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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...
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.
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...
The Interdisciplinary Education Perception Scale (IEPS) was developed to gauge professionally oriented perceptions and related affective domains for participants in interdisciplinary education programs.  This is an 18-item tool with a 5-point scale (later adapted to a 12-item tool) that can be...
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 Team Climate Inventory (TCI) was developed to measure team function. This tool can be used to measure proximal work group climate and team members' perceptions of climatic dimensions in organizational climate surveys, team building and development, selection of new members into groups, and...
The Observational Teamwork Assessment for Surgery (OTAS) was developed to measure the quality of teamwork and interactions in the operating theatre. The tool assesses teamwork-related task checklists and teamwork-related behaviors.  It can be used to provide a way to benchmark good teamwork skills...
Picker Institute’s Eight Principles of Patient-Centered Care originated with the Seven Dimensions of Patient-Centered Care, whose development was traced in the 1993 groundbreaking book Through the Patient’s Eyes. Using a wide range of focus groups—recently discharged patients, family members,...
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 Perception of Interprofessional Collaboration Model Questionnaire (PINCOM-Q) was developed to measure perceptions and behavior between professionals in the interprofessional collaboration process on an individual, group, and organizational level.
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