Valeriy Kozmenko, MD, CHSE-A
University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine
Dr. Kozmenko is an anesthesiologist and critical care physician by training. He is a member of the Board of Directors for International Network for Health Workforce Education (INHWE) and co-chair of the INHWE “Digital Skills and Technology in Healthcare” working group. He received a US and international patent for developing an innovative patient simulation system (2013) and an award for technological innovation from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (2015). Holder of multiple awards for excellence in teaching and education. Areas of interest include medical education, curriculum development, IPE and technological innovation.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Implementation of Novel Simulated Interprofessional Intensive Care Unit Bedside Rounding Course (#7)
Background: Medical schools are beginning to implement courses in Interprofessional Education (IPE) to prepare students for the interprofessional team-based patient care model which is becoming a standard of practice in many healthcare facilities. Students often have little exposure to multidisciplinary rounds prior to residency, and fast paced low-capacity healthcare environments such as operating rooms and intensive care units, necessitate providers be competent and efficient in working within interprofessional teams. Design: The University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine (USD…
Medical schools are beginning to implement courses in Inter-Professional Education (IPE) to better prepare students for the inter-professional team-based patient care model which is becoming the standard of practice in many healthcare facilities. Traditionally, course design processes include a needs assessment, identifying pre-requisites, developing content, teaching method, sequence of educational events, creating an assessment instrument, measuring outcomes, and transfer of knowledge and skills to patient care. Since IPE involves students from various specialties teaching each other and…