The Center to Advance Interprofessional Education and Practice (CAIEP; formerly Center for Excellence in Collaborative Education, CECE) holds poster sessions to share the research and scholarship of student teams who participate in Interprofessional Team Immersion, Student-Led Mini-Grants, Clinical Experience, Event-Related and Service Learning community projects. The 2021 Spring session will be held Wednesday, May 5 at 12 p.m. on Facebook Live and UNE Livestream.
Aaron Ahmed, Elisabelle L. Bocal, Stephen Cheng, Shameem Fakory, Dakota Rogers, and Rezeda Zinyatullova
Presentation describing the following: Pain management and proper care for patients with chronic pain, from a student perspective, is initially conceptualized as a concern relating to physical health and well-being. Healthcare students receive education on the importance of holistic practice and the impacts of biopsychosocial dimensions of health on ... Read More
Aishwarya Ayyappan, Anna Mirianashivili, and Nicole Uhlman
Presentation discussing the following: Recognizing that during the COVID pandemic resources were scarce and both urban and rural communities were at a disadvantage, we came up with a solution of utilizing vans to deliver vaccines, testing supplies, PPE, pantry items, as well as holding safe social events directly in communities that have been marginalized during the pandemic and have seen a dramatic number of cases.
Morgan Benjamin, Nora Connors, Emily Cathey, Faye DiBella, Anna Holmblad, Victoria Mitchell, Rebecca Ocana, and Jordan Simpson
Presentation discussing the following: Based on the Interprofessional Pain Clinic experience of working on Zoom, what are the implications of the platform moving forward?
Motivational Interviewing: How Medical, Dental, OT, PA And Social Work Providers Can Work Interprofessionally To Create Holistic Treatment Teams For Patients Within Our Communities
Kristy Bernatchez, Briana Ciallela, Kelsey Hughes, Meghan McAlary, and Therese Renaud
Presentation describing following: Utilizing interprofessional skills to integrate social work, occupational therapy, dentistry, physician's assistance, and osteopathic medicine. This poster represents the use of motivational interviewing and interdisciplinary teamwork strategies to create holistic and comprehensive care for patients within the community.
Elisabelle Bocal, Sean Callagy, Michaela Myerson, William Rinaldi, and Katie Santanello
Presentation describing the following: In light of the recent pandemic, 2019-nCoV, the team developed a multi-disciplinary plan to analyze best practices in client-centered care after evaluating failed performance indicators across: (1) education, (2) public health, (3) infrastructure, and (4) mental health-- which underpins all of these. While hindsight is ... Read More
Sarah Bonica, Aliza Hanif, and Kelsey Pelletier
Research presentation discussing the following topic: Vulnerable populations through interprofessional team immersion focused on developing Telehealth and Motivational Interviewing skills to enhance the client-practitioner relationship as well as relationships between the various disciplines on patient Alex’s team.
Tamarah Brousseau, Elaina George, Marym Lakhani, and Sarah Manuels
Presentation discussing the following: An interprofessional approach to patient care improves patient outcomes and the overall success of patient visits. When assessing and treating an underprivileged individual via telehealth, an interprofessional team approach was taken utilizing students from social work, OT, DO, pharmacy, dental, and PA programs. The team ... Read More
Micaela Busack, Lesley Finneran, Shujie Lin, Ewelina Stanek, and Rebecca R. Young
Presentation exploring the following: Alex Simpson is a kind, intelligent, considerate man seeking support for challenges regarding his health and living situation. He is motivated to improve his situation but needs external support. Alex is an unemployed Caucasian male with a medical history significant for oral herpes, periodontal disease, ... Read More
Marissa Clifford-Biederman, Mariel Connolly, Wesley Covey, Jaia Hudson, Becca Kryceski, and Dorothy Enomoto
Presentation illustrating the following: With the implantation of Telehealth medicine over the past year, many have shown advantages of this method, however, most don't see behind the scenes. Working with an interprofessional team, collaboration is needed to move smoothly through these encounters. Technical difficulties, talking over each other and ... Read More
Jennifer Curran, Dakota Rogers, Brandon Thompson, and Erin Walsh
Presentation documenting the differences between normal, age-related changes in memory and thinking versus cognitive change that might be associated with diseases such as Alzheimer’s or dementia. Understanding these age-related changes is important, especially in an era of continual medical advancement that has resulted in an increase of our elderly ... Read More
Savannah Dimick, Chandler Milton, Benjamin Pastore, Priyanka Ravichandran, and Christopher Van Hare
Presentation describing the following: In this collaborative project, we analyze pre-pandemic preparation, identify failures in the US response to the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss successful pandemic response strategies in other countries, both Western and Eastern across the world. Finally we discuss equitable vaccine distribution and the role of a ... Read More
Emmeline Graham, Anna Holmblad, Kate Howard, and Valerie Nesom
Presentation describing the following: Using interprofessional collaboration, our team worked together to address the needs of our simulation patient, Alex, over the course of two TeleHealth simulation sessions. We reflected on the roles of our various professions, collaboration, and patient empowerment in the TeleHealth setting.
Lyric Jordan, Michael Gauvin, Talia Cote, and Julie Hsieh
Research presentation describing the following process: How an interprofessional team can work together to make connections with a patient through telemedicine. The essential interprofessional and telemedicine skills needed to make connections and a positive environment for the patient. What worked well and did not work well to achieve this goal.
Casey-John Keyes, Wyatt Blackstone, Bethany Gruskin, John Caswell, and Chris Eidson
Research presentation describing the following event: This was an interdisciplinary event educating and informing participants on how different health care providers can leverage their role to provide basic First Aid and Medical support to communities during civil unrest. The event was inspired by the protests following the death of ... Read More
Emily Poirier and Carly McKenna
Presentation describing the following: Cognitive change due to aging is a challenge for many community dwelling older adults. It is well documented that many factors can contribute to the progressive decline of cognition in adults over 65 years of age, including the use or combination of certain medications or ... Read More
Christine Quong, Corey Young, and Faye Zimmerman
Presentation describing the following: "Body-mapping" is an arts-based social work intervention that has been used with a wide variety of populations. We used body-mapping to express similarities and differences between the professions of social work and occupational therapy.