The Center for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Care established the Student Excellence in Interprofessionalism Recognition Award in 2015. Since the inaugural ceremony, students from Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, College of Humanities and Sciences and Social Work have been recognized.
The Third Annual Student Excellence in Interprofessionalism Recognition Award Ceremony will be held on:
Thursday, May 11, 2017
4:00pm - 5:00pm
W. Baxter Perkinson Jr. Building (School of Dentistry)
Third Floor, Brown Conference Room (Room 3114)
1101 E. Leigh Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Join us in recognizing the following learners, who will be completing their educational programs this year:
- Indira Miller, School of Nursing
- Kayla Miller, School of Pharmacy
- Rachel Andricosky, School of Allied Health Professions, Gerontology
- Paul Martin Garner, School of Allied Health Professions, Patient Counseling
- Erin Hickey, School of Pharmacy
- Zach Radcliff, College of Humanities and Sciences, Child Clinical Psychology
- Kalyann Kauv, School of Pharmacy
- Alvin Ralph Maraya, School of Pharmacy
- Samantha Roth, Schol of Social Work, Clinical Social Work
In addition, we will be recognizing several faculty who remarkably shaped, influenced and impacted IPE curriculum.
The Student Hotspotting Program is a national initiative during which students work with several patients with a pattern of high-utilization of healthcare services. Over the spring semester, the students conduct home visits with the patients and accompany them on healthcare interactions in the inpatient and outpatient environments. These students help patients with overcome barriers to health, including both medical issues – like diabetes care – and social issues, such as transportation. This is an intensive program and these students put in countless hours to really make a difference for these individuals.
A second group of VCU students competed in the CLARION Case Competition. In this competition, students analyze a systems-based problem in healthcare and develop solutions. The winners of the local competition then represented VCU at a national competition at the University of Minnesota. All of this work is a significant commitment on top of normal academic work.