Jesse Spurr

Jesse works as a Nurse Educator in the Emergency Department at Redcliffe Hospital. Outside his family and work, Jesse pours energy into his professional hobbies: healthcare simulation podcast and journal club, ‘Simulcast’, nursing practice development blog and podcast ‘Injectable Orange’ and faculty and team member of ‘The Teaching Institute’. Jesse classes himself a lifelong student of teaching, learning, health and human performance.

 

A MEETING OF THE TRIBES: INTER-PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN CRITICAL CARE

“Meeting of the Tribes” brings together clinicians from a broad range of health professions–including medicine, nursing, social work, and physiotherapy–to explore interprofessional issues in critical care. In addition to their clinical work, panelists have unique perspectives on education, simulation, and resilience in healthcare. In discussing issues related to tribalism and their implications for interprofessional practice, we will explore what it will take to overcome a tribal mentality in the service of improved patient care. In this session, we will strive to: (a) present a snapshot of the status quo, (b) explore key issues and their implications for clinical practice, and (c) envision of future of enhanced interprofessional collaborative practice.

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