Posted: November 8, 2012

Impact of Structured Communication Tools for Interprofessional Teamwork on Pre-Clerkship Medical Students

Description

Interprofessional teamwork skills are desired in clinical practice, yet there are few large-group curricular interventions demonstrated to build medical students' knowledge and skills. This poster describes the development of an interactive, pre-clerkship seminar to introduce core, evidence-based principles underlying team dysfunction, and to model established interprofessional communication tools hypothesized to be useful to medical students.




*Presented at 2012 Annual Meeting MedEdPORTAL Poster Session

Keywords

Interprofessional, Health Equity Research, SBAR, SCRIPT, Behavior Change

Authors

Dana Romalis, MD, Stanford University School of Medicine

Kambria Hooper, MEd, Stanford University School of Medicine

Tomiko Oskotsky, MD, Stanford University School of Medicine

Preetha Basaviah, MD, Stanford University School of Medicine

Clarence H. Braddock III, MD, MPH, Stanford University School of Medicine


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