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4th Annual Heartland Interprofessional Education Conference - Elevating IPE: Bridging Clinical and Community

Description

This year's theme of Elevating IPE: Bridging Clinical and Community brings together health care and community professionals, educators and students to share knowledge and build skills to improve patient and client outcomes. Join us for this valuable conversation so we can learn from diverse perspectives and experiences.

This conference will highlight trends in interprofessional education and collaborative practice, facilitate participants' knowledge and skill set acquisition, and affirm attitudes focused on improving outcomes for clients, patients, health care and community professionals, and populations.

Event Dates:

July 27-28, 2022
All sessions will take place via Zoom

Cost to Attend:

$100 - Professionals
$50 - Students
$75 - Discounted rate per person for groups of 5 individuals from the same institution

Continuing Education Credits:

10 CE Hours

Abstract Submissions

The 4th annual Heartland Interprofessional Education (HIPE) Conference intentionally seeks to include a broader array of individuals. Not only do we encourage health care professionals to submit abstracts, but we are especially interested in recruiting more people that represent a variety of roles and perspectives in the community. As such, those of you who represent public health, the humanities, social services, education, legal, clergy, library, non-profit, and other community-based disciplines are encouraged to submit a proposal. Our updated categories reflect our desire to bridge the clinical and community arenas, while at the same time looking at the critical role that social determinants of health play in our efforts to address and better support patient and client needs.

Instructions

The 2022 Heartland Interprofessional Education Conference provides an opportunity for health care and community professionals, educators and students to share knowledge, build skills, develop professionally, and form collaborative relationships. Abstracts should represent original work in the areas of interprofessional practice, education or research. Submissions from a wide array of academic, health care and community professionals are encouraged.

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines interprofessional education (IPE) as an experience that “occurs when students from two or more professions learn about, from and with each other” (WHO, 2010).

Abstracts should be submitted in at least one of the following presentation categories:

  • Oral presentation (30 minutes): A presentation describing important interprofessional research, or innovations in curriculum, assessment, policy or practice.
  • Workshop (60 minutes): Interactive sessions focused on the participants, who can expect to develop practical skills and/or gain useful knowledge as a result of their participation.
  • Poster (Thursday only): Poster presentations provide an opportunity for authors to share and discuss the results of their work with conference attendees and address the same topic categories as oral presentations. Poster presentations may represent works-in-progress.
  • Presenters will be required to register and attend the conference. Submission of an abstract represents author consent to the recording, publishing and/or distribution of the presented content through electronic, written or printed means.

Please Note These Important Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: Tuesday, February 22, 2022
  • Notification of acceptance will be made after: Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Abstract Guidelines

Abstracts must be submitted under one of the following categories:

  • Community Approaches to Improving Client Outcomes
  • Clinical Approaches to Improving Patient Outcomes
  • Addressing Social Determinants of Health
  • Curricular Innovation
  • Assessment
  • Leadership/Administration

Abstracts should follow these requirements:

  • The title is limited to a maximum of 10 words
  • The abstract is limited to a maximum of 500 words
  • The abstract synopsis used for publication purposes is limited to a maximum of 100 words
  • Session learning objectives should align with the educational approach and be appropriate for the time allotted

Consider the following questions when preparing your abstract.

  • Does the abstract clearly state the project's aim (i.e., a research question, theoretical issue, or problem)?
  • Is the significance of work clearly stated?
  • If relevant, are the methods, data collection, and analysis procedures well-designed and appropriate to the question addressed?
  • Are the conclusions justified in relation to the data and/or analysis/description?
  • Is the abstract written clearly and organized well?

