The PATH-PWIDD project
The PATH-PWIDD project is guided by the Collective Impact Model for social change. A national, cross-sector consortium of advocates, healthcare providers, community-based workers, leaders in health care workforce education, policy experts, and academics comprise 3 PATH-PWIDD Consortium Action Networks (CANs). The CANs advise on the following areas for the PATH-PWIDD grant: 1) Measurement, Evaluation, and Outcomes, 2) Communication, and 3) Education, Practice, and Policy.
Below are presentations from CAN members on interprofessional education and training of healthcare workers in caring for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. (See links below for recorded presentations).
Latest resources from the PATH-PWIDD grant 2022:
Jan. 2022 - Education, Practice, & Policy CAN featured a presentation from Allison P. Edwards, DrPH, MS, RN, CNE of the Cizik School of Nursing at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston on Imperative Undergraduate IPE education: Nursing Care for People with Disabilities.
At the most recent Measurement, Evaluation, & Outcomes CAN meeting, Magnus Sandberg and Anna Axmon from Lund University in Sweden presented on outcome measurement of two longitudinal studies of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.