Heather Hageman, MBA
Director, Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
Washington University Medical Campus
Heather Hageman, MBA is director of the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education at Washington University Medical Campus. Her background is in strategic planning, program and outcomes assessment, accreditation, and project management. Hageman has more than 25 years experience in health professions education. Hageman is an Advisory Board member and Program Committee co-chair of the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative. She is committed to sharing best practices across diverse institutions. Hageman is a facilitrainer with NCCJ St. Louis, a 2010 alumna of the Greater Missouri Leadership Challenge, and the recipient of the AAMC’s Central Group on Educational Affairs Laureate Award in 2013.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Note: This event is open to all IPE institutional leaders; Nexus Summit 2021 registration is not required. Click here to join the meeting. Recognizing the needs of IPE institutional leaders, we are hosting an initial meeting to explore development of an IPE Institutional Leader Community. All IPE institutional leaders are welcomed to attend; membership in the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative (AIHC) is not necessary. We envision our purposes are to:  a) serve as a mechanism for IPE institutional leaders to gain advice and share strategies for success and overcoming…
Background The Interprofessional Standardized Patient Team Experience (SPTE) involves students and faculty from midwestern medical, occupational therapy, physical therapy, pharmacy, and nursing programs. The SPTE occurs three times during the academic year and provides the opportunity for teams comprising a mix of interprofessional students to develop a discharge plan for a standardized patient scenario. Student teams receive verbal feedback from faculty facilitators during a debriefing session at the end of the experience, but previously, there was not a way to provide written feedback to…