Jeffrey Hoder, PT, DPT, NCS
Duke University, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

Dr. Hoder is an Associate Professors within the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Duke University and is the Doctor of Physical Therapy faculty liaison for the Emergency Department Interprofessional Education (IPE) clinic. He received both his DPT and MS degrees in Physical Therapy from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He is board certified as a clinical specialist in neurologic physical therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. His clinical interests lie in the management of individuals with vertigo and movement disorders. He has lectured nationally and internationally on topics related to Parkinson’s disease and central vestibular dysfunction.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Duke University School of Medicine, started an Interprofessional Education (IPE) Clinic in December 2014 for medical students in conjunction with the nurse practitioner and physician assistant programs. The directly observed clinic is located within the emergency department (ED) and provides care to low acuity ED patients. When initially formed, there was no dedicated registered nurse (RN) presence, and this lack of RN faculty, was identified early on as an area that could increase clinic efficiency, improve patient care, and contribute to the education of the students within the IPE clinic…
This lightning talk will present a unique model of interprofessional education (IPE) which places learners in teams to evaluate and manage clients accessing care through the emergency department (ED). The Duke IPE Clinic provides learners with multi-faceted opportunities, which include collaborative learning using a team-based approach and faculty from doctor of medicine, advanced-practice nursing, ABSN nursing, doctor of physical therapy and the physician assistant program while providing direct patient care. The IPE clinic was successfully launched in 2015 as an evening extension of the…