General Medicine CI Meeting and Continuing Education Presentation: Promoting clinical reasoning in complex medical environments: Feb 27, 2018

Tami Phillips, PT, DPT, MBA

Tuesday February 27, 2018
5:30 – 8:30 pm
(Following the Clinical Instructors Meeting 4:00 – 5:30 pm)
Emory School of Medicine
James B. Williams Medical Education Building, Room 130
1648 Pierce Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322
Emory University
.3 CEUs

COURSE SCHEDULE

4:00 – 5:30 pm
**CI Meeting**

5:30 – 8:30 pm
Presentation & Light Dinner

**Before this course begins at 5:30pm in the James B. Williams Medical Education Building room 130, there is a meeting for ONLY Emory General Medical Conditions Clinical who are taking a PT student during the Spring 2018 semester. Use the link below to register for both the CI Meeting and the CEU course. **

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT

Emory University or Healthcare Employee: Free
Current or Recent Emory DPT CI or CCCE (2013-2018): Free
Current Emory, Select or VNHS Employee: Free
Unaffiliated Physical Therapist: $40

Cash or check payments for “Unaffiliated Therapists” will be taken at the door on the day of the course. Checks should be payable to “Emory University.” Upon request, an emailed receipt will be sent after the course.

Registration Deadline:

Friday, February 23, 2018, 12:00 pm

Registration Link: https://form.jotform.com/80255687684167

 

Interprofessional Simulation Conference November 14-15, 2017

The 2nd Interprofessional Simulation conference , a joint effort with the Emory University, Division of Physical Therapy, the SOM, the SON, the PA program and EHC was held on Nov. 14-15 on the Emory campus. The conference organizers collaborated using the premise of simulation-based learning both in academic and in situ (at the bedside) to improve patient focused care and safety. One hundred and twelve individuals including guest speakers attended the conference coming from as far as Hawaii to Massachusetts. The attendees represented academic faculty as well as health care practitioners in the areas of physical therapy, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistants, physicians, occupational therapists and speech therapists. The attendees represented both academic institutions and clinical practice/healthcare. 15 guest speakers represented an interprofessional panel of experts from the University of Buffalo, Northeastern University, Drexel University, University of Miami, University of Minnesota, Emory University and Emory Healthcare. Participant discovery and scholarly work was represented by 24 posters selected by a peer-reviewed process, displayed at the conference. Several exhibitor/vendors also participated.

The Day 1 program focused on 6 key aspects of interprofessional simulation:

  • the why and how of interprofessional simulation as well as communication;
  • simulation across the continuum: moving from student to clinician;
  • the importance of incorporating the patient and family;
  • the art of the debrief;
  • measurement of skill and competency: determining proficiency;
  • scholarship and discovery: striving for excellence.

Day 2 focused on hands on group activities for development of assessment tools and scenarios for the interprofessional simulation. Day 2 was held at the Emory Center for Experimental Learning (ExCEL) highlighting both the Simulation Center and Clinical Skills Center.

Dr. Teddy Potter

Dr. Teddy Potter 1# Keynote Speaker: the Why of Simulation.

Day 1 Session 3

Day 1: Session 3 – Putting the Patient and Family in Interprofessional Simulation. Sharlene Toney RN Facilitator, Pam Cosper RN, JoBeth Nicoll PFA, David Carpenter RN

Day 2

Day 2: Building the interprofessional simulation scenario. Dr. Patricia Ohtake Facilitator & Sandy Ockers OA

Reception

Reception. Keynote speaker- Jill Morgan RN and planning committee: Lisa Marie Wands, Jade Cruz, Sharlene Toney, Jill Morgan, Sandy Ockers, Kathy Lee Bishop

Marie Johanson, PT, PhD, to receive the Emory University School of Medicine Dean’s Teaching Award.

Marie Johanson, PT, PhD, Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist was selected to receive the Emory University School of Medicine Dean’s Teaching Award for the academic year 2016-2017. The award recognizes superior teaching of medical and allied health professional students, the dedication and skill in teaching, and mentoring students in the classroom and the clinic. Dr. Johanson will receive the award at the Faculty Recognition Reception along with the fellow awardees.

Emory University receives $4.5 million in USAID!

