Education & Training
Methods: Brief presentations (on styles of learning and adult learning theory) will set the stage for a discussion of clinical examples. This will be followed by an interactive workshop (to demonstrate/practice the principles discussed, e.g., running interdisciplinary rounds and conferences; bedside teaching).
Ted Stern, MD, LFACLP: Implications of learning theory for interdisciplinary learning
Don Rosenstein, MD, FACLP: Interdisciplinary education in the oncology setting
Anne Gross, MD, FACLP: Interdisciplinary education in the emergency department
Sheila Lahijani, MD: Opportunities and challenges for interdisciplinary: The future of C-L Psychiatry
Structure: In this 90-minute workshop, 10 minutes will be used to introduce the workshop and speakers and to set the stage for the interactive session. Each of the four presentations will last for 10 minutes, leaving 40 minutes for audience participation/discussion and for concluding comments.
Conclusion: Presentations and discussion will provide attendees with the knowledge and skills necessary to get the most out of interdisciplinary interactions in both inpatient and outpatient settings.