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Presentations

 2013

  • “Engaging student leadership for interprofessional education: A developmental approach”, Panelist, Collaborating Across Borders IV conference, Vancouver, BC. – Dr. Sheree Aston, June 2013
  • “Teaching Osteopathic Medicine and Health Professions Faculty about Interprofessional Scopes of Practice and Collaborative Care”, Workshop co-author, Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine annual meeting, Baltimore, Maryland. – Dr. Sheree Aston, April 2013
  • Dickter, D.N., Stielstra, S., Aston, A. Research on a Team Observed Structured Clinical Examination (TOSCE) measuring geriatric competencies. Paper presented at: 39th Annual Meeting of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education; March 3, 2013; St. Petersburg, FL.

 2012

  • “Inter-Institutional Interprofessional Education” Paper co-presenter, Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine annual meeting, Baltimore, Maryland. – Dr. Sheree Aston, March 2012
  • Dickter, D.N., Mackintosh, S., Aston, A. Maximizing and measuring behavior change outcomes in interprofessional gerontology and geriatric education programs. Workshop co-presenter at: 38th Annual Meeting of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education; February 23, 2012; Arlington, VA.

 2011

  • “How to Develop and Implement a Comprehensive Inter-Institutional Interprofessional Education (IPE) Program”, Poster presentation, Collaborating Across Borders III, Tucson, Arizona. – Dr. Sheree Aston, November 2012
  • “Interprofessional Education (IPE): Big Picture Perspectives from the Field”, Plenary panelist, Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine annual meeting, Baltimore, Maryland. – Dr. Sheree Aston, March 2011

 2010

  • “Developing and Implementing a Successful IPE program”, Plenary session leader at Interprofessional Education: The New Foundation for Healthcare Delivery conference, Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana. – Dr. Sheree Aston, October 2010
  • “Successful Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive Interprofessional Education Program”, Paper presented, International Association for Medical Education (AMEE) conference, Glasgow Scotland. – Dr. Sheree Aston, September 2010
  • “Preparing the Next Generation of Health Professional”, Workshop leader at The National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP) National Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. – Dr. Sheree Aston, June 2010
  • “Finally, a 3D interprofessional (IPE) program!” roundtable and “IPE Programs – What It Takes to Keep Them Going!” Roundtable co-presented at All Together Better Health V, 6-9 April, Sydney, Australia.
    – Dr. Sheree Aston, April 2010
  • “Building Blocks for a Sustainable IPE Health Care Program”, Workshop co-presenter, Thomas Jefferson University IPE Conference, Philadelphia, PA. – Dr. Sheree Aston, March 2010
  • “Organizational Change Practices: Lessons Learned”, Panelist, American Interprofessional Health Collaborative (AIHC) Inaugural Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. – Dr. Sheree Aston, March 2010

 2009

  • “Review and Update on the Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive Interprofessional Education Curriculum”, Roundtable discussion presented at: 29th Annual Meeting of the Generalists in Medical Education; San Antonio, TX. – Dr. Sheree Aston, November 2009
  • “Developing and Implementing Effective Interprofessional Education Programs at Academic Health Center Institutions” Workshop Leader, Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. – Dr. Sheree Aston, November 2009
  • “An Interprofessional Approach to Pharmacy Education”, Co-author of poster presented at: 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy; Chicago. IL. – Dr. Sheree Aston, July 2009
  • “Interactive Workshop on Developing a Comprehensive Interprofessional Education Program”, Workshop leader, conducted at: Collaborating Across Borders II Conference; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. – Dr. Sheree Aston, May 2009
  • “A Model for Interprofessional Health Education: Planning, Development and Implementation”, co-workshop conductor, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine; North Bethesda, MD.
    – Dr. Sheree Aston, April 2009
  • “Four approaches to a case-based interprofessional education curriculum: A randomized control trial”. Poster presented at: 2009 Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association; February 9-12, 2009; Las Vegas, NV. – Dr. Redman-Bentley, February 2009
  • “Promoting interprofessionalism and global health education through the implementation of a center for global and community health”. Paper presented at: 18th Annual Meeting of the Global Health Education Consortium; April 4, 2009; Seattle, WA. Younszai, April 2009
  • “Comparison of faculty and student attitudes toward interprofessional education in six healthcare professional programs”. Poster presented at: 2009 Collaborating Across Borders II Joint Conference; May 20-22; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. – Dr. Redman-Bentley, May 2009
  • “Qualitative analysis of student and facilitator responses to a case-based approach to interprofessional education”. Poster presented at: 2009 Collaborating Across Borders II Joint Conference; May 20-22; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada – Dr. Redman-Bentley 2009
  • “The development process of a collaborative interprofessional case for a problem based learning course”. Paper presented at: 2009 Collaborating Across Borders II Joint Conference; May 20-22; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. – Dr. Mackintosh, Dr. Tegzes, 2009

 2008

  • “Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive Interprofessional Education Curriculum”, Paper presented (primary author) at 28th Annual Meeting of the Generalists in Medical Education; San Antonio, TX. – Dr. Sheree Aston, November 2008