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Understanding the connection between climate and health is essential for health professionals of all disciplines. Climate Change and Health: An Interprofessional Response consists of nine short slide decks that can be utilized to introduce the connection between climate change and health to health...
Teresa Schicker Nov 29, 2018
6+ collaborative trainings for government & community leaders The series will engage a wide audience, including public health lawyers as well as practitioners in health and planning departments, school districts, and health-oriented organizations and coalitions. Community champions—teachers,...
Teresa Schicker Nov 29, 2018
In the United States, there is a heightened national awareness of the central role of primary care in improving population health and managing cost growth.  Health care provider organizations, payers and policymakers need to identify preferred and sustainable primary care workforce models that draw...
In the United States, there is a heightened national awareness of the central role of primary care in improving population health and managing cost growth.  Health care provider organizations, payers and policymakers need to identify preferred and sustainable primary care workforce models that draw...
The Net Promoter System, used in many industries to gain customer loyalty and grow business, is also in use at UnitedHealth Group where the Center for Clinician Advancement (CFCA) implements learning, development and collaborative efforts to encourage interprofessional collaborative practice team...
In July 2018, over 400 health professionals gathered in Minneapolis, MN to attend the Nexus Summit, “Creating Results: Interprofessional Vision to Action.” In her plenary address, Barbara Brandt, Director of the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, spoke about the seismic...
In this chapter we describe the creation of a data repository, the National Center Data Repository (NCDR) and a national network of performance sites generating that data, the National Innovation Network (NIN) for the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (hereafter the...
Producing the best evidence to show educational outcomes, such as competency achievement and credentialing effectiveness, across the health professions education continuum will require large multisite research projects and longitudinal studies. Current limitations that must be overcome to reach...
In this editorial for the Journal of Interprofessional Care, authors including National Center director Barbara F. Brandt pay tribute to Scott Reeves, Editor-in-Chief.
The National Collaborative for Improving the Clinical Learning Environment (NCICLE) is a growing group of over 40 organizations representing a variety of health professions. NCICLE is beginning a discussion of issues related to culture in health care, specifically how the current culture inhibits...
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