Emory has received a $4.5 million four year grant from USAID to establish the profession of Physical Therapy in the country of Georgia. The grant will be used to establish a PT training center in the Emory Kobaladze Learning Center in Tbilisi, and to establish a clinic in Tbilisi and Batumi, the second largest city on the Black Sea. The grant will also help to establish a network of clinics throughout the country. Currently, Georgia has no nursing homes or other similar facilities to treat patients with strokes, amputations, motor vehicle accidents, landmine injuries, dementia and Parkinsonism. These patients are cared for by caregivers at home. The grant will be to train these home caregivers. The use of Information Technology to improve the quality of life of the disabled people will be explored. Following the lead of a group in the US., Tbilisi State Medical University is an important partner of the grant. They will supply the clinical facilities in Tbilisi and will be involved in the teaching process. The Emory group includes Dr. Archil Undilashvili, MD MPH MBA MHA FACP from the Emory School of Medicine as Chief of Party, Zoher Kapasi, PT, PhD, MBA and Marie Johanson, PT, PhD, Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist from the Division of Physical Therapy, Gordon Churchward, PhD. from the Dean’s office and Kenneth Walker, MD, from the Department of Medicine.

Emory team visited Tiblisis State

The Emory team visited the Tiblisi State Medical University in Georgia.

Celebrating student accomplishments

Emory University students recognized at the Foundation for Physical Therapy’s events at the 2017 NEXT Conference for their dedication and support to the foundation!

The Foundation for Physical Therapy presented Emory University’s PT Program with Honorable Mention for their fundraising efforts through the 2016-2017 VCU-Marquette Challenge. Honorable Mention is awarded to schools who show dedication to the Challenge by raising $3,000 or more.

Physical therapist and physical therapist assistant students from across the country were recognized for their fundraising efforts through the 2016-2017 VCU-Marquette Challenge at APTA’s NEXT Conference and Exposition in Boston, MA on June 22nd. Top fundraising schools were announced during the Challenge Awards Luncheon co-hosted by Marquette University and sponsored by Performance Health. Students also received recognition during the Foundation’s 2017 Boston PT Party. Students from 146 schools raised $340,986 to support physical therapy research. There was a record number of returning schools from last year’s “The List,” almost doubling retention to 70%.

Mercer University took top honors, winning first place and naming rights for the next Challenge by raising $45,220. The 2017-2018 Mercer-Marquette Challenge kicks off at the National Student Conclave in Portland, Oregon on October 19th.

About the Foundation for Physical Therapy

The Foundation for Physical Therapy was established in 1979 as a national, independent nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality and delivery of physical therapy care by providing support for scientifically based and clinically relevant physical therapy research and doctoral scholarships and fellowships.

Over the past 38 years, the Foundation has awarded more than $17 million in research grants, fellowships, and post-professional doctoral scholarships to more than 590 emerging scientists. Foundation-funded researchers have gone on to receive an estimated $753 million in external funding from the National Institutes of Health and other sources. Many of today’s leading and emerging physical therapist researc

Richard Nichols Named Honorary APTA Member

T. Richard Nichols, PhD, became an honorary member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) on June 21 by a unanimous vote of the APTA House of Delegates. Nichols is an internationally recognized scholar whose research has contributed to the advancement of scientific knowledge related to the control of movement. Per the proclamation proposing his honorary membership, Nichols has been “a stalwart advisor” to the association and to academic programs “that teach future physical therapists and advanced physical therapist clinicians.”

Dr. Edelle Field-Fote

Dr. Edelle Field-Fote shares her thoughts on Dual Degree programs.

Dr. Edelle Field-FoteAn article from Nature on careers with Dual Degree programs. Edelle Field-Fote, PT, PhD, FAPTA, program director of the dual DPT/PhD program shares her thoughts. Read more.

Zoher Kapasi, PT, PhD, MBA wins the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Allied Health Professional Health Care Hero Award!

Zoher Kapasi

Zoher Kapasi, PT, PhD, MBA wins the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Allied Health Professional Health Care Hero Award! This award honors leaders in health care who are influential in the metro Atlanta area. Dr. Kapasi was nominated for this award by Jonathan S. Lewin, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs; Executive Director, Woodruff Health Sciences Center; President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board, Emory Healthcare. Read more.

Lena Ting

Dr. Lena Ting’s research on Flamingos published in Biology Letters gains media attention

Lena TingDr. Lena Ting’s research on Flamingos and the implications of their one-legged stance on balance published in Biology Letters has garnered considerable media attention! NPR  The Atlantic