restore Therapy) will each offer a 5-minute IGNITE response to challenge or offer unique suggestions on how to apply Dr. Gittell’s key messages from the academic administrator, faculty and clinician perspectives.

 

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

6th Annual Geneva R. Johnson Forum on Innovation in Physical Therapy Education – PART II: Building Leadership Resilience: How to prepare DPT Graduates to Lead Healthcare Teams?

Moderator – Caroline Goulet, PT, PhD, FNAP, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX

Esteemed colleagues Jody Frost, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA, FNAP,  Zoher Kapasi, PT, PhD, MBA, FAPTA and Terry Nordstrom, PT, PhD, FAPTA will add their perspective and engage the audience in a discussion about how to move these ideas forward in physical therapy education and practice.

 

Teaser: Outcomes of a recent relational coordination intervention at the University of Washington's Regional Heart Center are reported in Abu-Rish Blakeney, E., Lavallee, D. C., Baik, D., Pambianco, S., O’Brien, K. D., & Zierler, B. K. (2018). Purposeful interprofessional team intervention improves relational coordination among advanced heart failure care teams. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-9.

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