Jeff Trytko, MS
Grand Valley State University
Jeff is a program director at Grand Valley State University and director of the GVSU Scribe Academy. He has over 15-years of experience in academic health services, education and clinical trials research. Such work has directed efforts toward managing federal and private grants, project management, IRB correspondence, and instructional design implementation to support essential skills including interprofessional education for students to obtain clinical experiences.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Perceptions of Interprofessional Education and Collaboration from Medical Scribes in the Emergency Department (#61)
Background: Medical scribe is an emerging health profession resulting from the increasing complexity of electronic medical records and demand on providers. Created in 2015, the GVSU Scribe Academy, a partnership with Grand Valley State University and Helix Scribe Solutions in Grand Rapids, Michigan, was designed to integrate a scribe workforce into interprofessional teams at local emergency departments. The Academy curriculum is 80 hours including theory and clinical training. Methodology: The Academy screens for motivated students on a health care career path who can demonstrate proficient…
Strategies for Expanding Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environments within the Midwest Interprofessional Education and Research Center (#8)
Project Overview: The Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research Center (MIPERC) is a regional inter-institutional infrastructure created to infuse interprofessional education and collaborative practice across disciplines, learning institutions, and clinical settings to provide safe, quality care to individuals, their families, and communities. As part of the infrastructure, a model was developed to guide the Initiative emphasizing the World Health Organization’s [WHO] (2010), definition of interprofessional education and collaborative practice, the core competencies of the…