Kate Whitney, LMSW
Learning and Simulation Developer, Social Work
Kate Whitney is a Licensed Master of Social Work who has spent much of her clinical career working in the home health care, hospice, adoption, and foster care. She is currently an adjunct professor for her alma mater, New Mexico Highlands University, and a Simulation and Learning Developer at Simucase.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Allied health professionals must deliver high-quality services that address the multifaceted needs of their clients and the community at large. This goal requires effective collaboration with other healthcare providers, care team members, and community stakeholders. The Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC®) competencies build upon discipline-specific standards set forth by accreditation councils to help allied health students gain the exposure, confidence, and competencies needed to provide collaborative care across practice settings. To develop skillful collaborative practice,…