Kathleen McGann, MD
Duke University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Diseases
Kathleen McGann is a medical educator and pediatric infectious diseases provider. She has been involved in medical education since 1997 and was Vice Chair of Education for Duke's Pediatrics Department for 15 years, overseeing training programs for learners and faculty development. She participated in departmental, institutional and national committees & organizations, organized educational venues, and contributed to research. As an ID physician and General Pediatric inpatient attending, she has worked with many interprofessional teams, including the outpatient HIV/ID team (with nursing, social work, nutrition, advanced practice provider, psychology, pharmacy healthcare professionals) and inpatient teams (nursing, APPs, pharmacy, dietician, among others).
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Promoting Interprofessional Education Facilitation in Clinical Settings: Teach More About Teams Online
Health professions educators can benefit from continuing education to effectively facilitate interprofessional education (IPE) in clinical settings. Virtual learning formats enable broader participation and overcome barriers to in-person events, but little data exists on the most effective platforms and methods of virtual continuing education for this purpose. We developed a 6-week interactive online program implemented in an integrated virtual learning platform (VLP) to equip participants with knowledge and skills to better facilitate IPE. The program consisted of asynchronous and…