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Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice

March 2018 Volume 10, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 17

  1. Is health information technology improving interprofessional care team communications? An ethnographic study in critical care

    Myles Leslie, Department of Community Health Sciences, Canada; Elise Paradis, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy & Department of Anesthesia, Canada

    pp. 1-5

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  2. Factors associated with regular interprofessional interaction by doctors of optometry in management of patients with diabetes mellitus

    Kierstyn Napier-Dovorany, JaeJin An & Elizabeth Hoppe, Western University of Health Sciences, United States

    Interprofessional interaction is important in the care of patients with diabetes. This study investigated factors associated with doctors' of optometry regular and ongoing interprofessional... More

    pp. 6-11

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  3. Interprofessional education for teaching Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for substance use

    Michael W. Neft, Ann M. Mitchell, Kathryn Puskar & Marie Fioravanti, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, United States; Holly Hagle & Dawn Lindsay, Institute for Research, Education, and Training in Addictions, United States; John M. O'Donnell, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, United States

    The rate of substance use disorders (SUD) within the U.S. is alarmingly high. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), an estimated 23.9 million Americans ages 12 or older use an... More

    pp. 12-14

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  4. Impact of an interprofessional practice experience on medication histories within a dental admissions clinic

    Melissa E. Rotz, Department of Pharmacy Practice, United States; Rachel von Vital, PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident, United States; Alexander Radovanovich, Name Creation & Regulatory Strategy Fellow, United States; Chizobam Idahosa, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Medicine and Surgery, United States; Jacqueline Theodorou, Department of Pharmacy Practice, United States; Shannon Myers Virtue, Helen F. Graham Cancer Center, United States; Laurie MacPhail, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Medicine and Surgery, United States

    To examine the impact of an interprofessional practice experience by comparing medication histories of dental patients receiving interprofessional care (IPC) to those receiving standard care (SC).A... More

    pp. 15-23

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  5. Activities designed to simultaneously meet discipline-specific course objectives and interprofessional education competencies

    Niamh Tunney, Department of Physical Therapy, United States; Melissa M. Chesson, Mercer University College of Pharmacy, United States; Fran Kamp, Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University, United States; Jill R. Mattingly, Department of Physician Assistant Studies, United States; Gina J. Ryan, Mercer University College of Pharmacy, United States

    pp. 24-29

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  6. Understanding the role of secondary school nurses and their collaboration with athletic trainers

    B.A. Todaro, J.L. Nikander, C.J. Powden & L.E. Eberman

    Interprofessional and collaborative practice between secondary school nurses and athletic trainers may improve the quality of care to students and student-athletes.To determine secondary school... More

    pp. 30-36

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  7. Fostering interprofessional collaboration and critical thinking between nursing and physical therapy students using high-fidelity simulation

    Jennifer A. Mai, Renee L. Pilcher & Molly Frommelt-Kuhle, Clarke University, United States

    This curricular resource describes a method of interprofessional collaboration between nursing and physical therapy students. The purpose is to describe an experience using high fidelity simulation... More

    pp. 37-40

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  8. The Patient Centered Medical Home and medical school education: An innovative interprofessional education model

    Skye Ochsner Margolies, Eastern Virginia Medical School, United States; Rebecca Cowan, Capella University, United States; Mark C. Rehfuss, Old Dominion University, United States; Bruce Britton, Eastern Virginia Medical School, United States

    The Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) emphasizes Interprofessional Practice (IPP) and is quickly becoming the standard model of care within primary care medicine. As the landscape of primary... More

    pp. 41-43

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  9. Evaluation of the communication skills of operating room staff

    Ebru Önler, Tülin Yildiz & Semiha Bahar

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate operating room staff communication skills.The Communication Skills Assessment Scale and staff information form were used to collect data. The sample group ... More

    pp. 44-46

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  10. Training early childhood professionals using an interprofessional practice field experience

