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Scott Reeves

PhD, MSc, PGCE, BSc
Professor in Interprofessional Research; Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Interprofessional Care
Social Science
Kingston University & St George's, University of London

About Me

I am a social scientist who has been undertaking health professions education and health services research for over 20 years.  Currently, I am Professor in Interprofessional Research, Centre for Health and Social Care Research, Kingston and St George’s, University of London, UK. For the past six years I have served as Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Interprofessional Care. Originally from the UK, I spent a decade in North America, initially in Canada (University of Toronto) and also in the USA (University of California).  My main interests are focused on developing conceptual, empirical and theoretical knowledge to inform the design and implementation of interprofessional education and practice activities.  To date, I have received grants from a range of funding bodies across the world.  I have also published numerous peer-reviewed papers, book chapters, textbooks, editorials and monographs. Increasingly, my publications have been translated from English into other languages including French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Norwegian and Russian.

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My Contributions

A listing of all contributions made to the National Center community.

Resource Center Contributions

02/09/2016 - 4:44am
The EIC-ICU Toolkit is a series of three tools that are based on extensive theoretically informed qualitative research in a number of ICUs across North America. The Toolkit aims to address the...
Key factors in developing and delivering interprofessional education
05/30/2014 - 2:18pm
Interprofessional education (IPE) has been advocated in a number of policy documents for nearly 30 years as the main route to enhancing collaboration. Consequently, there has been a steady growth in...
Interprofessional education for collaborative practice: Views from a global forum workshop
05/30/2014 - 2:01pm
The Institute of Medicine’s Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education (IOM, 2013 ) report looks at examples of teamwork and collaboration in education and practice that use...
Medicine and nursing: A social contract to improve collaboration and patient-centred care?
05/30/2014 - 11:27am
While research has indicated that professionals can work in an effective manner spread across the continuum of care, professional biases, boundary protectionism and little opportunity to develop...
The moving target: Outcomes of interprofessional education
05/30/2014 - 10:49am
With the explosion of enthusiasm for interprofessional education as a means to increase collaborative practice and improve important healthcare outcomes, many institutions are devoting new resources...

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I was surprised the RIPLS was included as it is conceptually problematic. This scale is based on asking very inexperienced learners whether they consider themselves 'ready' for IPE. This is ...