Patient-Centered CPD including Outcomes Assessment Models
Conference Presentation: Destination: Patient Outcomes – Our Journey to Improving Patient Care
The Impact of the Patient Voice: Patient Education Insights that Inform Professional Learning Modules
Monday, January 22
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: Palazzo F
Physician Credits: 1.0
Nursing CE Credits: 1.0
Pharmacy Credits: 1.0
ACPE UAN: 0809-9999-18-086-L04-P (Knowledge)
Director, Educational Development
Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning
Riaz Baxamusa, MBA, CHCP
Associate Director, Independent Medical Education
Astellas Pharma Global Development
IME has traditionally focused on HCPs and while our charter is improving patient outcomes, often we overlook the criticality of the patient voice when assessing those outcomes. Often insights gained from patient education programs and patient populations have little influence on CME/CE programs. This session will describe a simulation based program designed for patients and HCPs that tethers the learnings form each to improve shared decision making (SDM) practices.
This presentation will showcase a 360-degree simulation approach to educating patients and HCPs, where insights and outcomes from an Overactive Bladder (OAB) patient education module have informed the content of a HCP OAB module.
Instructional Design Components: An interactive, online patient education simulation program in OAB was launched approximately 6 months prior to a corresponding HCP module. The patient module asked questions regarding living with OAB, understanding the disease, treatment options and barriers to treatment. The patient data results were then included as a content driver in the online HCP case based simulation modules. Correlative questions were also asked of the HCP during their modules for post program comparative analysis with the patient data. HCPs receive guidance on SDM in an environment that mirrors the point of care making the learning more meaningful to their actual practice
The insights and outcomes of the combined programs create a comparative analysis of the correlative questions and topics, identifying where gaps exist between patient and professional perspectives and knowledge levels for each audience.
- Discover a creative method for adding patient views in an HCP module
- Learn how to design a program utilizing a 360-degree approach to educate patients and HCPs and help close the educational gaps between physician perception and patient reality
- Understand how to meaningfully engage HCPs in learnings on best practices for shared decision making