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Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Academic Affiliations, Centers of Excellence in Primary Care Education; VA Puget Sound Healthcare System Seattle Centers of Excellence in Primary Care Education (CoEPCE) Joyce Wipf, MD; Catherine Kaminetzky, MD and Howard Mun, PharmD ...
Laural Traylor, MSW Nov 8, 2017
Centers of Excellence in Primary Care Education: Compendium of Five Case Studies: Lessons for Interprofessional Teamwork in Education and Workplace Learning Environments 2011-2016.
Laural Traylor, MSW Oct 25, 2017
Problem: The morbidity and mortality (M&M) conference is a vital event that can affect medical education, quality improvement, and peer review in academic departments. Historically, M&M conferences have emphasized cases that highlight diagnostic uncertainty or complex management conundrums...
The Clinical Prevention and Population Health Curriculum Framework provides a common core of knowledge for clinical health professions about individual and population‐oriented prevention and health promotion efforts. The Framework can support interprofessional prevention education and practice. The...
This report provides a primer for implementing interprofessional education (IPE) within pharmacy and health sciences curricula. In 2013, a panel of administrators and faculty members, whose institutions offered IPE, funded by the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, shared best collaborative practice models...
Objective The purpose of this project was to prepare advanced students (dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, and occupational therapy) to be facilitators for interprofessional small groups and evaluate them compared to faculty facilitators. Methods
Objective To describe the development and pilot study of the Practice Site Readiness for Interprofessional Education (PRIPE) instrument. Methods
The profession of pharmacy has evolved gradually for more than a century and has seen many educational challenges and reforms. The pharmacy curriculum is science-based and varies widely in different parts of the world in both content and outcomes. The global pharmacy curriculum could be broadly...
The Institute of Medicine explores the existing evidence-base related to the education of health professionals in quality improvement, the educational and regulatory barriers to integrating this approach in the academic and continuing education settings, proposed actions for incorporating quality...
BACKGROUND: Nearly all health professional students and prescribers, regardless of specialty, will care for older adults who are enrolled in or eligible for the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit. Given the growing numbers of older adults, the increased burden of chronic disease, and the...
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