Interprofessional Case Management Experience (ICME)

Interprofessional Case Management Experience Students from multiple disciplines will meet together to consider a case, develop an interprofessional care plan, share documentation, and resolve a simulated case scenario. The 2 ½ hour ICME sessions are scheduled throughout the semester with approximately 30 students divided into interdisciplinary teams. Each team of 5-7 students has a faculty facilitator. One of the small group faculty facilitators will also assume the role of large group facilitator as the ICME session alternates between large group instruction and team interaction. See facilitator’s guide for more information.

Below are the ICME Cases and the documents/videos that relate to them. (Please note: the video vignettes are not stand-alone teaching tools and are not intended to be exemplary portrayals of interactions. They should be used with the related PowerPoint presentations and facilitator's guide.)


 The Jim Thomas Case

Case Description
Facilitators' Guide
Slide Presentation
Video
Handouts

  1. Case Description
  2. Scripted Role Play
  3. Interprofessional Plan of Care Template
  4. Completed Care Plan for Mr. Thomas

 The Jim Thomas Case - M3

The M3 version is a one hour condensed presentation of the Jim Thomas Case. This presentation was developed for third year medical students.

Case Description
Facilitators' Guide
Slide Presentation
Video
Handouts

  1. Case Description
  2. Scripted Role Play
  3. Interprofessional Plan of Care Template
  4. Completed Care Plan for Mr. Thomas

 The Mary Hamilton Case

Case Description
Facilitators' Guide
Slide Presentation (Video from Slide 25)
Video
Handouts

  1. Case Description
  2. Scripted Role Play
  3. Interdisciplinary Plan of Care Template
  4. Dementia Assessment
  5. DNR Order
  6. Geriatrics Depression Scale
  7. MOST Form
  8. Giving Bad News Handout
  9. Medications
  10. Living Will Packet

The Joe Hedgepath Case

Case Description
Facilitator's Guide
Slide Presentation
Video
Handouts

  1. Case Description
  2. Scripted Role Play
  3. Medication
  4. Family Intervention