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Preceptors in the Nexus Toolkit

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Ready to enhance your practice site into an interprofessional clinical learning environment?

What you'll get from this toolkit

The toolkit provides professional development opportunities for preceptors who provide education in practice settings to interprofessional learners. This includes a wide array of tools that support and enrich interprofessional practice and education to enhance patient care and the learner experience. You can use any or all of the tools in a variety of settings- everything is customizable! The tools are available in a variety of formats:

The Arizona Nexus: The First Five Years

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Abstract: Arizona Nexus is a pioneer Nexus Innovations Network (NIN) member with the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (National Center) and a statewide collaborative with members from five public and private universities and six health care organizations in Arizona.

Karen J. Saewert - Jan 31, 2019

Toward a system where workforce planning and interprofessional practice and education are designed around patients and populations not professions

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Traditional workforce planning methodologies and interprofessional education (IPE) approaches will not address the significant challenges facing health care systems seeking to integrate services, eliminate waste and meet rising demand within fixed or shrinking budgets. This article describes how New Zealand’s workforce planning approach could be used as a model by other countries to move toward needs-based, interprofessional workforce planning.

Pain and Culture: an Interprofessional Learning Module for Prelicensure Health Professional Students

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Pain and Culture: an Interprofessional Learning Module for Prelicensure Health Professional Students

 

Teresa Schicker - Dec 28, 2018

Nurse Education, Practice, Quality, and Practice: Registered Nurses in Primary Care (NEPQR-RNPC) Engagement Group

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Welcome to the Nurse Education, Practice, Quality, and Practice: Registered Nurses in Primary Care (NEPQR-RNPC) Engagement Group. This forum serves as a place for the NEPQR-RNPC Program awardees to network, collaborate, and share relevant best practices, resources, information, and activities to advance the Program's goals.  

Editorial: Interprofessional Education in the Age of Risk and Innovation

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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 shifts occurring in health care and health professions education and the importance of asking the right questions. This editorial provides a synopsis of Brandt’s address and raises questions for  nurse educators.

Scott Reeves: 1967-2018

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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.

Nexus Summit 2018 Resource Guide- The Power of Asking the Right Questions: IPE in the Age of Risk and Innovation

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Nexus Summit 2018 Resource Guide for Opening Plenary, The Power of Asking the Right Questions: IPE in the Age of Risk and Innovation.

Barbara Brandt - Jul 29, 2018

Vodcast Series: How Do I Get Started with Interprofessional Education? A Guided Tour of Key Principles, Practical Pearls, and Existing Resources

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This vodcast series is a faculty development resource developed by experts in the field of interprofessional education. The vodcast is designed to be practical and user-friendly for individuals or teams of faculty who are in the early stages of implementing interprofessional education.

Securing an Interprofessional Future for Australian Health Professional Education and Practice

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The SIF Project has been funded to lead and develop a whole of system approach to Australian IPE as a way of contributing to the delivery of high quality, patient responsive and sustainable health services. The project team is working in close partnership with all relevant stakeholders to ensure that every student who graduates from an Australian university with a health profession qualification at entry level has achieved the core capabilities required for successful interprofessional and collaborative practice and continuing interprofessional learning across their professional lives.