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Strategic Priority 2: Team-Based Learning

Goal:

Improve the performance of interprofessional teams through team assessment, self-directed team development, practice-based simulation, and the promotion of team innovators.

Primary Responsibility:

Elizabeth McLaney, Tracey DasGupta, Agnes Ryzynski, and Diana Goliss

Implementation Strategies:

  • Identify Sunnybrook’s interprofessional team-based learning needs
  • Develop, implement and evaluate a competency-based Team-Based Learning Toolkit
  • Develop a self-assessment process for teams to reflect on their collaborative work and initiate development plans
  • Develop simulation-specific team assessment tools to enhance understanding of interprofessional team performance
  • Provide targeted opportunities for active, interprofessional team-based learning through simulation
  • Build additional capacity to foster team-based learning innovators
  • Create a recognition strategy for team-based learning

Metrics for Team-Based Learning:

  • Number of team assessments completed
  • Number of ‘hits’ to Team-Based Learning Toolkit on intranet
  • Number of team-based learning abstracts/posters/presentations submitted by members of the key stakeholder committee
  • Number of team-based learning simulations conducted and number of participants
  • Number of Building Optimal Outcomes for Successful Teamwork (BOOST) participants
  • Patient Satisfaction/Experience (Source NRC/CPES): How would you rate how well the team members on your unit worked together?
  • Percentage of Sunnybrook learners answering “Strongly agree/Agree” to TAHSNe Student Experience Questionnaire: “I experienced team members learning together collaboratively across professions”
  • Number of red and yellow fl ags on accreditation self-assessment (for evaluating team performance and assessing how diff erent professionals work together)

Activity

Outcome

Conduct an organizational inquiry to identify Sunnybrook’s interprofessional team-based learning needs
  • Committee reflective of key stakeholders created and implemented
  • Targeted, evidence-informed communication plan regarding the value of team-based learning developed and implemented
  • An organizational inquiry survey/interview process created, implemented and analyzed for themes
  • Evidence-based, interprofessional team-based learning program defined and developed
Develop, implement and evaluate a competencybased Team-Based Learning Toolkit
  • Competency-based Team-Based Learning Toolkit developed, implemented, and evaluated
Develop a self-assessment process for teams to reflect on their collaborative work and initiate development plans
  • Teams have completed team assessment and created their development plans
Develop simulation-specific team assessment tools to enhance understanding of interprofessional team performance
  • Simulation-specific self-reflective team performance assessment tool developed with incorporation of Sunnybrook’s ‘Core Competencies for Interprofessional Team Collaboration’
  • Simulation-specific global team performance assessment tool developed for simulation with incorporation of Sunnybrook’s ‘Core Competencies for Interprofessional Team Collaboration’
Provide opportunities for active interprofessional team-based learning through simulation
  • Sunnybrook’s ‘Core Competencies for Interprofessional Team Collaboration’ mapped to common simulation debriefing tools/methodologies
  • Simulations completed with inclusion of Sunnybrook’s ‘Core Competencies for Interprofessional Team Collaboration’ and related curriculum developed
  • Method established for engaging patients in team-based learning simulations
Build additional capacity to foster team-based learning innovators
  • BOOST program (Sunnybrook/CIPE collaboration) piloted to ensure alignment with team-based learning strategic priority
  • Introduce TAHSNp Fellowship
Create a recognition strategy for team-based learning
  • Structure created to recognize successful interprofessional team-based learning