Project SARET: An interprofessional education (IPE) lens examines substance use disorders research education for health professional students

Madeline A. Naegle, Kathleen Hanley, Marc Gourevitch, Ellen Tuchman, Frederick More, Sewit Bereket

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The NIDA funded Substance Abuse Education, Research and Training (SARET) Program addresses the compelling need for health professionals prepared to engage in substance use disorders (SUD) research. The goal of this interprofessional project, structured by an Executive Committee of co-investigators from the disciplines of medicine, nursing, social work and dentistry, is to increase the skills of students from each discipline for interprofessional research collaboration and early career-development opportunities in SUD research. The development of web-based modules, interprofessional seminars and a model mentorship program were designed as well, for dissemination and evaluation by other health professional schools. The educational format is 6 interactive web-based learning modules, providing an overview of core content on Substance Use Disorders (SUD), summer or year-long mentored research experiences with NIH-funded researchers and small interprofessional seminars and site visits. Assessment consists of self-reported annual student learning outcomes and external editorial and advisory board project and curricular materials review. These reviews encourages the updating of materials and provide flexibility for participating “champions” at other schools who use the modules. Quantitative and qualitative outcomes of student research activities and data on dissemination of modules support the fit between project content and interprofessional teaching modalities. The learning modules are available without charge to individuals, students, faculty or health professional programs from the project's website.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)99-103
Number of pages5
JournalJournal of Interprofessional Education and Practice
Volume9
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 2017

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Project SARET : An interprofessional education (IPE) lens examines substance use disorders research education for health professional students. / Naegle, Madeline A.; Hanley, Kathleen; Gourevitch, Marc; Tuchman, Ellen; More, Frederick; Bereket, Sewit.

In: Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice, Vol. 9, 01.12.2017, p. 99-103.

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