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Inter-professional Possibilities in Healthcare: What do they mean for oral health?. Lesley Bainbridge Director, Interprofessional Education Faculty of Medicine and Principal pro tem College of Health Disciplines University of British Columbia. Context for this presentation:. What is IPE?

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Inter professional possibilities in healthcare what do they mean for oral health

Inter-professional Possibilities in Healthcare: What do they mean for oral health?

Lesley Bainbridge

Director, Interprofessional Education

Faculty of Medicine and

Principal pro tem

College of Health Disciplines

University of British Columbia


Context for this presentation

Context for this presentation:

  • What is IPE?

  • What is collaborative practice?

  • What is patient-centred care?

  • What are the emerging models?

  • Why should oral health practitioners care?

  • What are the barriers?

  • What helps to break down the barriers?

  • Where do you fit?


Interprofessional education isn t new so what is

Interprofessional education isn’t new so what is?

The policy language that is directing us to interprofessional education and collaborative practice and, to some extent, the research, although there is a long road ahead of us still as we strive to generate new knowledge.


Health council of canada

Health Council of Canada

  • Increase the number of interprofessional teams providing primary health care beyond the goal set out in the 2003 and 2004 agreements, which currently call for 50 per cent of residents to have 24/7 access to health care teams by 2011. (2006)


Health canada

Health Canada

  • Changing how primary health care is organized, funded and delivered in Canada is an enormously challenging undertaking. It demands an unprecedented level of collaboration and consensus-building across jurisdictions and among health care professionals. (PHCTF: 2005)


Romanow report

Romanow Report

  • Review current education and training programs for health care providers to focus more on integrated approaches for preparing health care teams. One of the best ways of ensuring that health care providers are able to work effectively in new, more integrated settings is to begin with their education and training. Education programs should be changed to focus more on integrated, team-based approaches to meeting health care needs and service delivery. (2002)


World health organization report

World Health Organization report

Preparing a Health Care Workforce for the 21st Century: The Challenge of Chronic Conditions 2005

available at www.in-bc.ca


Drivers for change

DRIVERS FOR CHANGE


Primary driver patient safety

Primary driver: patient safety

  • To Err is Human (IOM)

  • The Canadian Adverse Events Study

  • Human factors research

  • Many other examples…..


Secondary drivers

Secondary drivers:

  • Health human resources:

  • Looming shortages of health care (including oral health care) providers.

  • New ways of practicing.

  • Shared competencies.

  • Chronic disease management

  • Primary health care


Emerging models of practice

EMERGING MODELS OF PRACTICE


Interprofessional education model charles bainbridge gilbert 2004

Interprofessional Education ModelCharles, Bainbridge & Gilbert 2004

Interprofessional Health Education for Patient/Client Centred Collaborative Practice to Improve Patient Care

Learning Process

Goal

Professional

Personal

Interprofessional

Interprofessional Education Development Stages

Exposure

Immersion

Mastery


Health canada s framework for iecpcp

Health Canada’s Framework for IECPCP


Inter professional possibilities in healthcare what do they mean for oral health

PCC

IPE

PRACTITIONER

LEARNER

CP


Inter professional possibilities in healthcare what do they mean for oral health

IPE

  • What does it look like if IPE is not evident?

  • What does it look like if IPE is evident?


What do we say ipe is

What do we say IPE is?

  • Interprofessional education:

    • Is the process by which we train or educate collaborative practitioners

    • Changes how health care providers view themselves

    • Is a complex process that requires us to look at learning differently

    • Requires the health provider to practice in a way that allows for and accepts shared competencies

    • Requires interaction between and among learners.

  • Perceived benefits of interprofessional education have been documented and include:

    • Enhancing motivation to collaborate

    • Changing attitudes and perceptions

    • Cultivating interpersonal, group and organizational relations

    • Establishing common values and knowledge bases; and reinforcing competence. (Barr, 1999)


Collaborative practice

Collaborative Practice

  • What does it look like if collaborative practice is not evident?

  • What does it look like if collaborative practice is evident?


What do we say collaborative practice is

What do we say collaborative practice is?

