Brian Sick, MD
University of Minnesota Academic Health Center
Brian Sick, MD, is the Director for IPE for the University of Minnesota Academic Health Center where he has responsibility for the interprofessional curriculum of all health programs at the student, resident, fellow and faculty levels. He also works as an outpatient primary care provider at the University of Minnesota Primary Care Center. Dr. Sick is also the Medical Director of the Phillips Neighborhood Clinic which is a national-known interprofessional student-run free clinic in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Minneapolis, Minnesota and served as the inaugural President of the national Society of Student Run Free Clinics Faculty Association.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
A First Look at Preceptors in the Nexus: Interprofessional Learning IN Practice for Preceptors and Site Development
Learning Objectives: Define the key concepts of interprofessional learning IN practice that create an optimal Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment. Demonstrate skills for supporting interprofessional learners, including clinicians, students, and residents. Identify changes at your site to integrate interprofessional teamwork, including the learners, into your process of care. This workshop is designed to provide an introduction to the key elements of the two-day 'Preceptors in the Nexus' workshop. Interactive and fast-paced, participants will learn how to create a…
Promoting the Health Professions Accreditors Collaborative and National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Guidelines: Re-envisioning the Quality and Assessment of Institution-level IPE Curriculum (#3)
The 2019 Health Professions Accreditors Collaborative (HPAC) and National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (NCIPE) best-practice guidelines recommend that institutions deliberately design the interprofessional education (IPE) curriculum to include intentionally created and sequenced longitudinal learning experiences that are integrated into existing professional program curricula. A challenge often faced by institutions striving for this goal is a lack of awareness of the many opportunities currently existing in curricula. Discovering, evaluating, and cataloging the full…
Visit this Resource Exchange to learn more about the 2-day training "Preceptors in the Nexus: Interprofessional Learning IN Practice". Sponsored by the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education and with content developed by the University of Kansas Medical Center faculty, this two-day workshop in Minneapolis offers interprofessional teams the practical skills, team-based worktime, and knowledge to enhance interprofessional learning and team-based collaborative practice at their site.