The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) is offering two interprofessional education Leadership Institutes in the upcoming weeks and you are invited to register and participate in them.
The Primary Care Interprofessional Leadership Institute (PCILI) Saturday, May 30, and Sunday, May 31, 2015 AMSA National Office, near Washington, D.C.
This 1.5 day immersion experience is designed for students interested in Primary Care.
PCILI is open to pre-health students and students enrolled in medical, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistant, dental, public health, and clinical psychology programs. This year’s program will feature lively discussions with primary care practitioners from the different health professions showcasing their real-world experiences in working together in interprofessional teams to deliver effective, coordinated, community-based, patient- centered care. The highlight of the Institute will be a case-based interdisciplinary team challenge and competition: Primary Care Innovation based on community needs assessment. The PCILI agenda includes Primary Care practice, education, and policy, with a particular emphasis on innovative models for Primary Care Delivery (e.g., Patient- Centered Medical Homes, Turntable Health, and Ideal Medical Care Clinics).
Registration: $99 (AMSA members) // $174 (non-members*; this reg fee includes a
Registration deadline: Sunday, May 17, 2015 Registration Fee includes Sat/Sun lunch; does not include transportation, hotel, or other meals.
*Students enrolled in nursing, pharmacy, dental, physician assistant, public health, and other graduate health programs can join AMSA as a “Supporting Affiliate Member” for $50. Premedical and medical students can join AMSA for $75.
The AMSA/Columbia Summer Institute in Narrative Medicine Monday, June 8, through Friday, June 12, 2015 Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY http://bit.ly/1K8KoPQ
The Program in Narrative Medicine of Columbia University and AMSA are co-sponsoring an intensive Summer Institute in Narrative Medicine. We are seeking pre-medical students, medical students, and those studying in other health care fields, who want to develop knowledge and skill in Narrative Medicine. This five-day institute will deliver keynote lectures and small-group training in the fundamentals of narrative approaches to clinical care.
- Receive intensive training in close reading, creative writing, and reflective practice;
- Learn from the national leaders in inter-professional and inter-disciplinary education and team-building;
- Hands-on creative projects in language, visual art, performance art, and multi-media;
- Study with Master of Science in Narrative Medicine graduates, students, and faculty;
- Visit New York resources in the arts, music, and theatre.
Registration: $375 (AMSA members) // $425 (non-members; this reg fee includes a
Registration deadline: Sunday, May 24, 2015 Registration fee includes breakfast/lunch each day; does not include transportation, hotel, or other meals.