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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

June 2019 Volume 15, Number 1

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Number of articles: 29

  1. Pediatrician attitudes and practices regarding postpartum depression screening: Training and interprofessional collaboration needed

    Miao Yu & McClain Sampson

    Although research suggest that managing postpartum depression (PPD) is feasible and effective in pediatric settings, it is important to assess pediatricians' attitudes and practices regarding PPD... More

    pp. 1-4

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  2. Reflections on an inter-professional simulation event for paramedic science and learning disability nursing students

    L. Harper, K. Pavoni, J. Garvey, S. Ehigiamusoe, S. Egels & E. Bowman, Kingston and St Georges University, United Kingdom

    pp. 5-8

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  3. The Big Ten IPE Academic Alliance: A regional approach to developing Interprofessional Education and practice

    Frank J. Ascione, College of Pharmacy, United States; Brian Sick, University of Minnesota Medical Center, United States; Kelly Karpa, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, United States; James McAuley, College of Pharmacy, United States; Devin R. Nickol, Department of Internal Medicine, United States; Zachary A. Weber, College of Pharmacy, United States; Andrea L. Pfeifle, School of Medicine, United States

    Interprofessional practice and education (IPE) efforts has greatly increased in the past few years, primarily through the leadership of several national and international organizations. These... More

    pp. 9-14

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  4. Novel partnerships for interprofessional education: A pilot education program in 3D technologies for human centered computing students and physical therapy students

    Karen L. Gordes & Sandy McCombe Waller

    The role of emerging technologies in the rehabilitative care of patients continues to grow. In order to effectively provide care in a complex medical system, rehabilitative specialists need to be... More

    pp. 15-18

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  5. Insights and observations during a real-world life participation approach to aphasia – At sea!

    Linda S. Carozza

    p. 19

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  6. Collaboration between doctors and nurses in the care of Acute Coronary Syndrome patients at Emergency Departments from the nurses' perspective

    Titin Andri Wihastuti, Yulia Candra Lestari, Septi Dewi Rachmawati & Kumboyono Kumboyono, School of Nursing, Indonesia

    Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) is a complex case that requires a collaborative action between the doctors and the nurses. This research aims to explore the collaboration experience between nurses... More

    pp. 20-23

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  7. Healthcare professionals’ perceptions regarding interprofessional collaborative practice in Indonesia

    Rezki Yeti Yusra, Graduate of Master Program in Medical Education, Indonesia; Ardi Findyartini & Diantha Soemantri, Department of Medical Education, Indonesia

    Effective interprofessional collaborative practice can strengthen and optimise healthcare. Objective assessment of collaborative practice using a valid instrument is important in a healthcare... More

    pp. 24-29

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  8. Perinatal IPE simulation can improve collaborative competencies

    Kathryn Trotter, Duke University School of Nursing, United States; Melinda Blazar, Department of Community and Family Medicine, United States; Virginia C. Muckler, Duke University Nurse Anesthesia Program, United States; Michele Kuszajewski & Margory A. Molloy, Center for Nursing Discovery, United States

    pp. 30-33

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  9. Comparison of single versus multiple learners in standardized patient communication skills training in palliative care

    Michael L. Spear, Director, CORE Palliative Care Team, United States; Leland J. Rockstraw, Assistant Dean & Associate Clinical Professor of Nursing, United States; Bruce Bernstein, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, United States

    Simulation training has gained wide usage over many disciplines in medical education. According to Donovan et al., "In the use of simulated patients, the actors are experienced, and the... More

    pp. 34-37

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  10. Determining the impact of an interprofessional teaching clinic on patients' experience of care

    Sarah Shrader, University of Kansas School of Pharmacy, United States; Hannah Maxfield, University of Kansas Medical Center School of Medicine, United States; Stephen Jernigan, University of Kansas Medical Center School of Health Professions, United States

    To understand patients’ experience of care provided by a team of students in an interprofessional teaching clinic.Patient satisfaction survey data was collected during a two-week period annually... More

    pp. 38-42

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  11. Engaging interprofessional students and providers for primary care redesign

    Lisa Burkhart, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, United States; Trisha Leann Horsley, College of Nursing, United States; Jorgia Connor & Joanne Kouba, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, United States; Aaron Michelfelder, Stritch School of Medicine, United States; Frances Vlasses, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, United States

    pp. 43-47

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  12. Practicing interprofessional communication competencies with health profession learners in a palliative care virtual simulation: A curricular short report

