Jonathan Duellman, PT, DPT
Assistant Professor - Physical Therapy Assistant Program
St. Catherine University
Dr. Jonathan Duellman is a physical therapist and faculty in the physical therapy department at St. Catherine University. Dr. Duellman is an instructor in the physical therapist assistant (PTA) program and a member of the interprofessional education evaluation committee at St. Catherine University. His education includes a Doctor of Physical Therapy (2015) and then completing an orthopedic physical therapy residency (2016) at Creighton University. He is interested in physical therapy education, interprofessional education, and innovation in education. Since joining the faculty in 2018, Jon has enjoyed implementing innovative teaching strategies in PTA coursework.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

The purpose of this presentation is to share the development of an evaluation framework for Interprofessional Education (IPE) using the RE-AIM Model (Glasgow et al., 1999). This session aligns with the theme of Innovations in Interprofessional Learning and the request for evaluation work. As the IPE movement has grown, there have been calls to develop effective evaluation processes (Blue et al., 2015). Unfortunately, there has been little progress in sharing IPE evaluation best practices (King & Violato, 2021). What has been shared largely focuses on single IPE experiences (e.g., Reeves…