Hossein Khalili

Credentials: BScN, MScN, PhD, FNAP

Position title: Director

Email: hkhalili@wisc.edu

Phone: (608) 262-6374

Address:
3149 Signe Skott Cooper Hall

Dr. Hossein Khalili, BScN, MScN, PhD, FNAP is an internationally recognized scholar, expert, and leader in the field of interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP), and serves as the Director of UW Centre for Interprofessional Practice and Education (UW CIPE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and as an Adjunct Research Professor at Western University. He is the Co-Founding Lead of the Global Network for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Research (InterprofessionalResearch.Global), a Member of the Leadership Team of the Global Confederation for Interprofessional Education & Collaborative Practice (Interprofessional.Global), a Board Member of the CIHC, and a member of the CASN Accreditation Bureau. Dr. Khalili also serves as a member of the Editorial Boards of number of journals including the Journal of Interprofessional care; Health, Interprofessional Practice and Education Journal, and others.

Dr. Khalili’s primary research focuses are on interprofessional education and socialization, team-based care, patient engagement and partnership, and interprofessional simulation. He has developed and tested a new framework, called Interprofessional Socialization Framework (IPSF) to assist with the development of dual identity. Dr. Khalili has (co)developed and standardized a number of IPECP assessment tools including Dual Identity Scale (DIS), Assessment of Interprofessional Team Collaboration Scale (AITCS), AITCS-II (Student), and the Interprofessional Socialization and Valuing Scales (ISVS, ISVS-A & ISVS-B). He has conducted (as PI or Co-I) more than 20 research projects with over $6 million in funding, has published over 40 journal papers/reports, and presented more than 100 abstracts and invited speech in local and inter/national conferences.

Dr. Khalili has demonstrated his excellence in integrating teaching, research, and leadership and has received numerous prestigious awards including, but not limited to: Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Nomination for Outstanding Achievement ACE Nursing Graduate Guarantee (NGG) Award; FHS Nomination for Fanshawe President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Research/Innovation; Western FHS Recognition of Excellence Awards (2010 and 2016); Western Teaching Honour Roll Awards (2010 and 2015); the Provincial Nurse Educators Interest Group Award from Registered Nurses’ Foundation of Ontario; Graduate Research Thesis Award; the Recognition of Excellence in Research award; Dean’s Award for Research Excellence – 2nd Place.

Here below is a list of his recent publications and presentations:

Recent Books & Chapters:

  • Khalili, H., Thistlethwaite, J., El-Awaisi, A., Pfeifle, A., Gilbert, J., Lising, D., MacMillan, K., J. Maxwell, B., Grymonpre, R.E., Rodrigues F. F., Snyman, S., Xyrichis, A. (2019). Guidance on Global Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Research: Discussion Paper. A joint publication by InterprofessionalResearch.Global & Interprofessional.Global. www.research.interprofessional.global
  • Khalili, H. (In Press). The resurgence of the global research interprofessional network. In Thistlethwaite, J., Forman, D., Leadership, Resilience and Sustainability in Interprofessional Collaboration. Springer Nature Switzerland AG
  • Joosten-Hagye, D., Khalili, H. (In Progress). Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice- micro, meso, and macro approaches across the lifespan Textbook. Cognella Academic Publishing, CA, USA.
  • Khalili, H. (In Progress). Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice as Philosophy and Approach. In Joosten-Hagye, D., Khalili, H. Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice- micro, meso, and macro approaches across the lifespan Textbook. Cognella Academic Publishing, CA, USA.
  • Khalili, H. (In Progress). Interprofessional Socialization and Dual Identity Development. In Joosten-Hagye, D., Khalili, H. Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice- micro, meso, and macro approaches across the lifespan Textbook. Cognella Academic Publishing, CA, USA.
  • Khalili, H., Maleki, S. (2016). Assessment and Management of Patients with Rheumatic Disorders (Canadian Version) in Paul, P., Day, R., & Williams, B. (Eds.). (2016). Brunner & Suddarth’s Canadian Textbook of Medical Surgical Nursing (3rd ed). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
  • Maleki, S., Khalili, H., (2016). Assessment and Management of Patients with Allergic Disorders (Canadian Version) in Paul, P., Day, R., & Williams, B. (Eds.). (2016). Brunner & Suddarth’s Canadian Textbook of Medical Surgical Nursing (3rd ed). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

