Michelle Davidson, M.Ed
Transforming Outpatient Primary Care Center of Excellence
Eighteen years of experience in program development, implementation with in-depth knowledge of adult education and theory along with veterans as well as their caregivers. Maintains a passion for instilling the importance of lifelong learning in a health care setting and have extensive experience supervising and administrating an inter-professional training program in a multi-centered environment as well in veteran educational group visits along with five years’ experience in collaborating and designing patient education and developing deliverables for veterans and their caregivers.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Background: The Framework for Action on Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (WHO, 2010), and an increasing number of publications thereafter, have identified the need for collaborative practice to strengthen health-care systems and ensure the highest quality of care for patients. An integral step in training collaborate practice-ready providers is developing interprofessional education. Method: Over the past 9 years, the Cleveland VA Medical Center’s Transforming Outpatient Care - Center of Excellence (TOPC-COE), an interprofessional program for physician, nurse…