Jenna Sizemore, MD, MPH, FAAP
Assistant Professor
West Virginia University
Jenna Sizemore is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at West Virginia University School of Medicine. She attended college at Shepherd University with a background in Biochemistry. She received her Medical Doctorate from West Virginia University School of Medicine and where she later completed a residency in Internal Medicine, as well as a Chief Resident year. Professionally, she has a strong interest in global health and Appalachian medicine. Her particular professional interest including resident education, especially the incorporation of Simulation into the training of Internal Medicine residents.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine has become a powerful tool in maintaining patient access to healthcare without the increased risks of an in-person visit. In order to prepare health care learners to this new type of patient encounter, an interprofessional educational opportunity was created using a model of an "IPE Huddle" and participation in a telemedicine based transitions of care clinic with focus on improved post-hospitalization outcomes. Teams of learners meet monthly for an "IPE Huddle" on-site at the University Health System's Transition of Care Clinic. During…
Objectives(1) Describe an interprofessional clinical practice experience in the transitions of care clinic setting (2) Discuss the outcomes from a clinical interprofessional experienceMethodology Interprofessional faculty members from dentistry, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, and physician assistant programs took part in an innovation challenge to create an interprofessional clinical practice activity from an existing simulation experience. Students from these disciplines had been participating in the InterDisciplinary Education Apartment Simulation (…