Benefits and Barriers of Interprofessional Education Beyond the Classroom

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Publication Type Meeting Abstract
School or College School of Medicine; College of Nursing
Department Pediatrics; Nursing
Creator Hobson-Rohrer, Wendy L.
Other Author Richards, Boyd F. Richards; Hart, Sara E. Hart; Godwin, Haley
Title Benefits and Barriers of Interprofessional Education Beyond the Classroom
Date 2020
Description Medical schools need to include interprofessional education (IPE) in their curricula not only to meet accreditation standards but to optimize students' readiness to practice in today's team-based heathcare environment. This is most often accomplished in classroom settings.
Type Text
Publisher University Of Utah
Subject Interprofessional Education; Team-Based Patient Cre; Collaboration
Subject MESH Interdisciplinary Communication; Education, Medical; Education, Nursing; Curriculum; Program Development; Educational Measurement; Problem-Based Learning; Simulation Training; Intersectoral Collaboration; Clinical Competence; Cooperative Behavior; Interprofessional Relations; Knowledge Management; Student Run Clinic; Outpatient Clinics, Hospital; Medically Underserved Area; Health Services Accessibility
Language eng
Conference Title 2020 AAMC Western Group on Educational Affairs Meeting
Relation is Part of Meeting-Cancellation
Rights Management Copyright © Wendy L Hobson-Rohrer
Coverage Temporal 2020 WGEA Conference, March 28, 2020
Format Medium application/pdf
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Setname ir_uspace
Date Created 2020-04-03
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 1536386
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