The Effectiveness of a Virtual Interprofessional Teamwork Simulation Exercise for Nursing, Pharmacy, Social Work and Medical Students at the University of Hawaiʻi

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2021-02-13
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Wen, Aida
Wong, Lorrie
Arndt, Robin
Tokumaru, Sheri
Katz, Alan
Esquivel, Monica
Miyasaki, Alison
Kawakami, Chad
Masaki, Kamal
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Introduction: The University of Hawaiʻi Health Sciences Schools has been conducting the Hawaiʻi Inter-Professional Team Collaboration Simulation (HIPTCS) exercise since 2014. It was originally designed to have most students work together at one site, and collaborate with students from one discipline (pharmacy) at a distant site. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this exercise was converted to an entirely virtual format. Objective: To compare the efficacy of the entirely virtual format of HIPTCS to the original format, and to determine its impact on interprofessional core competencies.
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Interprofessional education, Geriatric education, Health sciences students
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