Assessment of IPE to Move Beyond Attitudes: Featured Tools and Case Studies from the Field, Part 2
Development of national competencies for interprofessional education (IPE) has brought national attention to interprofessional collaboration (IPC). Most schools, training programs, and universities are implementing IPE to fulfill accreditation standards. However, creating an assessment plan for IPE is also important. The majority of scholarship around IPE has focused on changes in learners attitudes regarding IPC. There has been intensifying interest to assess IPE beyond attitudinal measures.
The presenters use Barr’s modification of the Kirkpatrick evaluation framework to focus on other methods of assessment for IPE/IPC. This webinar is the second part of a two-part series that focuses on specific measurement tools and case studies from the field that will provide participants with information on how tools are developed, validated, and used to provide quality assessment data.