Lise McCoy, EdD, Assistant Professor at A.T. Still University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona, is Director of Technology Enhanced Active Learning and Co-Director of Faculty Development. Currently serving as a member of the Arizona Nexus and chair of the ATSU-SOMA IPE sub-committee, she collaborates with a wide network to develop IPE curricula, as well as innovation projects for medical education focused on community-oriented primary care, such as the Virtual Community Health Center. A proponent of action research, learning-centered instruction and active learning, she also offers faculty development workshops, and teaches education courses.
While working with patients from vulnerable populations can be very rewarding and fulfilling, healthcare team members need support in order to avoid burnout. In this workshop, we demonstrate segments of a newly-developed eight-step process for fortifying and energizing IP healthcare teams who work with high risk patient populations.