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This editorial describes a supplement of the Journal of Interprofessional Care (JIC) which contains the 380 abstracts accepted for Collaborating Across Borders III (CAB III), a biennial US-Canadian conference, which was held in Tucson, Arizona on November 19-21, 2011.
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 16, 2014
Introduction: Teaching strategy for nursing students needs to be varied for the future preparation and to increase confidence level in delivering quality care to patients. Interprofessional learning (IPL) is a way to encourage collaboration among health professional teams that will drive them to...
John Gilbert Jul 21, 2014
In this introduction to a special issue of Michener magazine, the author highlights the importance of breakthroughs at the Institute.
John Gilbert Jul 21, 2014
The fundamental issue facing interprofessional education hinges on using an appropriate theory, which supports testable hypotheses about the collaboration inherent in interprofessional education and interprofessional collaboration. This is a draft version of the following publication: Gilbert, J.H...
John Gilbert Jul 21, 2014
Interprofessional education needs focal points, in theory and in research - a strong theory that will allow the evaluation of parameters associated with interprofessional collaboration in education and practice, and that involves a mix of health and human service professions both within the...
John Gilbert Jul 21, 2014
The Romanow Commission (November, 2002) may be an event of the past, but in a number of different venues the work needed to set in place changes recommended by Romanow is just beginning. The most visible is the formation of the national Health Council, announced in December 2003, to be chaired by...
John Gilbert Jul 21, 2014
This editorial is a commentary on Health Professionals for a new century: transforming education to strengthen health systems in an interdependent world.
John Gilbert Apr 24, 2014
This article describes the history and development of interprofessional education (IPE) in Canada from its conceptual beginnings in the 1960s to today. The status of IPE in Canada is viewed in relation to the broader international movements for IPE and collaborative healthcare. The current goals...
John Gilbert Apr 24, 2014
The urgency for action to enhance human resources for health internationally was recently highlighted by the World Health Report 2006: Working Together for Health which revealed an estimated worldwide shortage of almost 4.3 million doctors, midwives, nurses and support workers. The 59th World...
John Gilbert Apr 24, 2014
Ideas for an international association had been debated between interprofessional exponents on both sides of the Atlantic ever since the 1997 All Together Better Health conference. Those ideas became tangible when John Gilbert and his colleagues at the University of British Columbia volunteered to...
John Gilbert Apr 24, 2014
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