Who is Being Assessed or Evaluated?:
Self-report (e.g., survey, questionnaire, self-rating)
Notes for Data Sources:
The longitudinal research program to date has been used with two cohorts of students from two intakes. Cohort 1 (n=852) comprised students in ten professional programs: Adult nursing, Physiotherapy, Mental health nursing, Children’s nursing, Midwifery, Diagnostic imaging, Social work, Occupational therapy, Radiotherapy, and Learning disabilities nursing. Cohort 2 (n=232) comprised only adult, children's and mental health nursing students. Notably, MD students were not included in either cohort.
Attitudes, values, beliefs regarding IPE, IPCP, professions
Reported perceptions, experiences of working relationships, teamwork
Behaviors / skills
Notes for Content:
All three surveys contains the first three core measures. Only the IIQ and FIQ contain the fourth scale.
1. The Communication and Teamwork Scale (self-assessment of skills)
2. The Interprofessional Learning Scale (attitudes towards learning in an interprofessional setting)
3. The Interprofessional Interaction Scale (perceptions of other interprofessional colleagues and interactions)
4. The Interprofessional Relationships Scale (perception of their own relationships with health and social care colleagues)
35 items; no time length is specified.
The Communication and Teamwork Scale has a 4-point likert-type scale ranging from 1 (strongly agree) to 4 (strongly disagree); the other scales have a 5-point likert-type scale ranging from 1 (strongly agree) to 5 (strongly disagree).
The longitudinal research plan calls for data collection at four time points. Students complete the UWE-ELIQ during the first weeks of their first year in school, on-site in paper form. They complete the IIE during their second year of students, and the FIQ at graduation (qualification), and again after nine months of practice.
The Communication and Teamwork Scale is summed, and scores between 9-20, 21-25, and 26-36 indicate positive, neutral, and negative groupings. The Interprofessional Learning and Interprofessional Interaction Scales are summed, and scores between 9-22, 23-31, and 32-45 indicate positive, neutral, and negative groupings. The Interprofessional Relationships Scale is summed, and scores between 8-20, 21-27, and 28-40 indicate positive, neutral, and negative groupings.
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