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H2 Embedding Interprofessional Accreditation: Program Guidance within the AIPHE* Domains H3 You Do it !!….No You Do It !!….Whose Role Is It…?
G3 Leading Change Collaboratively – Relevance within and beyond Interprofessional Practice G4 Interprofessional Education: From Theory to Practice and from Practice to Theory G5 Launching Students Successfully into Collaborative Practice: An Interactive Interprofessional Workshop G6 Sharing the...
F1 Facilitating Case-based Interprofessional Education F2 Involving Patients in Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Education for Health Sciences Students F3 Using the IP-COMPASS Tool to Build a Learning Culture in Your Organization F4 Conflict in Interprofessional Life: Educating Students...
E1 Technology Enabled Interprofessional Learning E2 Practicing Interprofessional Ethical Decision-making: A Toolkit for Faculty and Trainers E3 Changing the Way Interprofessional Teams Talk E4 Tailor-made Teamwork Tools: Finding the Right Evaluation Tool for Inter-professional Training E5 ...
D1 IPE...Get Started Today: Applying Instruction Design for Success D2 NeighborhoodHELP™: A Community-based Interprofessional Service Learning Experience D3 Polarity Thinking: An Essential IPE and IPC Leadership Skill D4 Sustainability of Community-university Partnerships in IPE: Reviewing the...
C1 Surfacing Values, Meaning and Respect: Narrative & Non-deliberative Approaches to Interprofessional Education & Research C2 Debriefer Training as an Essential Component of Interprofessional Healthcare Team Training C3 Building Better Teams: An Appreciative Inquiry Approach to...
B1 Innovations in Teaching: How to Construct and Conduct an Interprofessional Course on Applied Decision-Making B2 Answering the Question: How do I Facilitate IP Activities into Traditional Student Placements? B3 Interprofessional Education and Simulation: Application and Opportunities B4 One...
A1 Team-Driven Learning-Leadership in Action A2 Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Haiti: Building the Dream team for Disaster Relief A3 Putting the "I" Back in Teams A4 Partnership: An Essential Paradigm for Effective Interprofessional Collaboration A5 Use of Information and...
A two-year (2009-2011) interprofessional collaboration of the Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care that was engaged after leaders of the licensed ACCAHC disciplines determined that their principal shared area of interest was to respond to the growing interest of...
John Weeks Sep 16, 2013
This course defines and discusses the background of biomedical health informatics (BMHI), illustrates BMHI initiatives, and explores the benefits that BMHI can provide to consumers, health systems, communities, and research in order to improve safety, patient access, and quality of care outcomes...
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