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All Together Better Health X Reinvented – Video Archive

ATBH X Reinvented, a virtual event of webinars promoted and organised by Interprofessional.Global. The Regional and Emerging networks of Interprofessional.Global worked collaboratively on a programme based on submitted abstracts for ATBH X in Qatar, an IPECP which Conference was unfortunately postponed to 2023 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The available video recordings of the sessions are posted here, the complete abstract book is available at this link: https://interprofessional.global/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/ATBHX-abstracts-v.2.pdf

Session One: 13 October 2021

Sponsors: AfriPEN, CAIPE, IP-Health, & NipNET, Moderators & Experts: Richard. Pitt, Marion Huber and Alison Power

Elisabeth Schmidt (Dorothea Erxleben Learning Hub, Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany)

Do you want to play with me? – A party game as a formative assessment in interprofessional education

Basira Kankia Lawal (Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Management, Kaduna State University, Nigeria)

Together for patient safety: healthcare professionals’ perceptions of safety culture in public health facilities in Kaduna State, Nigeria

Elisabeth Schmidt (Dorothea Erxleben Learning Hub, Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany)

Development and piloting of an interprofessional lecture for students of dentistry and allied health professions

 

Session Two: 20 October 2021

Sponsors: AfriPEN, CAIPE, IP-Health, & NipNET, Moderators & Experts: Richard Pitt, Liz Anderson, Melissa Owens and Andreas Xyrichis

Mustafa Mohamed (Near East University, Turkey)

Readiness of Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Management in Health Professions (the impact on learners and practitioners)

Saira Hussain (Department of Audiology, College of Health and Life Sciences Birmingham, UK)

Interprofessional Learning between Audiology and Pharmacy Students: More than ‘just’ ears and drugs

Birgit Wershofen (University Hospital, LMU Munich, Germany)

Interprofessional Teaching in Healthcare: an interprofessional Graduate Programmein Germany (ILEGRA)

Session Three: 27 October 2021

Sponsors: AfriPEN, CAIPE, IP-Health, & NipNET, Moderators & Experts: Richard Pitt, Elize Pietersen, Johanna Dahlberg, and Alison Powers

Gert Ulrich, Hermann Amstad, and Sylvia Kaap-Fröhlich (Careum Education Management, Careum Foundation, Zurich, Switzerland)

Action on the Future of Interprofessional Education in Switzerland

Gérard Filies (Faculty of Community and Health Sciences, Interprofessional Education Unit, University of the Western Cape, South Africa)

The development of an interprofessional education model using a design-based research method.

Gert Ulrich (Careum Foundation, Department of Education Management, Zurich, Switzerland) and Anthony Breitbach (Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, USA)

Interprofessional collaboration in international sports science & sports medicine –an international cross-sectional survey

Gabriele Vilanova (PhD Student King’s College London, United Kingdom)

Professors perceptions about patient safety teaching in an interprofessional education experience

Session Five: 29 October 2021

Sponsors: AIHC, CIHC, & REIP, Moderator & Expert: Marie-Andrée(Maggie) Girard

Cynthia Smith (Camosun College, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)

Creating a culture of interdisciplinary health education in a college setting

Priscilla Horta (Faculty of Community and Health Sciences, Interprofessional Education Unit, University of the Western Cape, South Africa)

Education through Work for Health Program: a view of medical students from Amazonas on the practice of interprofessionality

Session Six: 23 November 2021

Sponsors: APIPEC, & AIPPEN, Moderators: Lorraine Walker, Michael Sy, and Kathryn Siongco, Experts: Reeva Ann Sumulong, Monica Moran, and Jill Thistlethwaite

Kate Norris (Department of Nursing , ARA Institute of Canterbury, New Zealand)

An exploration of how registered nurse prescribers influence collaborative team practice

Naomi Sugimoto (Faculty of Nursing & 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

Azjargal Baatar (Faculty of Midwifery, Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)

Attitudes of health professionals toward interprofessional healthcare teams in Mongolia

Catherine Escuadra (University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines; Ehwa Woman’s University, Seoul, Republic of Korea)

Understanding the research landscape of Interprofessional Education and collaboration via text mining

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

Session Seven: 24 November 2021

Sponsors: Arab Speaking network, & IndIPEN, Moderators: Alla El-Awaisi & Susan Waller

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

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

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

Session Eight: 29 November 2021

Sponsors: Arab Speaking network, & IndIPEN, Moderators: Alla El-Awaisi & Susan Waller
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

Lulu Sherif Mahmood (Professor in Anesthesiology & Head of Department, Healthcare Simulation Education, Father Muller Medical College, Mangalore, Karnataka)

Simulation based Interprofessional Education to enhance teamwork & communication skills among medical & nursing students

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