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AGHE Peer2Peer #1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Cynthia Hancock
25:00
Hi Friends! Can everyone mute? I hear random typing :)
Marilyn Gugliucci
29:09
I work with medical students through the Geriatrics Practicum (clinical education) and home visits with older adults - 6 visitis
Janet Nunziata
29:25
I work in the Center on Aging at The Univ of Vermont. I work with medical students, nursing and PT students.
Jennifer Mendez
41:56
slides will be shared later
Joann Montepare
48:22
Can you give an example of a problem and SMART plan?
Christopher Guyer
01:01:58
Here is a link to our evaluation rubric for clinical skills https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TF8fPXXP-SCrbNU83WrjEKntaPtdkXzo/view?usp=sharing
Joann Montepare
01:10:43
Will this program now be integrated as part of your curriculum - seems like a good way to prepare individuals for future emergency situations?
Jennifer Mendez
01:11:11
it is part of the regular curriculum
Christopher Guyer
01:11:45
@Joann - absolutely. Having a strong telemedicine curriculum is going to be essential for our students moving forward
Latonya Riddle-Jones
01:13:52
Doxy.me is the video platform that many of us have actually used in clinical practice. Basic version is free.
Tina Newsham
01:14:11
Is doxy.me HIPAA compliant?
Marilyn Gugliucci
01:14:15
Thank you all! Well done! I need to start another meeting
Lisa Hollis-Sawyer
01:14:50
Wonderful job! Very informative!
Latonya Riddle-Jones
01:15:23
For anyone with a clinical license, the application “Doximity” can be used. This will block your personal or work mobile phone number. It can be used for audio and video visits, and to send direct voicemails.
Latonya Riddle-Jones
01:15:49
“Google Meets” is also compliant and free.
Andrea Zakrajsek
01:16:47
I have to get on another call. This meeting was incredibly helpful--thank you!!!
Latonya Riddle-Jones
01:18:22
Health and Human Services websites were helpful. For Michigan it was MDHHS.gov (Michigan Department of Health and Human Services). CDC.GOV also had many helpful guides in various languages.
David Burdick
01:18:25
Thanks to everyone for your very informative session. We are fortunate at Stockton to be working with Rowan-SOM, on a GWEP project that will involve some of our undergraduate and graduatee students in interprofessional teams starting this fall. Elyse Perweiller and Dr. Anita Chopra. I'm sorry I need to leave, we are interviewing an MSW student and undergradute BIOL/GERO for placement in our center. Stay well evereyone! :-)
Latonya Riddle-Jones
01:22:01
The beauty of the CMS changes is that audio visits are just as acceptable as video.
Tina Newsham
01:22:18
Can you share a sample MOU?
Jennifer Mendez
01:23:27
yes I wil send the MOU to Nina to distribute
Latonya Riddle-Jones
01:23:28
We can share a sample MOU.
Christopher Guyer
01:28:51
Thank you everyone for having us. I have to get to the hospital. Please feel free to connect - cguyer@wayne.edu
Tina Newsham
01:29:05
Thank you!
Judith Howe
01:33:13
Thank you Dr. Guyer.
Latonya Riddle-Jones
01:33:53
Thank you all for participating! Feel free to contact me at lriddle@wayne.edu
Cynthia Hancock
01:34:09
Thank you everyone for having these conversations!
Joann Montepare
01:34:23
Great session, thanks for the discussion and sharing of info
Tina Newsham
01:34:31
Ditto! Thank you all!
Janet Nunziata
01:34:34
Thank you. I look forward to next week's session.
Jennifer Mendez
01:34:45
Thank you all for always being supportive. Feel free to send us questions
Sunkyo (Philipp) Kwon
01:35:26
If interested in the South Korean (and oart of the German) COVID-19 exoerience: s.kwon@yonsei.ac.kr!