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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

March 2015 Volume 1, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Is it worth the effort to create a learning healthcare delivery system?

    William V. Padula, Department of Medicine, United States; William V. Padula, Padula Institute of Vision, United States

    US health care is fragmented by a lack of uniform effective care and a fee-for-service payment system. Fee-for-service is a factor in the high cost of health care in the US, and pay-for-performance... More

    pp. 8-9

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  2. Informatics-enabled interprofessional education and collaborative practice: A framework-driven approach

    Tracy A. Christopherson & Michelle R. Troseth, Elsevier, Inc., United States; Evelyn M. Clingerman, Grand Valley State University, United States

    In the United States there is an urgent need for the development of a healthcare system that addresses the lack of safe, efficient, quality care. Two solutions receiving significant attention... More

    pp. 10-15

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  3. An interprofessional clinical advanced fellowship in rehabilitation serving Veterans with polytrauma and brain injury

    Chrystyna M. Rakoczy, James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital, United States; John C. Townsend, Optometric Service, Specialty Care Services (10P4E), United States; Jeffrey A. Cully, Advanced Fellowship Program, United States; Debbie L. Hettler & Robert A. Zeiss, Associated Health Education, United States; Deborah A. Ludke, Advanced Fellowships and Professional Development, United States

    Traumatic brain injury is a public health issue worldwide; about 1.7 million new incidents occur annually in the United States.This paper describes an innovative advanced educational fellowship in ... More

    pp. 16-20

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  4. Social workers and interprofessional practice: Perceptions from within

    Jay S. Sweifach

    This article presents findings of a national study of social workers employed in interprofessional agencies. Interprofessional settings include agencies such as schools, hospitals, prisons,... More

    pp. 21-27

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  5. A team process to support interprofessional care

    Joanne K. Singleton, Michelle Santomasino & Jason T. Slyer

    Health care reform recognizes the value of new care delivery models that are team-based. The Interprofessional Core Competencies (2011) speak to the importance of process-to-product through... More

    pp. 28-31

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