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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

June 2019 Volume 15, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 29

  1. Collaboration in healthcare delivery interprofessional

    LoriAnn Pajalich

    pp. 112-113

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  2. An interprofessional case study competition addressing community healthcare needs and the opioid crisis

    Kelle K. DeBoth, School of Health Sciences, United States; Patricia Stoddard-Dare, School of Social Work, United States; Susan Bruce, Department of Pharmacy Practice, United States; Joan Niederriter, Cleveland State University, United States

    pp. 114-118

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  3. The benefits of interprofessional learning and teamwork in primary care ambulatory training settings

    Patricia A. Carney, Erin K. Thayer, Ryan Palmer & Ari B. Galper, Oregon Health & Science University, United States; Brenda Zierler, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems, United States; M. Patrice Eiff, Oregon Health & Science University, United States

    New skills for assembling, working effectively in, and leading teams are needed to prepare the next generation of health professionals who work in outpatient settings.To report on a qualitative... More

    pp. 119-126

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  4. Interprofessional empathy and communication competency development in healthcare professions’ curriculum through immersive virtual reality experiences

    Sherleena Buchman & Deborah Henderson

    Virtual Reality 360 (VR) Video for student learning was implemented into a face-to-face interprofessional course. A blend of undergraduate and graduate students from eight health sciences... More

    pp. 127-130

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  5. Assessing interprofessional collaboration: Pilot of an interprofessional feedback survey for first-year medical students

    Anelah K. McGinness, Maria Wamsley & Josette Rivera, University of California, United States

    Most medical students graduate without receiving feedback from a non-physician – a missed opportunity given the important role that interprofessional (IP) feedback plays in helping students develop... More

    pp. 131-137

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  6. Understanding and addressing the impact of hearing acuity on healthcare and healthcare communication

    Lori A. Pakulski, University of Toledo, United States; Molly McCormick, University of Tennessee, United States; Taylor Robbins & Jennifer Glassman, University of Toledo, United States; Erika S. Squires, Wayne State University, United States

    Patient-professional relationships are essential to general well-being and resilience, and the cornerstone of those relationships is good communication. Yet, more than 33% of adults over the age of... More

    pp. 138-141

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  7. Time and effort in care coordination for patients with complex health and social needs: Lessons from a community-based intervention

    Zachary Martinez, Formerly of Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, United States; Ekin Koker, University of Massachusetts, United States; Aaron Truchil, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, United States; Hari Balasubramanian, University of Massachusetts, United States

    To provide a detailed description of time spent by non-physician members of an interprofessional care coordination team for individuals with multiple chronic conditions and complex social needs... More

    pp. 142-148

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  8. The supporting and inhibiting factors of interprofessional collaborative practice in a newly established teaching hospital

    Diantha Soemantri, Department of Medical Education, Indonesia; Daniel Richard Kambey, Indonesia Young Health Professionals' Society (IYHPS), Indonesia; Rezki Yeti Yusra, Medical Education Centre, Indonesia; Amandha Boy Timor, Indonesia Young Health Professionals' Society (IYHPS), Indonesia; Candrika Dini Khairani & Daniar Setyorini, Medical Education Centre, Indonesia; Ardi Findyartini, Department of Medical Education, Indonesia

    The abilities of healthcare workers to collaborate effectively in the work environment are essential for improving healthcare services. Several factors are known to influence collaborative practice... More

    pp. 149-156

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  9. The effectiveness of interprofessional classroom-based education in medical curricula: A systematic review

    G. Vuurberg, J.A.M. Vos, L.H. Christoph & R. de Vos

    As collaborative practice is progressively being introduced into our health care systems, interprofessional education (IPE) is being implemented in medical curricula as an effective preparation.... More

    pp. 157-167

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