Malcolm Cox and Mary Naylor reflect on the inextricable linkage between education reform and practice redesign. The following is excerpted from proceedings (coming soon) of the 2013 Macy Conference, co-chaired by Cox and Naylor.
On Tuesday, May 22, the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education selected 16 leaders from the fields of health practice and policy, business, learning and education, and academic research to serve as inaugural members of the center’s national advisory council.
2012 Macy Faculty Scholar Dr. Wrenetha Julion discusses her work in cultural competency training at Rush University College of Nursing. She answers questions about how she developed the work and how diversity plays a factor in cultural competency.
On April 18 Macy hosted a web conference to discuss the recommendations from its new report, Transforming Patient Care: Aligning Interprofessional Education with Clinical Practice Redesign. The online forum gave participants the opportunity to discuss the new recommendations for linking interprofessional education with clinical practice redesign to promote team-based care.