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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

June 2015 Volume 1, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 66

  1. Student-defined needs during interprofessional learning: The role of faculty as facilitators

    Susan Carey Johnson & Colleen Lynch, School of Nursing, United States; Kelly S. Lockeman & Alan W. Dow, Center for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Care, United States

    A limited theoretical foundation informs how faculty should facilitate interprofessional learning. This exploratory study sought to examine student needs for faculty facilitation in... More

    pp. 37-42

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  2. Internists, pharmacists, and psychologists on learning teams: An interprofessional team-based learning experience in graduate medical education

    Steven E. Bishop, Office of Educational Affairs, United States; Allison Phillips, Division of General Internal Medicine, United States; Bennett B. Lee, Office of Educational Affairs, United States; Brigitte Sicat, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Outcomes Science, United States; Bruce Rybarczyk, Department of Psychology, United States

    Curricula in graduate medical education should include active learning, enhance critical thinking skills, and promote team-work. Team-based learning (TBL) is an active learning strategy shown to... More

    pp. 43-47

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  3. Making Meaningful Use Truly Meaningful: Engaging Patients and Families through Interprofessional Teamwork

    Kathleen Attonito, Stacey Conklin, Nicole Benincasa, Paulita Ortiz, Norberto Collado, Cynthia McKie-Addy, Launette Woolforde, Joe Leggio, Derek Anderson, Kerri Scanlon, Archana Mathew, Erica Butler & Deepa Thomas

    pp. 48-49

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  4. Who Is My Care Team? Is There An App for That?

    Bridget C. Allard & Neha Shah

    p. 48

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  5. Parent Navigator Program in a Pediatric Primary Care Medical Home: Impact on Healthcare Utilization and Family Satisfaction with Navigation Services

    Alexandria Wiersma, Cara Biddle & Michelle Jiggetts

    pp. 49-50

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  6. BATHE: An Interprofessional Educational Approach to Promoting Patient-Centered Care

    Kimberly Beran-Shepler, Deb Poling & Dawn LaBarbera

    p. 49

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  7. Transdisciplinary educational strategy for improving prescribing skills in family nurse practitioner students

    Jennifer A. Flavin, Elizabeth Barker, Maria C. Pruchnicki, Alexa M. Sevin, Chris G. Green & Kyle Porter

    p. 49

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  8. Morbidity and mortality in a general mental health / substance abuse population

    Robert Bohanske

    pp. 50-51

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  9. Promoting Patient Engagement through Interactive Patient Care

    Morgan Block & Jean Acuna

    p. 50

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  10. Comparison of Student Attitudes Toward Underserved in 3 Graduate Health Profession Programs

    Elizabeth P. Boynton, Suzie Kovacs, Georgeanne Vlad & Richard Sugerman

    p. 51

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  11. Interprofessional Learning Experiences as a Component of Fulltime Clinical Practicums for Occupational and Physical Therapy Students

    Debora D. Brown

    p. 51

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  12. A Patient-Centered Approach in a Clinical Problem-Solving Course at Salus University

    Linda Casser & SallyAnn Giess

    pp. 52-53

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  13. Developing a Health Policy-Ready Practice Workforce: Violence and Health Disparities in Interprofessional Education

    Candace W. Burton

    p. 52

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  14. Designing a Model to Implement Healthcare Team Work through Coaching and Navigation

    Doug E. Carr, Rebecca A. Feather, Nancy E. Richman & Deanna L. Reising

    p. 52

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  15. Pediatric Weight Management: An interprofessional team makes a difference

    Patricia R. Castillo, Cary Kreutzer, Jazminne Orozco, Alexis Deavenport & Larry Yin

    pp. 53-54

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  16. Nurse Practitioner Students, Optometry Students, and Faculty Members Engage in Community-Based Interprofessional Practice

    Linda Casser, Mary Ann Dugan, Elizabeth Eisenhart, Mary Wilby & Aliceanne Manning

    p. 53

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  17. Patient, Family, and Community Partnerships: Using a Framework Driven Approach

    Tracy Christopherson & Michelle Troseth

    pp. 54-55

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  18. Interprofessional Faculty & Student Led Service Learning Tobacco Cessation Program

    C. Chaney, K. Hurley, A. Kugler & S. Liang-Luo

    p. 54

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  19. Aligning Care Options: An Interprofessional Approach to Engaging and Managing Complex Patients

    M. Davidson, E. Painter, A. Heilman & M. Singh

    pp. 55-56

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  20. A Pilot Study to Incorporate Interprofessional Education with FNP Students in an Online Program and Pharmacy Students in a Traditional Program Using a Blended Approach

    Jill Cunningham & Cyndi Cortes

    p. 55

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