Recent Peer-reviewed Papers:

  • Khalili, H., & Orchard, C., (2020). The Effects of an IPS-Based IPE Program on Interprofessional Socialization and Dual Identity Development. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1, 11
  • Price, S., Andrews, C.L., Almost, J., Khalili, H., Harman, K.M., Davies, H.K., Sim, M., (2019). Anticipatory Socialization among health professional students; implications for interprofessional collaboration. Journal of Interprofessional Care, Online Release,1-9
  • Harman, K.M., Price, S., Almost, J., Andrews, C.L., Khalili, H., Davies, H.K., Sim, M., (2019) Social positioning of physiotherapy: Problematic or panacea? Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 1-14
  • King, G., Orchard, C, Khalili, H., Avery, L. (2016). Refinement of the interprofessional socialization and valuing scale (ISVS-21) and development of 9-item equivalent versions. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 36(3), 171-177.  DOI: 10.1097/CEH.0000000000000082.
  • Khalili, H. (2016). Learning when to involve patients in decision making. The clinical teacher, 13(3), 241-241.
  • Khalili, H., Ramji, Z., Mitchell, J., Raymond, G. (2015). Transition Supports for IENs in Workplace: Perspectives of IENs in Ontario. Journal on Nursing and Health Care, 2 (2)
  • Regan, S., Orchard, C., Khalili, H., Brunton, L., Leslie, K. (2015). Legislating Interprofessional Collaboration: A Policy Analysis of Health Professional Regulatory Legislation in Ontario, Canada, Journal of Interprofessional Care, 29(4),359-64. doi: 10.3109/13561820.2014.1002907.
  • Khalili, H. (2015). Clinical Simulation Practice Framework: A Knowledge-To-Action Strategy in Health Professional Education. The Clinical Teacher, 12(1), 32–36.
  • Khalili, H., Hall, J., DeLuca, S. (2014). Historical analysis of professionalism in western societies: implications for interprofessional education and collaborative practice. Journal of interprofessional care, 28: 1-6, DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2013.869197.
  • Khalili, H., C., Laschinger, H. K, Farah, R. (2013). An interprofessional socialization framework for developing an interprofessional identity among health professions students. Journal of Interprofessional Care. 27(6), 448- 453; DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2013.804042.
  • Thistlethwaite JE, Khalili H, Grymonpre R, Gilbert J, Atack L, Espin S, Donelly C, Iglarsh A, Green C, Riva JJ, Hean S, Namavarian A. (2013). Introducing the Global Research Interprofessional Network (GRIN). Journal of Interprofessional Care; 27(2), 107-109; DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2012.718814.
  • Orchard, C., King, G., Khalili, H., Bezzina, M.B., (2012). Assessment of interprofessional Team Collaborative Practice (AITCS): development and testing of the instrument. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 32(1), 58–67.
  • Vingilis, E., Forchuk, C., Orchard, C., Shaw, L., King, G., McWilliam, C., Khalili, H., Edwards, B. (2011). Development, implementation and formative evaluation of pre-licensure workshops using participatory action research to facilitate interprofessional, client-centred mental health care. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Education (JRIPE), 2.1, 25-48.
  • Suter, E., Lait, J., MacDonald, L., Wener, P., Law, R., Khalili, H., McCarthy, P. (2011). A strategic approach to building research capacity in interprofessional education and interprofessional collaboration. Healthcare Quarterly 14(2):54-60.

Recent Invited Participation/Presentations

  • Nov 2019       Plenary Speech: Guidelines for research and collaborative practice; main recommendations, to be presented at Regional Network for Interprofessional Education in the Americas (REIP) and its University Network for the IPE (UNIREDEIP)
  • Nov 2019       Webinar Speech: Guidance on Global Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Research, National Academies of Practice (NAP) Members
  • Oct 2019       Plenary Speech: Interprofessional Education for Collaborative Practice and Healthy Aging as Two Driving Forces in Shaping Health Care Industry. Aging and Rejuvenation Conference- 2019, Berlin, Germany
  • Sept 2019       Keynote Speech: Preparing Care Teams for Success: Interprofessional Training & Practice. The Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce (WCMEW)
  • June 2019       Plenary Speech: Plenary Speaker: Interprofessional Education: A Necessity for Team-Based Care, 2019 Wisconsin Center for Nursing’s Annual Conference, Pewaukee,
  • May 2018       Interprofessional Socialization & Dual Identity Development, Health & Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Program, Western University
  • Aug 2016         Integrating professional and interprofessional learning — Pushing into ‘uncharted territories, IP Clinical Teaching Workshop, Western University

