Collaboration in Participatory Medicine: A Case Study in Building Bridges Between Clinicians and Pat

Track: Research

Session Number: 2028
Date: Tue, Sep 26th, 2017
Time: 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

Description:

Collaboration has become a standard in the workforce; successful collaborations in medical education are no different. However, collaborations can be very effective and successful or they can go horribly wrong, causing the collaborators to steer away from future collaborations. Successful collaborations should serve as a beacon. During this session, we will explore the benefits of collaboration and key building blocks to establishing successful collaborations using a recent educational initiative in IPF. The session will also highlight success indicators throughout the timeline. The organizations involved in this collaboration include: The Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning, ArcheMedX, Inc., the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, and ProPatient. Each contributing organization leveraged their key strengths to produce a three-part educational initiative focused share-decision making.
Session Type: Case Based Learning

Learning Objective 1: Identify key characteristics of an ideal partners for your organization
Learning Objective 2: Review guidelines for establishing roles and responsibilities when entering a new collaborative educational initiative
Learning Objective 3: Discuss the levels of data produced and how best to incorporate into a comprehensive report
Session Type: Case Based Learning

Learning Objective 1: Identify key characteristics of an ideal partners for your organization
Learning Objective 2: Review guidelines for establishing roles and responsibilities when entering a new collaborative educational initiative
Learning Objective 3: Discuss the levels of data produced and how best to incorporate into a comprehensive report