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Second annual team-based care summit seeking poster projects

Health care teams are invited to submit a project for a poster display at the second annual Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce (WCMEW) Team-Based Care Summit Nov. 12. The planning committee has set aside time during the Summit for a poster showcase to allow attendees to learn from and network with one another.

Eligible projects include:

  • Using metrics—Posters can include a discussion of patient population data to shape team-based care populations or a discussion of care team outcomes measurement.
  • Leveraging learners to support care teams—Posters can include a discussion of the use of students, residents or other learners as team members. Alternatively, posters can discuss how team-based care is being incorporated into health care provider learning experiences.
  • Workflows and/or protocols—Posters can share workflow and/or protocol examples related to patient diseases/conditions.
  • Tools and procedures—Posters can share tools, procedures and resources that assist teams in caring for patients and assist patients in self-managing their chronic conditions.

Information about the poster display opportunity is available here. To submit a poster project, please complete this online form by 5 p.m. on Oct. 1. In addition, a description of the project (250 words or less) must address one of the four topics listed above.

If you have questions about content, please e-mail George Quinn, WCMEW’s executive director, or call him at 608.274.1823. If you have submission questions, e-mail Jenna Hanson or call her at 608.274.1820.

The goals of MCMEW’s 2015 Team-Based Care Summit are to promote interprofessional learning and dialogue about team-based care to support system change in practice and to describe and provide tools and strategies to advance team-based care in Wisconsin.

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