Jami Woychesin, PhD
Instructional Designer
University of North Texas Health Science Center
Jami Woychesin, PhD has a M.S. in Telecommunications Systems Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and a B.S. in Education from Oklahoma State University. She earned her Ph.D. in Learning Technologies from the University of North Texas. Her research was focused on the effects of producing other knowledge through game-based learning. Her passion is guiding students toward self-actualization by utilizing technology as a platform to encourage problem-solving and independent thinking. Transitioning from educator and administrator within the K-12 industry almost 20 years, she now works at the University of North Texas Health Science Center as an Instructional Designer.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Objectives: Discuss the journey from inception to implementation of an IPE microcredential faculty development program. Describe the content, assessment and outcomes for successful IPE faculty development. Generate ideas, opportunities and strategies for success in IPE faculty development at a learner's own institution. Interprofessional education program success and sustainability require well trained faculty/preceptors able to effectively integrate IPE into the preclinical and clinical learning environments. Many faculty have not received formal training in IPE or team-based instruction…