  • Features of collaborative practice:

    • using appropriate language when speaking to other people

    • understanding that all health providers contribute to the team or collaborative unit

    • showing respect and building trust among team members

    • introducing new members of the team in a way that is welcoming and gives them the information they need in order to be a contributing team member

    • turning to colleagues for answers

    • supporting each other when mistakes are made, and celebrating together when success is achieved

    • recognizing the assumptions we make about others and reflecting on how to turn those assumptions into better communications with colleagues, patients or families


Inter professional possibilities in healthcare what do they mean for oral health

Collaboration: A process through which parties who see different aspects of a problem can constructively explore their differences and search for solutionsthat go well beyond their own vision of what is possible.


Patient centred care

Patient-Centred Care

  • What does it look like if patient-centred care is not evident?

  • What does it look like if patient-centred care is evident?


What do we say patient centred care is

What do we say patient-centred care is?

  • Patient-centred care does not mean patients must get exactly what they ask for, but rather that patients are working with their interprofessional team members to determine health goals that are realistic and achievable.

  • Patient-centred care:

    • ensures the patient is listened to, valued and engaged in conversation about their own health care needs

    • ensures the patient has input into how their needs can be addressed

    • requires a balance between the professional knowledge of care providers and the personal knowledge of the patient and their family

    • includes both the health care provider team and the client

    • focuses on the patient’s goals, their family’s goals and the professional expertise of the team

    • adds the knowledge of all team members to the patient’s self-knowledge and self-awareness so that the final result is doable


Barriers

BARRIERS


A non exclusive list of some barriers to inter professional collaboration

A non-exclusive list of some barriers to inter-professional collaboration

  • interpersonaldifferences e.g. age, gender, culture

  • fear of change e.g. place, time, persons

  • stereotypic rivalry e.g. me, him/her, them

  • power, income and status e.g. salary vs. fee-for-service

  • language e.g. gender, profession, social class, jargon

  • models of practice e.g. medicine, dentistry, dental hygiene

  • management structures e.g. acute care, community

  • management priorities e.g. money, space, people

  • scope of practice e.g.reserved acts, fear, silos


If we believe that ipe and collaborative patient or family centred practice lead to

If we believe that IPE and collaborative patient or family-centred practice lead to……

the highest quality

of care in oral health….


What do we do

MACRO:

Get buy in from the organization

Articulate the concepts in mission, vision and values

Facilitate uptake of the concepts throughout the organization

Allocate funds to support the concepts

….what do we do?


And do

MESO:

Support collaborative practice at the bedside and in the community

Educate providers, patients and families

Reward collaborative practice

Train interprofessional teams

…and do…


And do1

MICRO:

Recognize IPE as essential learning for individuals

Provide time for collaboration and reflection

Reassure staff and families

Make collaboration across professions the norm for everyone

Include it in performance expectations and reward it

…and do.


What we are doing

What we are doing…

  • College of Health Disciplines (www.health-disciplines.ubc.ca)

  • BC Academic Health Council (www.bcahc.ca)

  • Health Canada IECPCP initiative

    • $20 million allocated to projects across Canada

    • Range of background documents available

  • Range of projects and initiatives across Canada which link post-secondary institutions and health organizations

  • InBC – the BC network (www.in-bc.ca)

  • Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative www.cihc.calinks IECPCP projects across the country

  • International collaboration (CAIPE, ATBH IV, CAB)


In summary

IN SUMMARY….

  • IPE is the means by which we train collaborative practitioners.

  • Collaborative patient/family-centred practice is increasingly the way of the future.

  • Policy change is necessary to support a shift in education and practice.

  • At the macro, meso and micro levels of organizations and communities support must be tangible and evident.

  • We have a responsibilty as individuals to practice collaboratively.

  • We still have many research gaps but together, we can address them.

  • Once we make the shift, we can never go back.

  • We are moving forward, slowly, so remember….


Forward is a direction not a speed

FORWARD IS A DIRECTION, NOT A SPEED…

with thanks to Bruce Holmes,

Dalhousie University


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