Olivia Anderson, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Michigan
Dr. Liv Anderson is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Nutritional Sciences (NS) Department at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Her research and practice focus on Interprofessional Education and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. She has a specific emphasis surrounding the: 1) implication of the public health discipline to interprofessional education, practice, and care and 2) development and evaluation of lactation education training aimed to reduce health disparities and promote population health. Additionally, it is imperative to innovate teaching strategies that match the needs of learners in this 21st century of higher education and to ensure faculty have resources to do so. Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, she pilots and evaluates novel teaching strategies to create inclusive classrooms effective for public health students to master competencies expected of them in the workforce.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Learning Objectives: The learner will... Understand details of a specific model for implementation of a patient advisor-centered framework for student IPE learning and evaluation Evaluate the value-added of authentic patient-advisor engagement in IPE learning for students, academic institutions and patients as well as potential barriers Apply this model of patient engagement in IPE to individual systems and settings and leave the session with a beginning plan of next steps for application of this model in their setting/community Seminar description Existing literature describing…
Virtual Longitudinal Interprofessional Family-Based Experience: Model Framework with Learner & Patient Outcomes
Background Previous IPE interventions have been limited to one-time/short-term experiences due to the feasibility of planning and cost-effectiveness. Few reports on introductory experiential learning exist leaving questions on the best format and outcome measures; hence, LIFE was developed. LIFE is a virtual longitudinal experiential approach to prepare early learners outside of the classroom with a foundation of the socioecological model(SEM) and social determinants of health(SDH). Learners collaboratively explored the impact of the patient/family’s interface with the health-system and…