Lin Goldston, MHA, CPHQ
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
Lin is a seasoned healthcare leader with more than 10 years of clinical operations management experience, which includes a strong background in applying quality improvement, care planning and design, data integration, patient safety and risk management, and a proven ability to lead interdisciplinary teams and leverage the latest technology and management tools to achieve the Triple Aim. She is currently the Director of the OU College of Medicine Clinical Skills Education and Testing Center (CSETC) and a core faculty member of the Health Sciences Center Interprofessional Educators & Practitioners Association.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Mission Possible: Developing a Longitudinal Curriculum for 29 Academic Programs Across Eight Colleges (#2)
The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the current interprofessional curriculum model at a comprehensive academic health center. This curriculum proposes a structured academic and clinical progression of mandatory and elective didactic and experiential learning related to IPEC competencies required to prepare students for interprofessional practice and to meet departmental accreditation standards. This presentation will discuss the methodology used lessons learned during this work-in-progress. Using the Kern six-step model for developing health professional education curriculum, the…
Missing from our campus interprofessional education programming initiatives was a vital voice: the student. Quality interprofessional education, intended to meet accreditation standards, requires inclusion of the learner as team member. The purpose of this solution-orientated presentation is to describe a method of student engagement by which other institutions can provide better education in practice through organizing or augmenting their student-led initiatives. This model is of significance to the field of interprofessional education because it provides a framework for the development,…