Creating New Models of Care Through Academic-Clinical Partnership

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Abstract

There are many documented instances of academic nurses creating faculty practice opportunities to support their faculty and students. Fewer articles have been published about the value of these shared models to clinical partners. Advanced practice nurses from the academic and clinical departments at Emory University and Emory Healthcare codesigned a new model of care that addresses the health system's need to achieve better experiences and health outcomes for patients living with dementia. The nurse-led clinical practice, called Integrated Memory Care Clinic, is an innovative example of joint planning and design by academic and clinical nurses to advance the teaching, practice, and research mission of the School of Nursing as well as help satisfy the health system's ability to achieve the Triple Aim.

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