WCMEW – Team-Based Care Summit: “Transforming Concepts into Reality”

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Dear Wisconsin Health Care Team Leader,

Health care teams are invited to submit a project to be showcased as a poster display at the second annual Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce (WCMEW) Team-Based Care Summit on November 12. Click here for more information on the Summit.

The goals of the 2015 summit are to 1) promote inter-professional learning and dialogue about team-based care to support system change in practice and 2) describe and provide tools and strategies to advance team-based care in Wisconsin. The planning committee has set aside time during the Summit for a poster showcase to allow teams to learn from and network with one another.

Project for Poster Display Submission Guidelines
Deadline for project submission: October 1

Projects focused on the following topics will be considered for poster displays at the Summit:

  • 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 included 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 healthcare 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, resources that assist teams in caring for patients and assist patients in self-managing their chronic conditions.

To submit, please complete the form located at: http://events.SignUp4.net/15TBCPosterShowcase by 5:00 pm on October 1.
A description of your project (250 words or less) must address one of the four topics listed above.

For content questions, please contact George Quinn, WCMEW’s Executive Director, at gquinn@wcmew.org or at 608-274-1823.
For submission questions, contact Jenna Hanson at jenna.hanson@wha.org or at 608-274-1820.

Thank you,
Team-Based Care Summit Planning Committee

The Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce (WCMEW) is a multi-stakeholder organization whose purpose is to facilitate strategies to ensure an adequate supply of healthcare providers to meet the needs of Wisconsin citizens today and into the future. WMCEW stakeholders include: Medical College of Wisconsin, Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin, Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative, UW School of Medicine and Public Health, Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians, Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants, Wisconsin Hospital Association, Wisconsin Medical Society and the Wisconsin Nurses Association.