Susan Radzilowski, MSW, LMSW, ACSW, IMH-E®
University of Michigan
Susan Radzilowski, MSW, LMSW, ACSW is a Lecturer in the Social Work program at The University of Michigan and a Part Time Faculty at Wayne State University. Susan received her MSW degree from The University of Michigan where she majored in Interpersonal Practice. Susan has over 30 years of experience as a Clinical Social Worker. Susan has earned the NASW Michigan Certificate in Gender Identity and Clinical Concerns from NASW Michigan. She has also earned the NASW Michigan Certificate in Core Supervision. Susan is endorsed (by the Michigan Association of Infant Mental Health) in Infant Mental Health and Early Childhood Mental Health. She also holds a Michigan Approval as a School Social Worker.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Improving Interprofessional Communication During Virtual Team Conferences with Patient/Caregiver: Video-Based Simulation Learning
Interprofessional education has been focused on student education and competency development to foster effective patient-centered communication between health professionals. However, explicitly including the patient’s and caregiver’s voice as members of the IPE team should be a core component of further IPE learning and competency development. Evidence demonstrates a correlation between effective health professional-patient communication and improved patient health outcomes (Riedl & Schüßler, 2017), suggesting that optimal care can be provided by including the patient, and caregiver (when…