Recent Presentations with Abstracts in Conference Proceedings

  • Khalili, H. Gilbert, J., Pfeifle, A., Maxwell, B., Jensen, G., Nickol, D., Breitbach, A., King, S., Warkentin, K., Kambey, D. (Oct 20-22, 2019). Global Leadership in IPECP Research; an Intro to Co-Creation of Best Practice Guidelines. Accepted for Workshop Presentation, Collaborating Across Borders VII (CAB VII) conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  • Khalili, H. (Oct 20-22, 2019). Towards the Development of Dual Identity through Interprofessional Socialization; A Critical Reflective Analysis. Accepted for Oral Presentation, Collaborating Across Borders VII (CAB VII) conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  • Khalili, H. Gilbert, J., Beauchamp, J., Hutt, L., King, S., Warkentin, K. (Oct 20-22, 2019). Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative (CIHC) Member Survey Results. Accepted for Oral Presentation, Collaborating Across Borders VII (CAB VII) conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  • Khalili, H. (Sept 3-6, 2018). Creating Student Online Community of Inquiry in Online IPE/IPCP Courses; Oral Presentation, All Together Better Health IX (ATBH-IX), Auckland, New Zealand
  • Khalili, H. (May 28-29, 2018). Creating Student Online Community of Inquiry through Online Discussion; Oral Presentation, CASN’s Nursing Education Conference, Montreal, QC
  • Khalili, H., DeLuca, S., Ferreira, A., (May 28-29, 2018). Bridge Program for RN Internationally Educated Nurses (BIEN-RN) at Fanshawe College; Challenges & Successes; Oral Presentation, CASN’s Nursing Education Conference, Montreal, QC
  • Khalili, H., DeLuca, S., Ferreira, A., (April 26-27, 2018). Fanshawe College BIEN-RN Program in its 2nd year; Challenges & Successes; Oral Presentation, The Partners in Education & Integration of Internationally Educated Nurses: 12th Annual Conference, Montreal, QC
  • Khalili, H. (October 1-4, 2017). Learning, Teaching and Translating Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Knowledge. Collaborating Across Borders VI (CAB VI) conference, Banff, Alberta
  • Khalili, H., Parsons, C., Deluca, S., & Chen, J., (October 1-4, 2017). Sustainability of an Interprofessional Clinical Placement Program. CAB VI, Banff, Alberta
  • Price SL, Reeves S, Andrews C, Davies H, Harman K, Sutton E, Almost J, Khalili H. Sim SM. (October 1-4, 2017). Exploring Early Professional Socialization Across Five Health Professions CAB VI, Banff, Alberta
  • Price SL, Reeves S, Andrews C, Davies H, Harman K, Sutton E, Almost J, Khalili H. Sim SM. (May 24-26, 2017) Evolving Narratives of professional socialization across five health professions. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research conference, Toronto, ON.
  • Khalili, H., Chen, J., Elliott, J., Holdsworth, K., Parsons, C., Summers, S., Paulenko, T., Ferreira, A., Deluca, S., & Marten-Daniel, P., (October 11-13, 2016). Empowering IEN RPNs for Success: Interprofessional Education for Internationally Educated Nurses Clinical Placement Program. Oral Presentation, 2016 CAPNE Conference, St. John’s, Newfoundland
  • Khalili, H., Elliott, J., Parsons, C., Summers, S., Paulenko, T., Deluca, S., & Marten-Daniel, P., (September, 5-9, 2016). Piloting an Interprofessional Education for Internationally Educated Nurses Clinical Placement Program: Lessons Learned. Poster Presentation, All Together Better Health VIII (ATBH) VIII, Oxford, England
  • Khalili, H. (September, 5-9, 2016). Patient Views on Active Participation in Shared Decision Making About Own Health. Poster Presentation, All Together Better Health VIII (ATBH) VIII, Oxford, England
  • Price SL, Reeves S, Andrews C, Davies H, Harman K, Sutton E, Almost J, Khalili H, Sim M. (September, 5-9, 2016). Exploring Early Professional Socialization Across Five Health Professions. Oral Presentation, ATBH VIII, Oxford, England
