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ISVS: Interprofessional Socialization and Valuing Scale

ISVS: Interprofessional Socialization and Valuing Scale

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Submitted by National Center... on Nov 4, 2013 - 8:44am CST

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 shift towards collaborative care in health care settings. The tool has 3 subscales: ability to work with others, value in working with others, and comfort in working with others. 

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ITPS: Interdisciplinary Team Performance Scale

ITPS: Interdisciplinary Team Performance Scale

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Submitted by National Center... on Nov 4, 2013 - 8:28am CST

The Interdisciplinary Team Process Scale (ITPS) was developed to assess interdisciplinary team performance in long-term care settings and to measure performance in the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

This is a 59-item tool with a 5-point scale that is used to assess interdisciplinary team performance in health care settings. The tool has 6 subscales: leadership, communication, coordination, conflict management, team cohesion, and perceived unit effectiveness.

 

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IEPS: Interdisciplinary Education Perception Scale

IEPS: Interdisciplinary Education Perception Scale

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Submitted by National Center... on Nov 1, 2013 - 4:30pm CDT

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 used to assess the effect of interprofessional education experiences on undergraduate students.  The tool has 4 subscales: competency and autonomy, perceived need for cooperation and perception of actual cooperation and understanding others' roles. 

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IIC: Index for Interdisciplinary Collaboration

IIC: Index for Interdisciplinary Collaboration

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Submitted by National Center... on Nov 1, 2013 - 2:20pm CDT

Index of Interdisciplinary Collaboration (IIC) was developed to measure the self-reported level of collaboration amongst professionals (originally social workers and other professionals) and these professional interactions with the goal of improved services to clients.

The 49-item 5-point scale Index of Interdisciplinary Collaboration tool is used to assess aspects and levels of interprofessional collaboration in an organization. The tool has 5 subscales: interdependence, newly created professional activities,  flexibility, collective ownership of goals and reflection on process.

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HTVI: Healthcare Team Vitality Instrument

HTVI: Healthcare Team Vitality Instrument

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Submitted by National Center... on Oct 9, 2013 - 3:42pm CDT

The Healthcare Team Vitality Instrument (HTVI) was developed and revised to assess team collaboration and patient safety, with a specific emphasis on team vitality.  The shorter version was developed to assess the impact of interventions on team vitality.

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GRPQ: General Role Perception Questionnaire

GRPQ: General Role Perception Questionnaire

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Submitted by National Center... on Oct 9, 2013 - 3:40pm CDT

The Role Perception Questionnaire (RPQ) was developed to evaluate undergraduate healthcare students’ perceptions about the roles of other professions in interprofessional education. The GRPQ can be used to measure changes in role perception of a range of other professions.

The General Role Perception Questionnaire is a 20-item tool with a 10-point scale that is used to obtain views of the role of another profession. The GRPQ can be used to measure change in role perception of a range of other professions.

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ATHCT: Attitudes Toward Health Care Teams Scale

ATHCT: Attitudes Toward Health Care Teams Scale

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Submitted by National Center... on Oct 9, 2013 - 3:39pm CDT

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.

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AHPQ: Attitudes to Health Professional Questionnaire ©

AHPQ: Attitudes to Health Professional Questionnaire ©

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Submitted by National Center... on Oct 9, 2013 - 3:37pm CDT

The Attitudes to Health Professions Questionnaire (AHPQ) was developed to determine attitudes of health professionals towards other health professions.  AHPQ has been proposed to measure how these attitudes change over time and the effect of interprofessional education.

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