Telehealth Work in Progress Training for UME/GME/Nursing education/other health professional educational students in telehealth practice Incorporate telehealth into Medical School and Nursing School curricula Continue to partner with other schools across Grounds including the Healthy Appalachia Institute at UVA Wise to develop interdisciplinary educational opportunities in telehealth Develop models of inter-professional telehealth practice Continue to train certified telehealth technologists across the Commonwealth Collaboration with the newly established (through the Provost’s office) University wide Telehealth Student Interest group Research in telehealth, clinical outcomes and technology development Grant funding Presentations and publications Access to patient education and care using telehealth Expand and evaluate sites and services offered for access to care via telehealth (currently 128 sites, 45 clinical services) High risk obstetrics Women’s health Mental health services Diabetes education/nutrition Stroke Screening for diabetic retinopathy Evaluate remote patient monitoring for chronic disease management Preventing readmissions to hospital Value and Outcomes Telemedicine/Telehealth presentation to Virginia Healthcare Leadership Retreat, by Karen S. Rheuban, M.D., Director, UVA Center for Telehealth - August 21, 2015 Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (Center for ASPIRE) Work in Progress Training for all levels of nursing and medical trainees (undergraduate, graduate and residency) as well as faculty and practicing clinicians in the delivery of IP team-based care.: Incorporate interprofessional education into Medical School and Nursing School curricula Develop and assess new models of interprofessional team-based care in the UVA Health System Train faculty and clinicians to develop, implement and assess interprofessional education and team training. Support faculty and student-initiated interprofessional experiences in skill building, compassionate care, and service to patients and families, the community, the state, and the nation. Partner with other schools across Grounds including the Schools of Engineering and Business Research in interprofessional education, faculty development and clinical outcomes. The Center for ASPIRE continuously seeks to develop, implement and assess new models of interprofessional education and care delivery (external funding to date = approx. $2 million): Creating a Culture of Safety: The University of Virginia Curriculum for Interprofessional and Education for Patient Safety and Quality Improvement. (HRSA) Train-the-Trainer interprofessional Faculty Development Program (T-3 FDP) (Macy Foundation) Design of an Interactive Virtual Patient & Provider Platform for Interprofessional Teamwork Objective Structured Clinical Examinations. (Ivy Foundation Biomedical Innovation Fund) Bridging the Gap: Developing, Implementing, and Assessing the Impact of Innovative Undergraduate Interprofessional Education (IPE) Experiences Based on Collaborative Care Best Practice Models. (Macy Foundation) Value and Outcomes Training and research disseminated to health professionals and faculty in Virginia, nationally and internationally Interprofessional Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Training Graduate nursing students and medical residents receive intensive training in team-based quality improvement and patient safety initiatives for individuals (including veterans) with multiple chronic conditions Clinical teams receive Continuing Interprofessional Education to create, implement and assess patient safety and quality improvement initiatives in the UVA Health System and in other healthcare delivery institutions across the state and nation ASPIRE delivers innovative interprofessional education products such as the Owen Continuing Interprofessional Education Process Planning Guide which supports clinical educators in creating high-quality continuing education programs, and the No Room for Error Toolkit used to train teams to discover real and potential patient care safety risks. Train the Trainer Interprofessional Faculty Development Program (T3 FDP) The UVA Center for ASPIRE is one of three national sites for IPE faculty and clinician development through the T3 FDP initiative. The goal of this program is to develop interprofessional educator and clinical teams' ability to promote and facilitate collaborative leadership, interprofessional education, and interprofessional collaborative practice. As a required part of the program, participants implement new interprofessional training initiatives at their own institutions, and many choose to create their own train the trainer programs thus exponentially increasing the number of faculty and clinicians trained to deliver interprofessional education and team-based care Leadership Partners In Healthcare Management (LPHM) LPHM is codirected by Ken White PhD, NP and June West EdD, and represents a new partnership between the UVA School of Nursing and the Darden School of Business The goal of this program is for physician-nurse pairs to hone their interprofessional teamwork and leadership skills to implement more compassionate, efficient, and cost effective approaches to care delivery. The ASPIRE Center provides the second of six modules entitled: Developing and Leading Interprofessional Teams which trains clinical leaders to develop high-performing inpatient and outpatient teams that can engage in more effective communication and care coordination. Student interprofessional education programs in the UVA Schools of Nursing and Medicine The Center for ASPIRE directs and mentors numerous interprofessional education activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing and medical students In addition to delivering basic knowledge and skills training for team-based care, ASPIRE supports activities that provide direct service to the community through service learning activities such as the iSERVE Student-Run Free Clinic for underserved individuals. Doctoral student mentorship ASPIRE participates in the training of both PhD and Doctor of Nursing Practice students toward their emergence as clinical leaders for implementing high-quality team-based care Examples of mentored doctoral projects include new models of team-based care, goals of care planning, team-based palliative care education, and enhanced resuscitation outcomes Speaker Series ASPIRE has been privileged to host some of the most respected and widely known scholars, clinicians and leaders in interprofessional education and team-based care Recent speakers include Dr. Scott Reeves, Dr. Malcom Cox, and Dr. Barbara Brandt Publications in peer reviewed journals 2012 – 2015 The ASPIRE faculty team has published 13 articles in peer reviewed journals in the past 3 years including articles focused on: State-of-the -science approaches to interprofessional education design and assessment Interprofessional education to enhance team based care in the areas of end of life care, transitions in care for Alzheimer patients, improved sepsis recognition and care, and preoperative screening of geriatric patients. State, national and international presentations 2014-2015 The ASPIRE team has given forty seven scholarly presentations in just the past 2 years including: Consultation and presentations to governmental agencies and the Institute of Medicine Dissemination of state-of-the-science knowledge to major healthcare delivery organizations, hospital and health professions organizations, academic centers, and community stakeholders.