  • Khalili, H., DeLuca, S., Krahn, M.A., Ferreira, A. (May 30-31, 2016). IENs Journey In Becoming A Nurse In Ontario; Bien Programs’ Challenges And Opportunities. Oral Presentation, CASN’s Nursing Education Conference, May 30-31, 2016, Toronto, ON
  • Khalili, H., DeLuca, S., Krahn, M.A., Ferreira, A. (April 28-29, 2016). IENs Journey In Becoming A Nurse In Ontario; Bien Programs’ Challenges And Opportunities. Oral Presentation, The Partners in Education & Integration of Internationally Educated Nurses: 10th Annual Conference, April 28-29, 2016, Vancouver, BC
  • Khalili H, Price SL, Reeves S, Andrews C, Davies H, Harman K, Sutton E, Almost J, Sim M. (May 10–12, 2016). Exploring Early Professional Socialization Across Five Health Professions. Poster Presentation, Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Toronto
  • Khalili, H., Hall, J., DeLuca, S. (March 31-April 1, 2016). Professionalism in Healthcare and its Implications for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, Oral Presentation at ON Conference, RNAO, Toronto, ON
  • Khalili, H., Clark, P.G., Maxwell, B., Iglarsh, A., Anderson, E.S. (September 29 — October 2, 2015). There is Nothing So Practical as a Good Theory in IPE and IPP. Pre-Conference Workshop, CAB V, Virginia, US
  • Khalili, H. (March 26-27, 2015). Clinical Simulation Practice Framework. Poster Presentation at ON Conference, RNAO, Toronto, ON
  • Khalili, H., Ramji, Z., Wojtiuk, R. (March 26-27, 2015). Workplace Transition Program for Employers & IENs. Poster Presentation atON Conference, RNAO, Toronto, ON
  • Orchard, C., Gaffney, D. Tuerhodes, D., Cardinal, M., Khalili, H. Miller, K., Bishop, K. May 13 – 15, 2014). Engagement of Patients and Families on Hospital Unit Action Councils. Annual CAHSPR Conference Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Gaffney, D. Orchard, C., Payton, L., Tuerhodes, D., Cardinal, M., Khalili, H. Campbell, A., Williams, A & Brosseau, M. (August 6-8, 2014). Engaging Patients and Families as Partners on Interprofessional Hospital Unit Action Councils: Advancing Quality and Person-Centred Care. Oral Presentation, The 6th International Conference on Patient- and Family-Centered Care, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Gaffney, D., Maika, C., Judd, J., Tuer-Hodes, D., Cardinal, M., Orchard, C., & Khalili, H. (November, 2014). Patients and Families as Improvement Partners on Hospital Unit Action Councils (UACs). Poster Presentation, Health Quality Ontario Conference, Toronto ON
  • Khalili, H., Hall, J., DeLuca, S. (Oct 21-22ndh, 2014). Historical analysis of professionalism in western societies: implications for interprofessional education and collaborative practice. Poster Presentation, Canadian Health Workforce Conference, CHHRN, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Khalili, H., Orchard, C. Laschinger, H.K, Farah, R. (June 6-8, 2014). Interprofessional socialization-based IPE Program; a new approach in preparing health professional students/providers for collaborative practice. Presentation. ATBH-VII Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Khalili, H. Orchard, C. Laschinger, H.K, Farah, R. (June 6-8, 2014). The New Psychometric Analysis of Dual Identity Scale. Presentation. ATBH-VII Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Khalili, H. Miller, K. Harrison, H., Ranieri, L., Katsademas, K. (June 6-8, 2014). The application of Clinical Simulation Practice to improve interprofessional collaboration in real life professional practice. Presentation. ATBH-VII Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Iglarsh, A., Grymonpre, R. Hean, S., Khalili, H. (June 6-8, 2014). Sustaining the Future of IPE-CP: the Global Research Interprofessional Network (GRIN). Workshop Presentation. ATBH-VII Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Khalili, H., Hall, J., DeLuca, S. (May 26-28th, 2014). Historical analysis of professionalism in western societies: implications for interprofessional education and collaborative practice. CASN Canadian Nursing Education Conference, Halifax, NS
