Claudia Chaperon, Jessica Nielsen, Suhasini Kotcherlakota, Linda Sobeski, Kevin A. Kupzyk, Kaitlin Maasdam, and Rachel Kunkle
Interprofessional Practice and Education Primary Care Transitional Care Module 2018 e-learning module provides an interactive learning experience for interprofessional primary care graduate professional students and skilled nursing facility team members. The purpose of the e-learning module is to educate graduate professional students and skilled nursing facility team members interested in working with interprofessional teams to care for older adults transitioning across the healthcare system. Transitional care from acute care to a skilled nursing facility is a crucial aspect of the care of older adults which can be costly and dangerous to older adults. The e-learning module provides a safe space to help learners critically think to improve their performance before being in a live transitional care setting. The module guides learners on several safe, high-quality transitional care behaviors such as communication skills and teamwork in collaborating across providers and health systems, using critical thinking based on patient-centered goals, ethical decision making, and assuring resources necessary in the discharge plan of care when caring for an older adult. This module includes learning objectives and competencies to successfully transition an older adult from acute care to primary care. The module takes about 15-20 minutes to complete.
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