Client Centered Care through a Collaborative Lens to treat symptoms of Long Haul Covid

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Research poster reflecting on the benefits and challenges of interprofessional collaboration in caring for a patient dealing with long term COVID-19 via simulated Telehealth appointments. Multiple discoveries were made as different professions worked together to overcome technological and educational barriers to care for a patient diagnosed with a poorly understood and novel medical condition. Health professions Involved included: Allopathic Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Physician Assistant, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Dental Hygiene, Social Work, Physical Therapy, and Nursing.

Creation Date

Spring 2022

Disciplines

Interprofessional Education

Notes

The authors were UNE students in the following programs when this research was conducted:

Moulton, Physician Assistant; Burwell, Social Work; King, Occupational Therapy; Sideris, Dental Hygiene; Sorbello, Nursing

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Client Centered Care through a Collaborative Lens to treat symptoms of Long Haul Covid
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