  • Booth, R., Hall, J., Khalili, H., Donelle, L., Riddell, T., Krahn, M.A. (May 26-28th, 2014). The Development and Delivery of a Health Informatics within Nursing’ Course: Exploring the Pedagogical Possibilities when Social Media, Informatics, and Nursing Practice/Theory Intersect in Undergraduate Nursing Education. CASN Canadian Nursing Education Conference, Halifax, NS
  • Khalili, H. Miller, K. Harrison, H., Ranieri, L., Katsademas, K., Krahn, M.A., DeLuca, S. (December 5-6th, 2013). KTA in Nursing Education; the impact of Clinical Simulation Practice learning on nursing students’ confidence, competence and collaboration in real life professional practice. the 2013 SIM Expo, Toronto, ON
  • Khalili, H. C., Laschinger, H.K, Farah, R. (June 12-14, 2013). Interprofessional Socialization Study Findings: How to Develop Dual Professional and Interprofessional Identity, Poster Presentation, Collaborating Across Borders (CAB) IV, Vancouver, BC
  • Khalili, H., Grymonpre, R. Gilbert, J. Atack, L., Thistlethwaite, J., Hean, S., Espin, S., Donelly, C., Iglarsh, A., Green, C. (June 12-14, 2013). Knowledge To Action in IECPCP: Global Research Interprofessional Network (GRIN), Poster Presentation, CAB IV, Vancouver, BC
  • Regan, S., C., Khalili, H., Brunton, L, Leslie, K. Legislating (June 12-14, 2013). Interprofessional Collaboration: Policy Analysis of Health Professional Regulatory Legislation, Presentation, CAB IV, Vancouver, BC
  • Khalili, H. C., (October 18 – 20, 2012). How to Socialize Future Healthcare Professionals for Aging Population in a Changing World. Oral Presentation, Aging in a Changing World Conference, Canadian Association on Gerontology (CAG), Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Khalili, H. C., Laschinger, H.K, Farah, R. (October 9-14, 2012). How to Prepare Future Health/social Professionals for Interprofessional Collaborative Clien-Centered Practice. Oral Presentation, Rendez-vous 2012 Conference. Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
  • Khalili, H. (October 9-14, 2012). ‘High Fidelity Clinical Simulation Practice; An Innovative Approach to Improve Interprofessional Collaboration. Oral Presentation. Rendez-vous 2012 Conference. Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
  • Khalili, H., McLaughlin, P., De Luca, S., Fieber, S., Griffith, C. (October 5-8, 2012). Fanshawe College Interprofessional Charter; Development and Implementation. Workshop Presentation. ATBH-VI Conference, Kobe Japan
  • Khalili, H., C., Laschinger, H.K, Farah, R. (October 5-8, 2012). How to Prepare Future Health/social Professionals for Interprofessional Collaborative Clien-Centered Practice. Oral Presentation. ATBH-VI Conference, Kobe Japan
  • Khalili, H. (October 5-8, 2012). ‘High Fidelity Clinical Simulation Practice; An Innovative Approach to Improve Interprofessional Collaboration. Oral Presentation, ATBH-VI Conference, Kobe Japan
  • Khalili, H. (May 14-15, 2012). High Fidelity Clinical Simulation Practice: An Innovative Approach to Improve Interprofessional Collaboration. Oral Presentation, BC Lab Educators, BCIT, Burnaby, BC
  • Khalili, H. (May 7th-10, 2012). High Fidelity Clinical Simulation Practice: An Innovative Approach to Improve Nursing Students’ Practice. Oral Presentation, CASN Nursing Research Conference 2012, Toronto, ON
  • Khalili, H., Gilbert, J., Soubhi, H., Grymonpre, R., Tam, S., Atack, L, et.al. (November 19-21, 2011). Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative Research Network (CIHC-ResearchNet); Make it a Global Initiative. Discussion Presentation, Collaborating Across Borders III, Tucson, Arizona, USA