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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

March 2017 Volume 6, Number 1

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Number of articles: 13

  1. Impact of interprofessional peer teaching on physical and occupational therapy student's professional role identity

    Kim Dunleavy, Physical Therapy Department, United States; Sujay Galen & Kristina Reid, Department of Health Care Sciences, United States; J. Patricia Dhar, College of Medicine, United States; Rosanne DiZazzo-Miller, Department of Health Care Sciences, United States

    The importance of providing students with early interprofessional education (IPE) opportunities has been emphasized. However, there is limited information about the efficacy of instructional... More

    pp. 1-5

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  2. Uniting Saint Louis University's interprofessional education program with organizational learning: A theory-based model to guide IP education and practice

    C. Reynolds-Kueny, Department of Psychological Science, United States; E. Toomey, Department of Psychology, United States; D. Pole, Department of Family and Community Medicine, United States; L. Hinyard, Saint Louis University Center for Health Outcomes Research, United States

    Strengthening the bridge between interprofessional education and interprofessional collaborative practice to expand the integration of effective team-based health care requires new models within... More

    pp. 7-14

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  3. What's in it for me? Perspectives from community participants in an interprofessional service learning program

    Gail Castañeda, Sabrina Islam & Nichole Stetten, Social and Behavioral Sciences, United States; Erik Black, Department of Pediatrics, United States; Amy Blue, Social and Behavioral Sciences, United States

    Interprofessional education (IPE) is a promising endeavor for students to engage in team-oriented activities with other disciplines. Service-learning has emerged as a dynamic way in which students ... More

    pp. 15-21

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  4. Scholarly contributions of pharmacist educators in family medicine: A five-year review

    Sarah L. Rindfuss & Jennie B. Jarrett, UPMC St. Margaret, United States; Jody L. Lounsbery, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, United States

    Pharmacists are well established as clinician educators in family medicine training programs. Little data are available regarding their scholarly contributions within these roles. The objective of ... More

    pp. 23-26

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  5. Creating high performing primary health care teams in Alberta, Canada: Mapping out the key issues using a socioecological model

    Renee Misfeldt & Esther Suter, Workforce Research and Evaluation, Canada; Nelly Oelke, School of Nursing, Canada; Shelanne Hepp, Workforce Research and Evaluation, Canada; Jana Lait, Knowledge Management Practice Support & Education, Canada

    Alberta’s Primary Care Networks, introduced in 2003, use a team-based approach to meet the mandate to improve timely access to primary health care services. Yet, not much is known about the factors... More

    pp. 27-32

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  6. An interprofessional day of hi-fi simulation of Family and Domestic Violence with midwifery students and social work students

    Lesley J. Kuliukas, Kirsty Oehlers & Jacinta Berlingeri

    An interprofessional simulated learning day with standardized patients (hired actors) was held for student midwives and student social workers in a simulated hospital ward in response to a... More

    pp. 33-36

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  7. Integrating interprofessional experience throughout a first-year physician assistant curriculum improves perceptions of health care providers

    Martina Ingeborg Reinhold, Sango Otieno & Theresa Bacon-Baguley

    Interprofessional collaboration is essential in Physician Assistant (PA) practice. Therefore, a three-semester sequence of Hospital Community Experience (HCE) was implemented during the didactic... More

    pp. 37-43

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  8. Improving knowledge and attitudes of physician assistant and occupational therapy students using interprofessional case studies: Lessons learned

    Emily Weidman-Evans & Teresa Bigler, LSUHealth-Shreveport School of Allied Health Physician Assistant Program, United States; Lucinda Murray & Christine Wright, LSUHealth-Shreveport School of Allied Health Program in Occupational Therapy, United States

    This manuscript reports the outcomes of two sequential educational cohorts of physician assistant (PA) and occupational therapy (OT) students completing interprofessional case studies, including... More

    pp. 45-48

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  9. A five-session interprofessional team immersion program for health professions students

    Shelley Cohen Konrad, James T. Cavanaugh, Kira Rodriguez, Kris Hall & Karen Pardue

    The interprofessional team immersion (IPTI) is a developmental, longitudinal, and sustainable curricular resource that was designed in response to student requests for small, interactive, cross... More

    pp. 49-54

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  10. Translating innovation: Exploring dissemination of a unique case conference

    India C. King, Boise VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Anna Strewler, San Francisco VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Joyce E. Wipf, VA Puget Sound Healthcare System Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Mamta Singh & Elizabeth Painter, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Rebecca Shunk, San Francisco VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Rebecca Brienza, VA Connecticut Healthcare System Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Rick Tivis & William G. Weppner, Boise VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Michelle Davidson, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Janet Willis & Timothy Gordon, Boise VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; C. Scott Smith, Department of Veterans Affairs, United States

    As interprofessional education in clinical teaching settings continues to develop and workplace learning becomes more ubiquitous, early adopters will need to disseminate training innovations to... More

    pp. 55-60

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  11. Interprofessional education in pediatric clerkships: A survey of pediatric educators in North America

    Michael A. Barone, Susan Bannister & Robert A. Dudas, Department of Pediatrics, United States

    Medical education organizations in the US and Canada recommend that interprofessional education (IPE) occur throughout health professions training. Prior studies have demonstrated few IPE... More

    pp. 61-65

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  12. Interprofessional simulation education designed to teach occupational therapy and nursing students complex patient transfers

    Rennie Jacobs, Ellen Beyer & Katherine Carter, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, United States

    The objective of this study was to use interprofessional education to improve the knowledge and skill levels of nursing students regarding safe patient transfers, and occupational therapy students ... More

    pp. 67-70

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  13. A longitudinal mixed-methods study of IPE students' perceptions of health profession groups: Revisiting the Contact Hypothesis

    Barret Michalec, University of Delaware, United States; Carolyn Giordano, Sarah Dallas & Christine Arenson, Thomas Jefferson University, United States

    Despite the increasing momentum and integration of interprofessional education (IPE) programs into various health professions curriculum, the findings of previous research are mixed regarding the... More

    pp. 71-79

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