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Barbara Brandt presented the keynote address at the IPEC Spring Institute, Interprofessional Education: Building a Framework for Collaboration on Wednesday, May 3, 2017. Brandt's presentation, "Interprofessional Practice and Education: So where are we now?" provides a contextual view of the...
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
There is a need for validated and easy-to-apply behavior-based tools for assessing interprofessional team competencies in clinical settings. The 7-item observer-based Modified McMaster-Ottawa scale was developed for the Team Objective Structured Clinical Encounter (TOSCE) to assess individual and...
Desiree Lie May 8, 2017
Academic programs interested in implementing interprofessional education in their communication sciences and disorders curricula can learn about a successful model from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Rebecca Inzana 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
This Curriculum for an Interprofessional Seminar on Integrated Primary Care (IS-IPC) is a resource to develop eductional experiences for an interprofessional group of learners about the competencies needed to work together in an integrated healthcare team.  It was designed for use with learners...
Catherine Grus Apr 18, 2017
Barbara Brandt delivered the opening keynote at the National Academies of Practice Annual Meeting on March 17, 2017. The presentation is entitled: Let's Get on the Balcony (Or Space Station): What We are Learning Today and outlines current initiatives by the National Center as an unbiased, neutral...
Integrated care is complicated. Integrated care that centers around the whole person in context of their community is even more complicated. These three mini-stories from a doctor, an educator, and a psychiatric care coordinator begin to show us the power of meeting patients where they are.
Barbara Brandt and Connie Schmitz published a guest editorial in the Journal of Interprofessional Care in 2017, outlining the approach to and rationale for the redesign of the National Center's measurement instrument collection on NexusIPE.org.  From the Introduction:
Introducing the Assessment and Evaluation Home Page: Launch of the redesigned Measurement Instrument Collection and Practical Guides
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