Transition to practice: can rural interprofessional education make a difference?

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Submitted by Jill Romeo on Mar 18, 2024 - 6:13pm CDT

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Journal Article

This study investigated student learning experiences over the first two complete years of the programme, comparing responses from participating students with those from a cohort of non-participating peers. This study finds that if multiple learning objectives can be met concurrently in well supported rural IPE programmes, learning outcomes can be maximised for a wide range of health professional students in ways that are sustainable and beneficial for local communities.

Pullon, S.
Wilson, C.
Gallagher, P.
Skinner, C.
McKinlay, E.
Gray, L.
McHugh, P.