Heather Thompson Buum, MD
University of Minnesota
Dr. Heather Thompson Buum is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota. She is board certified in General Internal Medicine and has been practicing in academic medicine for 20 years. Her teaching roles include Human Health and Disease course director, small group facilitator for Essentials of Clinical Medicine, and Internal Medicine lead for IMPACT (Interprofessional Minnesota Primary Care Team). She supervises Internal Medicine residents in their Continuity Clinic as well medical students on a Primary Care elective. Current areas of research interest include curriculum development of interactive learning, mentoring in academic medicine, and improving primary care training.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
An Interprofessional Pivot: Converting a Team-based Ambulatory Care Workshop from in Person to Virtual and Lessons Learned
Learning Objectives: Describe a successful model of virtual teaching interprofessional concepts of teamwork and communication skills at the post-graduate level. Recognize the potential benefits of presenting interprofessional content on a virtual platform, and factors that influenced the decision to continue virtually rather than canceling the workshop Evaluate how learner perceptions of the virtual workshop compared to the in-person iteration via survey data. Discuss how the virtual workshop can be modified/adapted to achieve desired interprofessional competencies at your home…