Tolulope Odebunmi, MBBS MPH
University of Minnesota Medical School
Dr. Tolu Odebunmi MBBS, MPH is a PGY4 and Chief Resident at the University of Minnesota Psychiatry Residency program. She is interested in medical education, leadership in academia, and building inclusive communities for trainees. She is a member of the residency's Leadership and Interprofessionalism Thread. The thread was created two years ago to develop residents into clinician leaders and foster interprofessional collaboration.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
This lightning talk unpacks lessons learned from the development of a brand new, interprofessional learner-run curriculum committee. The talk begins with a brief task review - developing content to teach psychiatry residents key concepts of interprofessional leadership. Participants at this talk will learn about the chronology of committee membership and steps taken at multiple junctures to enrich the committee. This lightning talk concludes with a summary of committee successes and additional opportunities for subsequent interprofessional learner committee development. This talk highlights…
Leveraging an Interprofessional Education Committee in the Development of a Residency Leadership Curriculum Influenced by Dialectical Behavior Therapy
This seminar reviews curriculum developed by a committee of interprofessional learners (medicine, nursing, psychology, social work) invested in educating psychiatry residents on effective leadership skills. Participants will learn about the Drama Triangle and the Empowerment Dynamic which describe dysfunctional and adaptive systems of engagement, respectively. Presenters will review Dialectical Behavior Therapy Interpersonal Effectiveness skills (Linehan, 1993) which facilitate effective communication that nurtures relationships while maintaining limits. Participants will identify a drama…