Instructor Led Training (ILT)


University of Washington Medicine

This was an enterprise wide curriculum developed for two hospitals in the UW system that were implementing a new way of tracking the administration of medicine to patients.  The new system uses barcodes on the medication and altered the software that nurses were used to using.  I worked with workflow analysts and pharmacists that developed new procedures.  This was new component of a Electronic Health Record (EHR) system that was already in place manufactured by Cerner Inc.  Teaming up with a curriculum developer we created clinically valid exercises that reinforced positive workflow for the target audience.  I developed a series of job aids to assist the nurses and respiratory therapists that reinforced the learning that took place during the ILT.

Barcode Medication Administration (BCMA) Facilitator’s Guide (PDF)

Barcode Medication Administration Student Workbook (PDF)

BCMA Student Survey Results (PDF)

SEIU Healthcare Aids

Here is an example of an ILT course that I created as part of a series intended for students with low literacy and English is a Secondary Language. Students are learning to be home care aides. They are required to receive training to be licensed in the state of Washington. Worked with subject mater experts as well as conducted my own research.

Neurological Conditions Instructor’s Guide (PDF)

Neurological Conditions Student’s Guide (PDF)

Sample Job Aids created for students (PDF)