Business, Community Engagement Professor Presents Research on Interprofessional Collaborative Care Friday, October 19, 2018
Professor Jamesena Talbott, D.M., presented her research on “Cultivating an Interprofessional Collaborative Ecology of Care” Oct. 9 to faculty in the areas of human development, human and organizational development and clinical psychology at Fielding Graduate University, located in Santa Barbara, Calif.
“The presentation was a summary of my dissertation in human development focused on interprofessional collaboration among medical and mental health professionals, nutritional specialists, and complementary-alternative practitioners treating older women living with eating disorders,” Talbott explained.
Talbott currently teaches the following courses at Point Park University:
- Organizational Systems and Organizational Behavior (MBA program)
- Organizational Behavior/Change and Career Development (Organizational leadership program)
- Leadership & Ethics and Social Entrepreneurship (Ph.D. in community engagement)