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
Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN 2405-4526 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
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 improve collaboration and quality of care,” IPE integrates understanding of different health care providers' roles and educational cultures with clinical care experiences. Debriefing, or facilitated reflection and discussion of these experiences, can develop learners' critical thinking, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills, potentially establishing a foundation for lifelong learning and effective interprofessional, collaborative practice. This article describes an interprofessional model of debriefing adapted from Zigmont's “3D” debriefing model with additional concepts and theory from the “System-Centered Therapy” framework of Yvonne Agazarian. A description of the model, its application to small group and simulated learning encounters, and faculty evaluation (n = 26) of the model will be described.
Becker, K., Crowe, T., Walton-Moss, B., Lin, A., Parsons-Schram, A., Hanyok, L., Hayashi, J., Culhane, N., McNelis, A. & Teague, P. (2016). Interprofessional debriefing: A novel synthesis of the 3D model and Systems Centered Therapy. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice, 2(1), 13-19. Elsevier Ltd.