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  1. The Heart Disease Group Project (HDGP): A Longitudinal, Team-Based, Self-Study Case Using Interprofessional Teams • Timothy R. Ulbrich, PharmD;John D. Sutton, MD; Heather A. McEwen, M.L.I.S., M.S.; Susan P. Bruce, PharmD, BCPS; Mark Penn, MD, MBA • Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy Assessment • Reflective essay • Peer evaluations • Oral team presentation • Lifestyle Modifications (description in conversation format) • Discussion of Living Will and DPOA • Dietary recommendations • Exercise plans • Discharge instructions • Discharge summary Acknowledgements Patient Mr. Smith Background • Timing in the curriculum • Self-direction • Coordinating schedules for students • Team dynamics • Skill level of learners • Technology support • The Heart Disease Group Project (HDGP), as part of the longitudinal curriculum, takes place over six months during the second Medical (M2) and Pharmacy (P2) year. • Teams of 8-10 medical and pharmacy students are presented with a 66-year old patient entering the health care system for the first time with a myocardial infarction (MI). • Each team is responsible for researching competency-based topics including patient care, medical knowledge, practice based learning, systems based practice, communication skills, and professionalism. • Six meetings (3 mandatory and 3 voluntary) are held, and consultants (in addition to a medicine and pharmacy faculty member) attend these meetings to answer student questions. • Each team is required to submit one cumulative paper, prepare team members for a randomly assigned oral presentation, and perform self and peer evaluations. • Identify the complexities of patient care (clinical & psychosocial) • Recognition of the value of team • Experience peer evaluation • Experience team-based care • Active, engaged and self-directed learning • Interprofessional learning activity • Increase teamwork • Encourage sharing of knowledge among students • Provide a debriefing process • Expand consultant list • Research project to assess outcomes . • Summary of Part A, B benefits • Summary of Medicare D Plan • Summary of resources for grandson • State of Ohio DPOA and Living Will • Multidisciplinary Management Team • Indications for adult immunizations • EKG physiology & summary • Cardiac biomarker results, physiology • Physiologic basis of signs and symptoms • Hyperlipidemiapathophysiology • Four EBM treatment summaries • Four EBM Diagnosis summaries • Dr. John Sutton for his work developing the HDGP and for his commitment to interprofessional education