Madeline Aulisio, MPH is a health education coordinator at the University of Kentucky Center for Interprofessional Health Education with over seven years of experience in interprofessional education. She earned her undergraduate degree at Transylvania University, Master of Public Health at the University of Kentucky, and is currently completing a Doctor of Public Health degree. Her research has included student development of leadership skillsets through interprofessional education and asynchronous learning modalities in interprofessional education.
Madeline Aulisio, MPH
University of Kentucky Center for Interprofessional Health Education
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Transitions of Care as Model to Engage Rural Health Professions Learners with Interprofessional Competencies: A 3-year IPE Curriculum Study
Background: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) define a transition of care as the ‘movement of a patient from one setting of care to another... settings of care may include hospitals, ambulatory primary care practices, ambulatory specialty care practices, long-term care facilities, home health, and rehabilitation facilities’. Although more recent science has demonstrated improvement in elements of care transition, data continues to demonstrate that care transitions are oftentimes cumbersome, non-standardized, and are rife with critical communication deficits leading to…