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1 KICK-OFF EVENT JANUARY 21, 2012 UTHSC HEALTH CARE CHALLENGE

2 MEETING THE CHALLENGE TARGET POPULATION : Seniors in the MIFA Senior Companion Program Volunteer Senior Companions Their Clients (homebound seniors) Both CHALLENGE : Develop a program to help improve the health and wellbeing of seniors involved with the Senior Companion Program Based on a partnership between UTHSC and MIFA, falling within their mission, priorities and structure Foster UTHSC interprofessional student involvement in community-based health related efforts Focused on sustainability

3 MEETING THE CHALLENGE WRITTEN PROPOSAL PURPOSE : To present clearly, succinctly, persuasively and professionally your proposed program, designed to address identified health-related priorities of the target population (seniors within the Senior Companion Program). AUDIENCE : Representatives from MIFA and members of their community-based governing board.

4 JUDGING CRITERIA Feasibility Creativity Sustainability Appropriateness given the target population and identified needs Consistency with MIFA mission and priorities Consistency with UTHSC mission and priorities Reflects an interprofessional approach to health care Reflects IOM “New Healthcare” criteria Overall quality of the “presentation” (both written proposal and PowerPoint slides)

5 MEETING THE CHALLENGE FROM IOM FOR “NEW HEALTHCARE” Safe – Avoiding injuries to patients from the care that is intended to help them; Effective – Providing evidence-based care for all and only for those who truly need them; Patient-centered – Providing care that is respectful and responsive to individual preferences; Equitable – Providing care that does not vary in quality simply because of personal characteristics, such as gender, ethnicity, geographic location, or socioeconomic status.

6 TWO PART PROCESS: REQUIREMENTS AND DEADLINES ROUND 1: WRITTEN PROPOSAL REVIEW DUE MARCH 9, 2012, BY NOON 6 BOUND COPIES (including the written proposal and the PowerPoint slides – printed 2 slides per page) SUBMIT TO: Office of IPECS, 920 Madison, Suite 700 Team notification of Round 1 Results: By Monday, March 19, 2012

7 WRITTEN PROPOSAL SPECIFICS Not to exceed 12 pages of “content” (not including a title page, references, or appendices) SECTIONS TO INCLUDE: General introduction (e.g., overview of the team, goals of the proposal, statement about the agency) Population of interest and fundamental characteristics Health-related issues and priorities to be address Recommendations Resources needed to implement the recommendations

8 PRESENTATION SLIDES SPECIFICS Not to exceed 12 PowerPoint slides PURPOSE: To persuade the panel of judges that your proposal meets a clear need, is feasible, and sustainable (along with other specified judging criteria) Keep in mind : Use the limited number of slides wisely to highlight key features of your proposal Judges will review both your written proposal and your PowerPoint slides as they are evaluating your team’s submission

9 TWO PART PROCESS: REQUIREMENTS AND DEADLINES ROUND TWO: FORMAL PRESENTATION TOP 6 TEAMS will be invited to give a final oral presentation to a panel of judges representing MIFA 20-minute presentation (using the previously submitted PowerPoint slides); 10 – 15 minute Q&A on the proposal All team members will be expected to contribute equally to the presentation and to addressing the questions SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm RESULTS ANNOUNCED: WEEK OF MARCH 26 TH, WITH FORMAL PRESENTATION TO FOLLOW

10 HEALTH CARE CHALLENGE RULES AND DEADLINES (to be posted Monday, January 23, 2012)

11 MEETING THE CHALLENGE WITH THE HELP OF YOUR ADVISORS Advise team members regarding available resources to assist in completing their analysis and proposal development; Help identify strategies for collaboration and provide guidance for team problem solving and conflict resolution; Provide feedback on the team’s proposal and presentation (as it relates to the presentation/delivery of the proposal rather than to the specific content of the proposal or presentation); Interface with the competition coordinator with any questions or concerns that are occurring regarding the process.

