Preparing for Interprofessional Teaching: Theory and Practice

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Elizabeth Howkins, Julia Bray
Radcliffe Publishing, 2008 - Education - 139 pages
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The book provides a critical exploration of the theory and practice related to teacher preparation for interprofessional learning. It makes an important contribution to the emerging evidence base through an in-depth exploration of the processes involved in teaching complex diverse groups, facilitator preparation, curriculum development and inter-institutional collaboration. Research-based evidence from the Promoting Interprofessional Education (PIPE) project helps teachers to further understand their own practice and build their own theories of teaching interprofessional learning. The enlightening analysis is vital reading for all health and social care professionals (including allied health professionals) involved in formal learning and workplace education. Healthcare education policy makers and shapers will also find it invaluable.
 

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Contents

Perspectives of interprofessional learning and teaching
1
A learning and teaching framework for interprofessional learning
13
Interprofessional facilitation skills and knowledge evidence from a research survey
27
Embedding interprofessional learning in postgraduate programmes of learning and teaching
41
Preparing facilitators for interprofessional learning
55
Curriculum development for interprofessional learning
69
Collaboration beyond champions
87
Through the PIPE
97
The PIPE project
107
PIPE three research methodology and methods
113
PIPE two research process using the Radnor framework
119
References
127
Index
135
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Consultant and Honorary Fellow, University of Reading; Specialist Nurse and Director, Member, CAIPE Board of Directors

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