Allison Mollet obtained her Master of Medical Science degree from Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut and has been in clinical practice as a PA for over 16 years, primarily in orthopedics, general surgery, and urgent care. She joined MBKU’s School of Physician Assistant Studies as founding faculty in 2013 and currently serves as Program Director. Allison was one of the founding IPE committee members for the University and has been instrumental in the development of an interprofessional case conferences course and interprofessional simulation experience for students.
Allison Mollet, MMSc. PA-C
Marshall B. Ketchum University School of PA Studies
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Piloting an Interprofessional Super Simulation Day with Optometry, Physician Assistant, Pharmacy, and Nursing Students
Background: The future of healthcare education includes the integration of interprofessional instruction and experiences to ensure all graduates are prepared to work in the collaborative, patient-centered environments of today’s healthcare system. Marshall B. Ketchum University piloted its first interprofessional education (IPE) patient simulation exercise involving approximately 200 students from OD, PA, PharmD, and RN programs. The purpose of the simulation was to allow students to apply the interprofessional skills gained during their education, and to formally evaluate their acquisition…