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An integral component of interprofessional education (IPE) is the development of a collaboration-ready health-care workforce.  While collaboration is a fundamental element of IPE, there is no existing measure of collaboration skills that is not context specific.  This article describes the...
Leslie Hinyard Jan 23, 2018
The attached two-sided document is an IPE Reflection Worksheet and is mapped to Kirkpatrick Levels.  This tool was presented at the 2017 CAB VI Conference (Ofstad, Noureddine, Hagge, & Brady, 2017).  An online version of this tool may be viewed at:
This 4-item, 3-point scale is modified from the original 7-item scale and is adapted for ease of applicability to clinical settings. It is intended for the assesment of individuals within an interprofessional team in a patient encounter, to provide performance feedback. The scale was validated in...
Desiree Lie May 8, 2017
The ATRA Standards for the Practice of Recreational Therapy & Self-Assessment Guide, published in 2013, consists of 12 standards and the Self-Assessment Guide (SOP/SAG).  The manual was written in a format that provides a comprehensive description of recreational therapy practice, consistent...
Kelly Ramella May 8, 2017
Scientifically developed and validated online tools for managing teams. Includes the Team-Maker, which assigns students to teams using instructor-specified criteria selected from a list of questions or written by the instructor. Also includes CATME Peer Evaluation, which collects and summarizes...
Matthew Ohland Oct 3, 2016
The ATOSCE is a simulation and assessment tool involving an interprofessional, ambulatory (outpatient) encounter.  Western University of Health Sciences developed the tool to provide geriatric-focused IPE teamwork education and practice with simulated exercises. Two cases were developed and...
David Dickter Jul 20, 2016
As interprofessional education moves from classroom to clinical settings, assessing clinical training sites for a high level of “teamness” to ensure optimal learning environments is critical but often problematic ahead of student placement. We developed a tool (Assessment for Collaborative...
Virginia Tilden May 11, 2016
Interprofessional education (IPE) focusing on patient centered care is an emerging trend in health care education. With the goal of facilitating interprofessional teamwork and collaboration, an IPE forum was implemented following the keys to success outlined by Buring et al, and the impact of the...
Chad Lairamore Feb 2, 2016
PURPOSE: Teamwork has become an integral part of health care delivery. Such emphasis on teamwork has generated the need to systematically measure and improve the learning and performance of health care teams. The purpose of this study was to develop a comprehensive assessment instrument, the...
Brenda Helen Sheingold Jan 12, 2016
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Our objective was to describe the psychometric properties of a measure of team development that can be used to assess and guide team functioning in health care settings.
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