Alicia Bolden, DMedSc, MPH, PA-C
Duke University Physician Assistant Program
Alicia Bolden earned a Doctor of Medical Sciences from the University of Lynchburg in 2019, a Master of Public Health from Nova Southeastern University in 2016, and a Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Florida in 2005. She is a licensed and certified PA and currently works as an Assistant Professor at the Duke University PA Program.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
The complexity in caring for older adults necessitates interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP). To enhance competence in geriatrics and IPCP, a team comprised of MD, NP, PA, and DPT students provided annual wellness visits (AWV) and follow-up visits for older adults in a half-day hybrid telehealth/in-person clinic over 4-to-21-week blocks with direct interprofessional (IP) faculty observation with a focus on mobility, mentation, medications, multi-complexity, and what matters most to patients (the 5Ms). Student evaluation tools included: (1) pre-post self-assessed readiness for IPCP (…