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This tool is designed to help assess the extent to which the group being observed is behaving as an interprofessional team.
Carolyn Giordano Jan 13, 2014
The Attitudes Toward Health Care Teams scale (ATHCT) was developed as a pre- and post- measure or longitudinal monitor of attitudes toward health care teams among team members and/or trainees and their supervisors in clinically based team training programs.
This version of the IPEC Competency Self-Assessment Tool is a 42-item self-assessment questionnaire with items based on the competencies defined by the Interprofessional Education Collaboartive expert panel. It is designed for health professional students to rate their ability level on each...
Kelly Lockeman Mar 7, 2014
The Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale (RIPLS) was developed to assess the attitudes and perceptions of students and professionals to determine their readiness for interprofessional learning and change. RIPLS is proposed to measure a change in attitudes, the effect of different...
IPFS was developed to assess skills in interprofessional education facilitation to aid educators shifting from the more didactic teacher role to the more interactive facilitator-of-learning role which requires effort and skill acquisition. This scale can quantify the necessary skillset by...
Evidence suggests that teamwork is essential for safe, reliable practice. Creating health care teams able to function effectively in patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs), practices that organize care around the patient and demonstrate achievement of defined quality care standards, remains...
Emily Leasure Apr 2, 2015
The Interprofessional Socialization and Valuing Scale (ISVS) was developed to evaluate the beliefs, behaviors, and attitudes that underlie interprofessional socialization and collaborative practice in health care settings. This is a 24-item tool with a 7-point scale used to assess the extent of...
CPAT was developed to assess levels of collaboration intended to assist clinical teams in identifying strengths and weaknesses in their collaborative practice thereby providing opportunities for focused educational interventions.
The Safety Organizing Scale was developed by Vogus and Sutcliffe at Indiana University School of Nursing and IU school of Medicine. This is a tool that is robust , valid and reliable . We will be using the measuement tool with the NEPQR grant to cultivate IPCP enviroments both in Acute ACC and...
julie LaMothe Jan 28, 2014
Satisfaction survey, endorsed by NQF, to evaluate family satisfaction of hospice care.  Developed by National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization in collaboration with Dr. Joan Teno, Brown University.
Rebekah Ellsworth Feb 12, 2014
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