IPL Through Simulation: Providing a Consistent Message
The IPL through sequential simulation resources support the facilitation of IPL tutorials for health students and health professionals. Most simulated learning interactions involve a single interaction between a health professional and a patient. Sequential simulation follows a patient's journey beyond this interaction, through the healthcare system. Each resource consists of two components: audiovisual case studies and a facilitator manual which can support an IPL tutorial. The audiovisual case studies have been developed in collaboration with industry health professionals, are based on real life events and are performed by professional actors.
This resource is 15 of 17 resources available in this series:
- Providing a Consistent Message
These resources have been completed under the leadership of Professor Cobie Rudd, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Health Advancement) and Chair in Mental Health at Edith Cowan University and the National Teaching Fellow 2011-2012, Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching for "Enhancing uptake of learning through simulation in health".
You are welcome to include any of the resources in your teaching and learning materials ensuring that the sources are appropriately acknowledged for the materials, as per the following:
Edith Cowan University 2012, Office of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Health Advancement), Interprofessional Learning through Simulation, supported by:
- Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, National Teaching Fellowship 2011-12, "Enhancing the uptake of learning through simulation in health";
- the Interprofessional Ambulatory Care Program, a clinical training initiative supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Increased Clinical Training Capacity (ICTC) Program; and
- the ECU Health Simulation Centre.
Suggested citation: Office of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Health Advancement) from Edith Cowan University (Perth). (2012). Interprofessional Learning through Simulation. <insert resource title [e.g. Discharge planning: the importance of family and team collaboration]>. Retrieved <insert date [e.g. 29 June, 2013]>, from <insert URL [e.g. http://www.ecu.edu.au/community/health-advancement/interprofessional-amb....