    Heidi Sanborn, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, United States; Jessica Cole, EdPlus at ASU Instructional Design, United States; Teri Kennedy, Ida Johnson Feaster Professorship in Interprofessional Practice and Education (IPE), The, United States; Karen J. Saewert, Academic Innovation and ASU Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, United States

    This 6-week learning activity used an online virtual reality environment through Second Life® to advance interprofessional education with a convenience sample of undergraduate and graduate health... More

    pp. 48-54

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  13. Preliminary evaluation of pharmacy resident integration within an academic interprofessional patient aligned care team at a Veterans Affairs Academic Medical Center

    Ashley L. Adams, Sells Hospital, United States; Richard M. Cadle, Amber B. Amspoker, Lindsey A. Martin & Sonya R. Wilmer, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, United States; Julianna M. Fernandez, College of Pharmacy, United States; Christina E. Pereira, Ruby M. Shah & LeChauncy D. Woodard, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, United States; Catherine L. Hatfield, College of Pharmacy, United States

    The purpose of this paper is to describe pharmacy residents' experience and other post-graduate trainees' perspectives of pharmacy involvement in the initial stages of an interprofessional... More

    pp. 55-59

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  14. Interprofessional service learning experiences among health professional students: A systematic search and review of learning outcomes

    Nichole E. Stetten, University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions, United States; Erik W. Black, University of Florida College of Medicine, United States; Mary Edwards & Nancy Schaefer, University of Florida Health Science Center Libraries, United States; Amy V. Blue, University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions, United States

    Interprofessional education and service learning offer inviting learning contexts for students from diverse professions to engage in learning about and improving communities. Given the growth of... More

    pp. 60-69

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  15. Interprofessional collaboration among complementary and integrative health providers in private practice and community health centers

    Beth Rosenthal, Academic Collaborative for Integrative Health, United States; Hannah Gravrand, VA Connecticut Healthcare System, United States; Anthony J. Lisi, University of Bridgeport, United States

    The current healthcare environment is placing increasing emphasis on interprofessional collaboration (IPC). IPC may be of particular importance to complementary and integrative health (CIH)... More

    pp. 70-74

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  16. Interprofessional education: A controlled trial of a shared-learning skills simulation between RN & OT students

    Julie A. Spencer, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College, United States; Steven D. Taff & Ling Chen, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, United States

    Interprofessional education (IPE) in healthcare aims to enhance collaborative, evidence-based care. Case-based IPE scenarios incorporating clinical evidence and professional role information may... More

    pp. 75-81

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  17. National survey of chief pediatric residents' attitudes, practices, and training in collaborating with schools

    Jeffrey D. Shahidullah, University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School, United States; Susan G. Forman, Rutgers University, United States; Mohammed H. Palejwala, Michigan State University, United States; Anindita Chaudhuri, Liza E. Pincus, Erica Lee, Rachel Shafrir & Christina Barone, Rutgers University, United States

    The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that pediatricians be trained to collaborate with school personnel and has stated that inadequate collaboration across systems is a contributor to... More

    pp. 82-87

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  18. Modifying constraint induced movement therapy for diverse populations

    Nicole Whiston, Teressa Garcia Reidy, Erin Naber, Joan Carney & Cynthia Salorio, Fairmount Rehabilitation Programs, United States

    This paper aims to describe a modified constraint induced movement therapy (mCIMT) protocol used within a comprehensive interdisciplinary day rehabilitation program for a multi-needs population,... More

    pp. 88-93

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  19. A mock job interview to assess an interprofessional education program

    Jodi Polaha, Ivy Click & Brian Cross, ETSU Department of Family Medicine, United States; Adam Welch, Rick Hess & Jessica Burchette, Department of Pharmacy Practice, United States

    Evaluation of interprofessional education (IPE) has been limited to students’ self-report and rarely assessed content validity using real-world input.This study compared students who did and did... More

    pp. 94-99

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  20. Advancing interprofessional theory: Deliberative democracy as a participatory research antidote to power differentials in aged care

    Peter Nugus, Centre for Medical Education and Department of Family Medicine, Canada; Geetha Ranmuthugala, School of Rural Medicine, Australia; Joanne Travaglia, Health Services Management, Australia; David Greenfield, Australian Institute of Health Services Management, Australia; Josianne Lamothe, School of Criminology, Canada; Anne Hogden, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Australia; Kendall Kolne, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Canada; Jeffrey Braithwaite, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Australia

    Interprofessional relations in health care have been examined through the frame of “clinical democracy”. Yet, traditional interpretations of democracy have assumed a zero-sum, competitive... More

    pp. 100-111

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