Beth Martin, RPh, PhD, FAPhA
Professor (CHS) & Chair Pharmacy Practice Div, Assistant Dean for Teaching & Learning
University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy
Beth Martin’s work combines her strong passion for well-designed educational programs and assessments with principles of health behavior change. Both influence her clinical practice and professional teaching where she promotes the optimal use of motivational interviewing to improve patient outcomes. Her clinical expertise is in the areas of migraine headache, tobacco cessation, and older adult medication management and fall prevention.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
The Case of the Missing Patient: Using a Virtual Role-Play Scenario to Teach Interprofessional Communication Skills
In healthcare communication, we often focus on the one-on-one relationships between patients and clinicians. Healthcare, however, is a team endeavor with many players and relationships. Clinical and social healthcare professionals learn their crafts in separate programs with sometimes very different training methods and philosophies. However, there is more overlap than differences when it comes to communication skills. At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, we created innovative learning experiences for students in Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, and Social Work to work together while…