ATBHX Reinvented Sessions 6, 7, & 8 coming 23, 24 & 29 November

Coming next week we have the last three Webinar Sessions on the 23rd, 24th, and 29th November. Register Here for your chosen Session

We have launched ATBH X Reinvented, a virtual event of webinars promoted and organised by Interprofessional.Global. The Regional and Emerging networks of Interprofessional.Global have been working collaboratively on a programme based on submitted abstracts for ATBH X in Qatar. This internationally respected IPECP Conference was unfortunately postponed to 2023 due to the Covid Pandemic.

Session Six: 23 November 2021, 0100-03.00 GMT (10.00-1200AEDST/0800-1000PHT). ASIA-PACIFIC (APIPEC) AND AUSTRALASIA (AIPPEN).Moderators: Lorraine Walker, Michael Sy, and Kathryn Siongco. Experts: Reeva Ann Sumulong, Monica Moran and Jill Thistlethwaite

Time GMT Presenter Title
01.00-03.00 Welcome and Introduction
01:05-01.25 Kate Norris, Department of Nursing, ARA Institute of Canterbury, AIPPEN, New Zealand An exploration of how registered nurse prescribers influence collaborative team practice
01.25-01.45 Naomi Sugimoto, Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care, Keio University, Japan Effectiveness of a 30-minute continuing interprofessional education (CIPE) training session for physicians and nurses: appraised by subjective and objective measurements
01:45 – 02.05 Azjargal BaataFaculty of Midwifery, Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences,Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Attitudes of health professionals toward interprofessional healthcare teams in Mongolia
02.05-02.25 Catherine Escuadra, College of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines.Department of Education, Graduate School, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Jocel Regino, Department of Education, Graduate School, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Republic of Korea. National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions, University of the Philippines Manila, Manila, Philippines

Understanding the research landscape of Interprofessional Education and collaboration via text mining
02.25-02.45 Rod Charlie Delos Reyes, College of Allied Medical Sciences, University of Batangas, Batangas, Philippines Enabling occupational justice in a community-based drug rehabilitation program through interprofessional collaboration
02:45-03.00 Open forum and discussion

Session Seven: 24 November 2021, 09.30-11.30 GMT,  Arab Speaking network & IndIPEN. Moderators: Alla El-Awaisi & Susan Waller

Time

GMT / Qtr

Presenter Title
09.30-0955 PM 12.30-12.55

 

Dr Muhammad Arsalan Zamir

Deputy Physician Lead and Consultant Family Medicine, Al Wajbah Health Centre, Primary Health Care Corporation, Qatar

‘Team Walk’: a healthy way to talk
10.00-10.25/ PM 01.00-01.25 Prof. Guillaume Alinier

Director of Research, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar

 

Undertaking projects as a multidisciplinary team-based activity to learn about Quality Improvement science in healthcare
10.30-10.55 / PM 01.30-01.55 Dr Susu Zughaier

Associate Professor of Microbiology & Immunology, College of Medicine, Qatar University, Qatar

Immunization Programs Require Interprofessional Team to Sustain High Vaccine Coverage and Community Protection
11.00-11.30 / PM 02.00-02.30  

 

Open forum and discussion

Session Eight: 29 November 2021, 09.30-11.30 GMT. Arab Speaking network & IndIPEN. Moderators: Alla El-Awaisi & Susan Waller

Time GMT/Qtr Presenter Title
09.30-0955 /PM 12.30- 12.55

 

 

Dr Ahmed Alhammadi

Deputy Chairman at Hamad Medical Corporation, Division Chief of General Academic Pediatrics at HMC and Sidra Medicine, Qatar

Effective Communication and Team Collaboration in Multicultural Health Care Environment; Challenges and Solutions
10.00-10.25 /PM 01.00-01.25 Dr Lulu Sherif Mahmood

Professor in Anesthesiology & Head of Department, Healthcare Simulation Education, Father Muller Medical College, Mangalore, Karnataka, India

Simulation based Interprofessional Education to enhance teamwork & communication skills among medical & nursing students
10.30-10.55 /PM 01.30-01.55

 

Dr Supriya Nambiar

Professor & Head, Department of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics at MCODS-Mangalore (Manipal Academy of Higher Education)

Enhancing Competencies among Health Professionals for Primary Prevention in oral health care using an Interprofessional Approach
11.00-11.30 / PM 02.00-02.30 Open forum and discussion