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The SIF Project has been funded to lead and develop a whole of system approach to Australian IPE as a way of contributing to the delivery of high quality, patient responsive and sustainable health services. The project team is working in close partnership with all relevant stakeholders to ensure...
On March 28, 2018 Barbara Brandt and Erin Fraher presented the closing keynote at the Rhode Island Collaborative for Interprofessional Education and Practice's Spring 2018 Symposium. Their keynote included a deep dive into new "old school/new school" thinking about connecting new models of...
February 21, 2018 Barbara F. Brandt, PhD and Erin P. Fraher, PhD, MPP Presentation at Blending the Blues: A Collaboration with IPE4UNC and Duke AHEAD           Presentation Overview
The Nurse Practitioner & Dentist Model for Primary Care, piloted at Harvard School of Dental Medicine, promotes interprofessional collaborative practice and interprofessional education by integrating primary care services provided by a nurse practitioner into an academic dental practice...
The Interprofessional Care for People with Multiple Chronic Conditions (IPCMCC) modules will prepare you to work in interprofessional teams to foster self-management by patients with multiple chronic conditions through the application of proven coaching strategies.
Many clinicians associate “curriculum” with traditional classroom or simulation-based education.  In these settings, goals and objectives guide the instruction, materials, and activities of the session and teachers control much of the learning experience. 
Laural Traylor, MSW Feb 8, 2018
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
Several systematic reviews have been conducted on the relationship between interprofessional collaboration and health outcomes using quantitative studies. But no systematic review had yet been conducted on this topic using qualitative studies. The following paper addresses this gap. A systematic...
Yuri Jadotte Dec 13, 2017
Collaboration among different healthcare professionals consists of effective teamwork and communication that involves patients and families, and is based on a clear understanding of each others’ roles and responsibilities on the healthcare team, and a deep appreciation for the value that all...
Yuri Jadotte Dec 13, 2017
Interprofessionalism is grounded in a core set of guiding principles for educational and practice initiatives among healthcare professionals. It has been shown to improve proximal outcomes, such as patient satisfaction. However, the link between interprofessionalism and more distal outcomes, such...
Yuri Jadotte Dec 13, 2017
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