Renee Hodgkins, PhD, MT(ASCP)
DCLS Program Director/Assistant Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center
Dr. Renee Hodgkins is the DCLS Program Director and assistant professor at the University of Kansas Medical Center where she teaches Hematology, Advanced Hematology and professional development. Her research is focused on integrating CLS students into interprofessional education (IPE) and the development of the DCLS locally and nationwide. She also serves as the ASCLS DCLS Oversight committee chair and as the vice chair of the NAACLS Doctoral Review Committee.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Evaluating the Impact of Interprofessional Education on Workforce: Recruitment, Collaborative Practice, and Culture
Introduction: Assessing the impact of interprofessional education (IPE) on health systems is needed. Objective: To assess the impact of IPE at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) on workforce recruitment, collaborative practice, and culture through a mixed-methods analysis of responses from graduating students, new alumni, residency program directors (RPDs), and employers.Methods: Voluntary participants included graduating health professions students, alumni, RPDs, and employers of KUMC graduates. Data were collected through surveys and focus groups that were administered yearly…
Interprofessional education is a mutually beneficial dynamic, benefiting both the learner and the individual facilitating the learning opportunity. Facilitating an interprofessional (IP) program allows the facilitator the opportunity to reflect on how they can improve teaching team-based delivery of care, model their teaching to their practice, improve communication, and discover avenues for personal growth. In 2014 the University of Kansas Medical Center began a required three-level Foundations of Interprofessional Collaboration (FIPC) program incorporating TeamSTEPPS® concepts for all…
Pandemic Pandemonium: Pivoting a Large-scale, Multi-event Foundations of Interprofessional Collaboration Program.
Objectives: By the end of today's seminar, the learner will be able to: Construct a virtual IPE event using the same learning objectives as a face to face event Describe how to prepare facilitators with training to use zoom and interactive online skills Compare and contrast the assessment of the event in the virtual and face to face formats While the pandemic taught us many things, it provided a need to deliver interprofessional education content in a virtual platform. For our Foundations of interprofessional collaboration program (FIPC), it required the pivot of 3 large scale events (…