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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

December 2016 Volume 5, Number 1

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Social learning, shared accommodation and interprofessional education: I think those conversations that you have at the dinner table …

    Eileen McKinlay, Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice, New Zealand; Peter Gallagher, Medical Education Unit, New Zealand; Christine Wilson & Lesley Gray, Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice, New Zealand; Patrick McHugh, Hauora Tairawhiti, New Zealand; Sue Pullon, Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice, New Zealand

    Little is known about the impact of social or informal learning and whether or not this influences the outcomes of formal IPE learning.This study explored if and what students on a rural immersion ... More

    pp. 1-6

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  2. Mapping current health professional curricula: Identifying common topics for an integrated interprofessional education curriculum

    Sylvia Langlois, Centre for Interprofessional Education, Canada

    Student response to the development of interprofessional competencies is enhanced when embedded in curricular content that appears to be relevant to their program and future practice.This paper... More

    pp. 7-9

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  3. Understanding healthcare providers' professional identification: The role of interprofessional communication in the vocational socialization of physicians

    Brenda L. MacArthur, George Mason University, United States; Stephanie L. Dailey & Melinda M. Villagran, Texas State University, United States

    As physicians' roles continue to change in the US, scholars have called for more research in interprofessional communication–communication between physicians and other healthcare providers to help ... More

    pp. 11-17

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  4. Using team-based learning in a large interprofessional health science education experience

    Erik W. Black, University of Florida College of Medicine, United States; Amy V. Blue, University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions, United States; Richard Davidson & Wayne T. McCormack, University of Florida College of Medicine, United States

    A longitudinal interprofessional experience consisting of three half-day sessions and involving more than 600 students from ten academic programs was facilitated at the University of Florida Health... More

    pp. 19-22

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  5. Development of an interprofessional student teaching simulation in team communication skills

    Patricia Carstens, University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), United States; Jennifer J. Adams, UNMC-Anesthesiology, United States; David E. Gannon, UNMC-Internal Medicine-Pulmonary, United States; Michael C. Wadman, UNMC-Emergency Medicine, United States; Dean S. Collier, UNMC-College of Pharmacy, United States; Connie L. Miller, UNMC-College of Nursing, United States; Jonathon F. Sample & Daniel Brick, University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), United States; Paul M. Paulman, UNMC-Family Medicine-Clinical Skills & Quality, United States

    Interprofessional education (IPE) has become increasingly the object of focus in undergraduate medical education. Evidence supports the promotion of teamwork and effective communication to improve ... More

    pp. 23-25

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  6. “It's very challenging for everyone”: Developing an educational intervention to enhance care of hospitalized older adults with impaired cognition

    R. Urquhart, Department of Surgery, Canada; P. Bilski & C.A. Murray, Veterans Services, Canada; M.E. Gurnham, H. Cameron & J. Gallant, QEII Health Sciences Centre, Canada; L. Jessome-Croteau, Registered Nurses Professional Development Centre, Canada; L. Covey, QEII Health Sciences Centre, Canada

    To design and evaluate an educational intervention to enhance care of hospitalized older adults with impaired cognition.Pre- and post-focus groups were employed to design and evaluate the... More

    pp. 27-32

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  7. Transforming health care education to address social determinants of health: The 2014 hot spotters student program

    Scott B. Harpin & Jeff Druck, University of Colorado, United States; Allison Schroeder, University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, United States; Carla W. Favaro, University of Colorado, United States; Rich McLean, Aurora Health Access, United States; Jennifer Wiler, Christine D. Jones & Roberta Capp, University of Colorado, United States

    We describe an interdisciplinary community-academic program that teaches students how to assess and address social determinants of health (SDH) and population health for patients using the... More

    pp. 33-36

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  8. Beyond “great job”: Feedback among students on interprofessional teams

    Jennifer Mandal, School of Medicine, United States; Korana Avdagic, School of Pharmacy, United States; Maria Wamsley, School of Medicine, United States; Tina Brock, School of Pharmacy, United States; Sandrijn van Schaik, School of Medicine, United States

    Interprofessional competencies state that health professional students should be prepared to provide and receive interprofessional feedback.To examine the content of interprofessional feedback... More

    pp. 37-43

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  9. The role of student adaptability in interprofessional education

    Heather Martens & Chad Lairamore

    The current study investigated the influence of student adaptability and years in college on receptiveness to IPE training. The primary purpose of this study was to determine the degree to which a ... More

    pp. 45-51

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  10. Interprofessional education (IPE) practices at universities across the United States with an established IPE infrastructure in place

    Heather Brennan Congdon, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, United States

    Accreditation standards for health professions schools across the United States mandate or strongly encourage IPE. Competencies exist to guide curriculum development; however, there is not a clear ... More

    pp. 53-58

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  11. Expanding the primary care patient-centered medical home through new roles for registered nurses

    Dianne Conrad & Katie Alfredson, Grand Valley State University, United States

    New models of health care delivery such as the patient-centered medical home have emerged to address the Triple Aim of improving the health and the care of patients with the benefit of reducing the... More

    pp. 59-64

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  12. Learning environment for medical professionalism

    Ahmed Al Ghaithi, Oman Medical Specialty Board, Oman; Bader Al Alawi, Ministry of Health, Oman; Yousef Al Weshahi, Oman Medical Specialty Board, Oman

    The students' interplay with the learning environment is sophisticated, but an important part of that is the professional behavior of faculty they model before students on daily basis. This... More

    pp. 65-67

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