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Interprofessional Education

Making it Happen

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23 October 2009

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This text will demystify interprofessional education, showing readers how theory can be turned into practice. Aimed at those interested in establishing or developing IPE strategies within education and practice settings, it...

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This text will demystify interprofessional education, showing readers how theory can be turned into practice. Aimed at those interested in establishing or developing IPE strategies within education and practice settings, it outlines tried and tested approaches, giving a true insight into the successes and outcomes when IPE is implemented.

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Clear and practical advice from lecturers who have already implemented interprofessional education in practice will help new courses avoid the same pitfalls and develop their own
Worked examples and case studies in every chapter will keep the reader engaged and help to illuminate best practice
Information on innovative new methods for course delivery, such as elearning mechanisms, ensures the book is relevant for today's technologicallyaware audience
Contains evaluation tools that have been validated and are ready to use

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
Contributor's Notes
PART I: THE BACKGROUND TO INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Introduction
Interprofessional Education as an Emerging Concept; H.Barr
Interprofessional Education – Unpacking the Early Challenges; P.BluteauA.Jackson
Interprofessional Education in Higher Education Institutions: Models, Pedagogies and Realties; H.Langton
Interprofessional Capability as an Aim of Student Learning; F.Gordon
PART II: INTERPROFESIONAL EDUCATIONAL APPROACHES Introduction
A Practice Model of Interprofessional Education; A.Jackson& P.Bluteau
An E-Learning Model of Interprofessional Education; P.BluteauA.Jackson
PART III: EVALUATION TOOLS Introduction
Readiness for the Interprofessional Learning Scale (RIPLS); K.MattickJ.Bligh
The Measurement of Stereotypes in the Evaluation of Interprofessional Education; S.Hean
The 'Attitudes to Health Professionals Questionnaire'; S.Lindqvist
PART IV: SUSTAINABILTIY Introduction
Creating a Model: Overcoming the Challenges of Implementing Interprofessional Education Challenges; P.Bluteau<& A.Jackson
Sustaining Interprofessional Education in Professional Award Programmes; M.HammickE.Anderson
Appendices
Index.
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PAT BLUTEAU is IPLP Director of Centre for Interprofessional eLearning, School of Health and Social Sciences, Coventry University, UK.

ANN JACKSON is Associate Professor (Interprofessional Education) at the Institute of Medical Education, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick. UK.

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PAT BLUTEAU is IPLP Director of Centre for Interprofessional eLearning, School of Health and Social Sciences, Coventry University, UK.

ANN JACKSON is Associate Professor (Interprofessional Education) at the Institute of Medical Education, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick. UK.

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