12 MEETING THE CHALLENGE VALUING INTERPROFESSIONAL TEAMS Enhance understanding and mutual respect for the unique and varied roles health professionals play in health care; Strengthen interprofessional team collaboration, communication and analytical skills ; Enhance leadership and conflict resolution skills; Heighten awareness of unique challenges facing individuals with limited access to health care.

13 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MOST VALUABLE RESOURCE – YOUR TEAM What are 1 – 2 commonly held (or portrayed) stereotypes or misunderstandings of your particular profession? How would you describe the role your profession plays in maintaining the health and wellbeing of seniors?

14 TIPS FOR TEAMS PATRICIA M. SPECK, DNSC, APN, FNP-BC, DF-IAFN, FAAFS, FAAN UTHSC COLLEGE OF NURSING PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING OPTION

15 THE CASE: WHERE DOES THE TEAM START? This is a team effort! No one leader but is a team of many parts Each brings experience from their specialty area The table is round so all suggestions are welcome! Start with An outline of what you think you need – everyone participates Then fill in the parts – may divide work load For instance, what are the MIFA Program Characteristics? What is the Vision? What is the Mission? What is the Program description?

16 STATISTICS Zip Code statistics pstats.html pstats.html A good place to start How does this population compare to the state, county, or city overall?

17 STATISTICS Census data What does the census data say about the target population, the Memphis community, the county, or the state at large? How does this community compare to others?

18 PICK HEALTH INDICATORS LECTION LECTION Consider MIFA role in addressing Impact of partnerships with UTHSC Technology How does it all relate

19 SOCIAL ECOLOGICAL MODEL OM/THESOCIO-ECOLOGICALMODEL.HTM OM/THESOCIO-ECOLOGICALMODEL.HTM 4 levels Individual – knowledge, skills, attitudes Interpersonal – family friends, social networks Organizational – organizations, social institutions Community – relationships among organizations Public Policy – national, state and local laws “The World We Live In Influences Us!”

20 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Discover the Strengths of the Program Vision and Mission Strategies to address the issues What are health disparities addressed by MIFA How do you answer these and other questions using a logical method?

21 LOGIC MODEL FOR MIFA’S COMPANION PROGRAM Define the Situation (reason for the program) Identify the resources available to MIFA Identify the stakeholders Identify the short, medium and long term goals in the program materials Identify the barriers to implementation of the program Identify the assumptions about the program

22 LOGIC MODEL RESOURCES Kellogg-Foundation-Logic-Model-Development-Guide.aspx United Way _program_outcomes_a_practical_approach/progra m_film

23 LOGIC MODELS IDENTIFY RESOURCES AND BARRIERS IN PROGRAMS Volunteers Financial Community partners Stakeholders Recipients How are you going to know how to plan solutions? (drum roll….)

24 COMMUNITY TOOLBOX

25 YOUR IMAGINATION IS THE LIMIT Tell MIFA about the pearls in their program Recommend a significant program change Develop a plan for program change or growth Literacy Volunteer recruitment and training Increased revenues Financial planning Other identified solutions

26 TEAM PRESENTATION SUGGESTIONS Be succinct Use models and verbal images Tell a story about the program and the community Did you visit the neighborhood in a window survey? What are the identified social determinates of health? What are the disparities?

27 TEAM PRESENTATION SUGGESTIONS How do you make your story a patient centered analysis? (Hint: what’s in the news?) Compare and contrast the views of the team members, including professional experiences, training, and backgrounds Are there literacy issues? Are the other things you think of ok? OF COURSE! All ideas are welcome for program intervention Caveat – don’t be so broad that you lose focus of your team’s intervention(s)!

28 THE SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR IDEAS! Finances are not… so Thread the program intervention throughout the logic model and your team’s narrative Maintain fidelity with activities in your suggested program intervention throughout your presentation Try to find the latest and greatest evidence base for your suggestion(s) and plan(s) Create a sustainable and affordable program intervention! Have a great time! Are there Questions?


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