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Join Judith Baggs as she presents information about the development, testing, and use of the Collaboration and Satisfaction about Care Decisions (CSACD) instrument. Since its initial development, this tool has been used for assessment by patients, patient families, and care providers in acute care and primary care settings. Join us for a discussion of this innovative tool, how it relates to the...
Earlier this month, the National Center released a new collection of measurement instruments for interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP) research, via the Resource Exchange. Interested in learning more? Join the National Center team via live webinar for an in-depth look at this new curated collection.
Feb 12, 2014 - 5:00am CST
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Sponsored By: National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
This three-and-a-half day curriculum was co-developed by experts from three universities with established IPE training programs and a national advisory committee. Training sites will provide content, skills, and strategies for facilitating and coaching IPE teams. The purpose of this program is to prepare health professions faculty and collaborative practice clinicians from all professions to lead...
This webinar is part of the Accelerating Initiative Real Stories with Real Impacts: What Worked for Accelerating Initiative Teams Webinar series.
This webinar highlights the release of the Harder+Company Community Research evaluation report of the National Center’s Accelerating Interprofessional Community-based Education and Practice Initiative.
Registration and Call for submission of abstracts/proposals will be open from January onwards. It is, however, possible to pre-register at a very low rate before December 20th: only 280€ for members (instead of 360€ or more than 400€ later on in 2017) and 380€ for non-members (instead of more than 500€ later on in 2017). Institutions can at once take a bundled pre-registration for more persons...
The 2016 Leadership Conference - Interprofessional Practice: Co-creating Collaborative Environments: Join us to engage in critical conversations about the challenges and rewards of leading collaborative practices among your faculty and with colleagues in the practice environment.
Make plans to attend the National Academies of Practice 2020 Annual Meeting & Forum in San Diego, California! The Forum will be held at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay, March 12-14, 2020. This year's title is Innovations in Interprofessional Collaboration: Scholarship, Practice and Advocacy. Our overall themes this year focus on Current Status for Interprofessional Scholarship, Practice and...
This conference will provide an opportunity for participants to discuss ideas and devise and test strategies to mobilize concerted action to improve health and wellbeing for individuals, families and communities across the world. The theme of this year’s conference is values based and interprofessional practice. Deadline to submit abstracts on conference theme of values based and...
Join our presenters, Amy Blue, PhD, Benjamin Chesluk, PhD, and Lisa Conforti, MPH, as they report their findings from a multi-methods study, suppported by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, examining assessment and evaluation practices in interprofessional education.
Learning objectives for webinar participants are: