Jayne-Marie Raponi, MPH
University of Florida
Ms. Raponi is a doctoral student in the Public Health, Social Behavioral Sciences concentration, doctoral program at the University of Florida and a graduate assistant in the Office of Interprofessional Education at the University of Florida.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Natural language processing (NLP), a branch of artificial intelligence (AI), provides a means for computers to explore written narrative. Widely adopted in a broad range of contexts, including education, it may offer efficient processes to examine qualitative based interprofessional education (IPE) outcomes. AI can be used to explore narrative at many different levels (individual, program, institution). We applied NLP at the programmatic level to explore and understand the narrative data produced during one longitudinal community-based experiential interprofessional learning experience. This…