FROM THE PORTFOLIO: CLINICAL TRAINING
Who knows better what patients want and need from their providers than patients themselves? ExPPect partners in the design of clinical training curriculum from the lived experience of patients, facilitating learners to optimize patient outcomes through co-production and shared decision-making.
JOINT TALKS: SUPPORTING JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS PATIENTS FROM ONSET TO ADULTHOOD - A PATIENT-MODERATED PANEL DISCUSSION
This module, co-designed by patient, parent, and clinician faculty, and informed by a comprehensive patient survey, identifies strategies for overcoming the primary challenges in care transitions for JIA patients.
IS SIMILAR THE SAME? BIOSIMILARS IN INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE AND RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
In this program, built from patient survey data, patient and clinician faculty from the IBD and RA communities discuss barriers and facilitators for making joint provider-patient treatment decisions.
IDENTIFYING AND OVERCOMING DISPARITIES IN IBD CARE
This panel discussion, based on patient survey data and let by patient and clinican faculty, identifies some of the key barriers and challenges faced by patients due to racial, ethnic, and other inequities, and provides practical guidance for supporting all patients through their diagnostic and treatment experiences.
ENGAGING THE EXPERTISE OF PATIENTS AND FAMILIES IN THE EDUCATION OF A NEW GENERATION OF PROVIDERS
ExPPect was honored to partner with the Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care to create this online training tool for engaging patients and families in the creation and execution of clinical training.