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Designing for an Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment
Join us for a webinar on the National Collaborative for Improving the Clinical Learning Environment (NCICLE). NCICLE provides a forum for organizations committed to improving the educational experience and patient care outcomes within clinical learning environments (CLEs). NCICLE seeks to simultaneously improve the quality of learning and patient care within CLEs through shared learning and collaborative practice among its member organizations.

This webinar will focus on two NCICLE resources that provide guidance on engaging new learners in patient safety and eliminating health care disparities as part of preparing learners for the clinical learning environment of today and into the future.

Mar 3, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Morgan Passiment
Executive Director, Director, Institutional Outreach and Collaboration @NCICLE, ACGME
Ms. Passiment excels at cultivating opportunities and delivering results through program innovation, strategic alliances, and leadership development. Her experience spans issues of importance to corporations, not-for-profits, and higher education. By cultivating opportunities for health care and education leaders to improve and enhance their organizational environment she prepares them to serve as national leaders of health care innovation. Her primary emphasis has been on building communities of learning, strategic visioning, health policy and organizational leadership. She has designed and implemented a wide variety of successful leadership programs, initiatives, and interprofessional groups that provide health professions schools, hospitals, and health systems with systems-based approaches and resources to meet the challenges of a diverse and complex healthcare environment.
Kristen K. Will, PhD(c), MHPE, PA-C
Director, Clinical Programs and Accreditation Clinical Associate Professor @Arizona State University
Ms. Will is the Director of Clinical Programs and Accreditation with oversight of Executive and Continuing Education within the College of Health Solutions and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Science of Health Care Delivery. She currently serves as the Chair for the National Collaborative for Improving the Clinical Learning Environment (NCICLE) steering committee, and also on the Accreditation Review Commission for the education of Physician Assistants (ARC-PA) as an accreditation specialist. Prior to her tenure at ASU, she worked clinically as a senior Physician Assistant in the Division of Hospital Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. Prior to her experience in Hospital Medicine, she practiced in Cardiovascular Surgery and primary care. Along with her clinical duties, she was the Program Director of the Mayo Clinic in Arizona Post-graduate PA Fellowship in Hospital Internal Medicine and Assistant Professor in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.