Patricia Ohtake, PT, PhD
University at Buffalo
Patricia J Ohtake, PT, PhD is the Assistant Vice President for Interprofessional Education at the University at Buffalo and Associate Professor of Physical Therapy. She has extensive experience in interprofessional education, including interprofessional simulation. As an acute care physical therapist, Dr. Ohtake has over 30 years of experience. In 2017, Dr Ohtake was the recipient of the APTA Lucy Blair Service Award. She has over 65 peer-reviewed publications, two book chapters, and has been a consistent presenter at chapter, national, and international conferences. Dr Ohtake leads the University at Buffalo team that developed the Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Micro-credential.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
University at Buffalo Microcredential in Interprofessional Education:Skills you need. Proof you have them. (#18)
Micro-credentials, including digital badges, are increasingly used to demonstrate mastery of knowledge or skill that is smaller than that of a degree or formal certificate program. The University at Buffalo IPE leadership team has developed a comprehensive program with students from 12 health professions programs learning from, with, and about each other at the foundational, immersive, and entry-to practice levels. The Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (IPCP) Micro-credential Program provides UB health professions students with learning experiences to develop the Interprofessional…