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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

March 2016 Volume 2, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. An assessment strategy for interprofessional interactions of primary care practitioner trainees

    Calvin L. Chou, Department of Medicine, United States; Alice Ainsworth, Department of Pediatrics, United States; Bridget C. O'Brien, Department of Medicine, United States

    Effective communication between team members can enhance health care outcomes. Training practicing health professionals in interprofessional communication skills is widely recognized to be... More

    pp. 1-3

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  2. Integrating interprofessional education into the curriculum: Challenges and solutions for a university without a medical center

    D.M. VanKuiken, School of Nursing, United States; J.K. Schaefer, Department of Social Work, United States; M. Flaum Hall, Department of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, United States; F.R. Browne, Department of Health Services Administration, United States

    The education of health care professionals has evolved from focusing on the individual practitioner's knowledge and skills to recognizing that high quality health care requires practitioners who... More

    pp. 5-11

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  3. Interprofessional debriefing: A novel synthesis of the 3D model and Systems Centered Therapy

    Kathleen Becker, Primary Care AGNP, United States; Ty Crowe, Johns Hopkins Hospital, United States; Benita Walton-Moss, Primary Care AGNP, United States; Anne Lin, Notre Dame of Maryland, United States; Andrea Parsons-Schram, Primary Care AGNP, United States; Laura Hanyok & Jen Hayashi, Johns Hopkins University, United States; Nicole Culhane, Notre Dame of Maryland, United States; Angela McNelis, George Washington University, United States; Paula Teague, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, United States

    Interprofessional education (IPE) is emerging as an important mode of health professionals' education. Defined as learners from “two or more professions learning with, from, and about each other to... More

    pp. 13-19

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  4. Using the IDEA framework in an interprofessional didactic elective course to facilitate positive changes in the roles and responsibility competency

    Todd M. Tartavoulle, Robin English, Tina Patel Gunaldo, Deborah Garbee, Donald E. Mercante & Sandra Carlin Andrieu, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, United States; Jessica L. Johnson, Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy, United States

    Interprofessional education (IPE) has become an important component of health professions curricula due to evidence that interprofessional collaborative practice improves health outcomes for... More

    pp. 21-24

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  5. Interprofessional infection control education using standardized patients for nursing, medical and physiotherapy students

    Marian Luctkar-Flude, School of Nursing, Canada; Diana Hopkins-Rosseel, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Canada; Cherie Jones-Hiscock, School of Medicine, Canada; Cheryl Pulling, School of Nursing, Canada; Jim Gauthier, Providence Care, Canada; Amanda Knapp, KFL&A Public Health, Canada; Sheila Pinchin, School of Medicine, Canada; Cecilia A. Brown, School of Nursing, Canada

    Health professions students may apply infection control principles poorly within complex clinical situations. Providing opportunities to practice these skills in simulated health care contexts may ... More

    pp. 25-31

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  6. Facilitating the dissemination of interprofessional education and practice using an innovative conference approach to engage stakeholders

    Margo L. Brewer

    Significant change is needed to successfully embed interprofessional education (IPE) and interprofessional practice (IPP) within health systems. Change such as this requires effective leadership,... More

    pp. 33-38

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