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Introducing the Assessment and Evaluation Home Page: Launch of the redesigned Measurement Instrument Collection and Practical Guides
This chapter describes the development and implementation of an innovative course in interprofessional education (IPE), which ensures a large number and variety of health professions students have the appropriate foundations to collaborate. A description...
The Lewis and Clark Family Health Clinic, a nurse managed center and interprofessional model, is the only primary care clinic operated by a community college in the United States, with outreach facilities to the medically underserved rural areas through...
Interprofessional education (IPE) has been defined as two or more students or professionals from different disciplines learning from, with, and about each other. It is anticipated that through a collaborative environment of interprofessional education,...
Kelly Ramella Dec 29, 2016
Strategic planning, typically used in business settings, can also be useful in developing and implementing interprofessional faculty development programming. Using the SWOT analysis, a strategic planning technique, educational leaders can identify the...
Professional Gaps and Educational Needs: Despite high functioning interprofessional teams being present at acute care and inpatient rehabilitation, a significant amount of information is lost in the transition between facilities. A retrospective chart...
Leaders in health professions education schools and programs are under pressure to respond to new accreditation requirements for interprofessional education (IPE). The work of creating and sustaining an IPE program at an academic health center is in many...
This multi-institutional study examines changes in physician assistant student attitudes at program entry and at graduation, using the RIPLS and IEPS, and discusses implications for IPE curricula and theimportance of role models for IPE.
Desiree Lie Oct 25, 2016
Health care is moving toward a workforce that emphasizes teamwork competencies and working in teams of providers to optimally meet health care needs. To be prepared for the realities of ongoing care delivery changes, health professions education is...

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