Date and Time

Thursday, July 27 to Friday, July 28 2023
Add to Calendar 20230727T000000Z 20230728T235900Z America/Chicago 4th Annual Heartland Interprofessional Education Conference - Elevating IPE: Bridging Clinical and Community <p>This year's theme of <strong>Elevating IPE: Bridging Clinical and Community</strong> brings together health care and community professionals, educators and students to share knowledge and build skills to improve patient and client outcomes. Join us for this valuable conversation so we can learn from diverse perspectives and experiences.</p> <p>This conference will highlight trends in interprofessional education and collaborative practice, facilitate participants' knowledge and skill set acquisition, and affirm attitudes focused on improving outcomes for clients, patients, health care and community professionals, and populations.</p> <h2>Event Dates:</h2> <p>July 27-28, 2022<br /> All sessions will take place via Zoom</p> <h2>Cost to Attend:</h2> <p>$100 - Professionals<br /> $50 - Students<br /> $75 - Discounted rate per person for groups of 5 individuals from the same institution</p> <h2>Continuing Education Credits:</h2> <p>10 CE Hours</p> <h3>Abstract Submissions</h3> <p>The 4th annual Heartland Interprofessional Education (HIPE) Conference intentionally seeks to include a broader array of individuals. Not only do we encourage health care professionals to submit abstracts, but we are especially interested in recruiting more people that represent a variety of roles and perspectives in the community. As such, those of you who represent public health, the humanities, social services, education, legal, clergy, library, non-profit, and other community-based disciplines are encouraged to submit a proposal. Our updated categories reflect our desire to bridge the clinical and community arenas, while at the same time looking at the critical role that social determinants of health play in our efforts to address and better support patient and client needs.</p> <h3>Instructions</h3> <p>The 2022 Heartland Interprofessional Education Conference provides an opportunity for health care and community professionals, educators and students to share knowledge, build skills, develop professionally, and form collaborative relationships. Abstracts should represent original work in the areas of interprofessional practice, education or research. Submissions from a wide array of academic, health care and community professionals are encouraged.</p> <p>The World Health Organization (WHO) defines interprofessional education (IPE) as an experience that “occurs when students from two or more professions learn about, from and with each other” (WHO, 2010).</p> <h3>Abstracts should be submitted in at least one of the following presentation categories:</h3> <ul> <li>Oral presentation (30 minutes): A presentation describing important interprofessional research, or innovations in curriculum, assessment, policy or practice.</li> <li>Workshop (60 minutes): Interactive sessions focused on the participants, who can expect to develop practical skills and/or gain useful knowledge as a result of their participation.</li> <li>Poster (Thursday only): Poster presentations provide an opportunity for authors to share and discuss the results of their work with conference attendees and address the same topic categories as oral presentations. Poster presentations may represent works-in-progress.</li> <li>Presenters will be required to register and attend the conference. Submission of an abstract represents author consent to the recording, publishing and/or distribution of the presented content through electronic, written or printed means.</li> </ul> <h3>Please Note These Important Dates</h3> <ul> <li>Abstract submission deadline: Tuesday, February 22, 2022</li> <li>Notification of acceptance will be made after: Tuesday, March 8, 2022</li> </ul> <h3>Abstract Guidelines</h3> <h4>Abstracts must be submitted under one of the following categories:</h4> <ul> <li>Community Approaches to Improving Client Outcomes</li> <li>Clinical Approaches to Improving Patient Outcomes</li> <li>Addressing Social Determinants of Health</li> <li>Curricular Innovation</li> <li>Assessment</li> <li>Leadership/Administration</li> </ul> <h4>Abstracts should follow these requirements:</h4> <ul> <li>The title is limited to a maximum of 10 words</li> <li>The abstract is limited to a maximum of 500 words</li> <li>The abstract synopsis used for publication purposes is limited to a maximum of 100 words</li> <li>Session learning objectives should align with the educational approach and be appropriate for the time allotted</li> </ul> <h4>Consider the following questions when preparing your abstract.</h4> <ul> <li>Does the abstract clearly state the project's aim (i.e., a research question, theoretical issue, or problem)?</li> <li>Is the significance of work clearly stated?</li> <li>If relevant, are the methods, data collection, and analysis procedures well-designed and appropriate to the question addressed?</li> <li>Are the conclusions justified in relation to the data and/or analysis/description?</li> <li>Is the abstract written clearly and organized well?</li> </ul> Virtual

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