    LaShorage Shaffer

    The preparation of early childhood professionals to work with children with disabilities and their families traditionally has taken place in the classroom setting. However, changes in legal... More

    pp. 47-50

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  11. A comparison of teamwork attitude changes with virtual TeamSTEPPS® simulations in health professional students

    Rachel A. Umoren, Neonatal Education and Simulation Training Program, United States; Patricia J. Scott, Occupational Therapy, United States; Linda Sweigart, Ball State University School of Nursing, United States; Evalyn Gossett, Indiana University Northwest School of Nursing, United States; Kay Hodson-Carlton, Ball State University School of Nursing, United States; Miles Johnson, Department of Neurology, United States; James A. Jones, Research and Academic Effectiveness, United States; Julie A. Poore, Community and Health Systems, United States; Natalia Rybas, Department of Communication Studies, United States; Barbara Truman, Immersive Learning & Collaboration, United States; Rohit Das, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, United States

    Educators need accessible learner-centered tools to prepare health professional learners for safe interprofessional practice. TeamSTEPPS® is an evidence-based teamwork training program. Virtual... More

    pp. 51-55

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  12. Top ten best practices for interprofessional precepting

    Sarah Shrader, Department of Pharmacy Practice, United States; Jana Zaudke, Department of Family Medicine, United States

    With increasing emphasis on positioning interprofessional education within clinical training, preceptors play a critical role in interprofessional learning. We define interprofessional precepting... More

    pp. 56-60

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  13. An update on the status of interprofessional education and interprofessional prevention education in U.S. academic health centers

    Maria C. Clay, Department of Bioethics and Interdisciplinary Studies, United States; David Garr, South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium, United States; Annette Greer, Department of Bioethics and Interdisciplinary Studies, United States; Rebecca Lewis, Department of Bioethics and Interdisciplinary Study, United States; Amy Blue, University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions, United States; Clyde Evans, Academy for Academic Leadership, United States

    A national study was conducted in 2010 that described the status of interprofessional education and interprofessional prevention education in the United States. This manuscript compares the results... More

    pp. 61-66

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  14. Social work: Integral to interprofessional education and integrated practice

    Lisa de Saxe Zerden, Brianna M. Lombardi, Mark W. Fraser, Anne Jones & Yazmin Garcia Rico

    Although the debate on US health care reform is ongoing, existing policy has expanded access to preventative and treatment services through new models of integrated care. This has resulted in the... More

    pp. 67-75

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  15. Development and assessment of an interprofessional team facilitating a community-based diabetes program

    Chalee Engelhard & Bethanne Brown, University of Cincinnati, United States; William Lonneman, Western Washington University, United States; Akino Kishigawa & Diane Warner, Price Hill Health Center, United States

    The purpose was to assess the efficacy of a unique, interprofessional collaborative team (IPCT) in educating patients with diabetes in self-management strategies.An urban, community/academic-based ... More

    pp. 76-80

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  16. Health professionals' and patients' perceived barriers and facilitators to collaborating when communicating through the use of information and communication technologies

    Monica Graves, Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick, Canada; Shelley Doucet, University of New Brunswick Saint John, Canada; Anik Dubé & Michel Johnson, Université de Moncton, Canada

    The rapid development and access to mobile technologies has created exciting possibilities in telemedicine, which refers to healthcare delivered from a distance through information and... More

    pp. 85-91

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  17. Creation and initial validation of a 360° Interprofessional Clinic Assessment Tool (IP-CAT) for pre- and post-licensure trainees

    C. Scott Smith, Centers of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Amber Fisher & India King, Boise VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Donovan Victorine & Adam Brotman, Boise VA Medical Center, United States; Donna Lowther, Boise VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States; Jill Hedt, Department of Veterans Affairs, United States; Deborah Smith, Gonzaga University, United States; Elena Speroff & Rick Tivis, Boise VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education, United States

    To better understand the effects of interprofessional training on clinical and systems outcomes, there is a need for cross-professional, competency-based assessment instruments that yield scores... More

    pp. 92-98

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