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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

December 2015 Volume 1, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Outcomes of an immersive pilot faculty development program for interprofessional facilitation: A mixed methods study

    Mandy Jones, University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, United States; Kevin M. Schuer, University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Physician Assistant Program, United States; James A. Ballard, University of Kentucky Center for Interprofessional Health Education, United States; Stacy A. Taylor, University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, United States; Dominique Zephyr, University of Kentucky Applied Statistics Lab, United States; Mikael D. Jones, University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, United States

    To describe the impact of a faculty development program on faculty's confidence and ability to facilitate interprofessional learning.Faculty members from the Colleges of Pharmacy and Health... More

    pp. 83-89

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  2. Factors affecting Australian medical students' attitudes to interprofessional education; validity of the Readiness for Inter-professional Learning Scale-Med

    Robyn Cant, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Australia; Michelle Leech, Clinical Teaching Programs, Australia; Kerry Hood, Increased Clinical Training Capacity Project, Australia

    To examine the attitudes of undergraduate pre-professional medical students toward involvement in interprofessional learning, using the Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale.A cross... More

    pp. 90-96

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  3. Learning from Ebola: Interprofessional practice in the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit

    Katelyn C. Jelden, Department of Environmental, Agricultural & Occupational Health, United States; Philip W. Smith & Michelle M. Schwedhelm, Nebraska Biocontainment Unit, United States; Shawn G. Gibbs & John J. Lowe, Department of Environmental, Agricultural & Occupational Health, United States; Elizabeth L. Beam, Christopher J. Kratochvil, Kathleen C. Boulter & Angela L. Hewlett, Nebraska Biocontainment Unit, United States

    Caring for patients with Ebola virus disease (EVD) in the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit (NBU) has necessitated and enabled extensive interprofessional relationships and the creation of a... More

    pp. 97-99

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  4. An innovative interprofessional education program for university medical, nursing, and social work students learning in teams during sessions and visits with geriatric mentors

    Mario Jacomino, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, United States; Jo Ann M. Bamdas, Office of Interprofessional Education, United States; Kathryn Keller, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, United States; Elwood Hamlin, School of Social Work, United States; Michele Hawkins, Provost's Office, United States; Shirley Gordon, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, United States; Joseph G. Ouslander, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, United States

    This curricular resource describes a university interprofessional education program involving small teams composed of one first year medical student, one to two first year masters of social work... More

    pp. 100-103

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