Shoshana Sicks, EdD
Director, Curriculum & Administration
Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Practice & Education
Shoshana Sicks is Director of Curriculum and Administration for the Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education at Thomas Jefferson University. Her experience in higher education administration includes interprofessional education, curricular affairs, program and curriculum development and management, admissions and student services. Her recent work focuses on higher education mergers and teamwork, communication, and patient safety curricular innovations and evaluation. Shoshana holds an AB in Spanish from Bowdoin College, an EdM in higher education administration from Harvard University and a EdD in higher education from University of Pennsylvania.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Learning objectives: Compare and contrast facilitation of interprofessional versus uniprofessional learners Examine how your biases influence your interprofessional facilitation skills. Practice facilitation skills for application in a variety of settings, including didactic and simulation. Discussion of how we will address the summit theme (Innovations in IPE in the classroom) and subtheme (faculty development): Strong facilitation skills are an essential component of an educator’s toolbox. Many healthcare professionals do not receive formal training on facilitating student learning.…