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The doctor dilemma in interprofessional education and care: how and why will physicians collaborate?
It is important to examine how the aims of formal IPE courses intersect with the socialisation of medical students into roles of responsibility and authority in clinical settings.
Cognition Before Curriculum: Rethinking the Integration of Basic Science and Clinical Learning
A critical narrative review of literature published in the last 30 years using a previously published integration framework suggests that learner-centered, content-focused, and session-level-oriented strategies can achieve cognitive integration.
Beyond the Lamppost: A Proposal for a Fourth Wave of Education for Collaboration
The authors discuss six reasons why the current third wave of IPE is likely to fall short of meeting its goals and share their vision for a fourth wave of education for collaboration, addressing workplace systems and structures, which would combine undergraduate, uniprofessionaleducation for collaboration with practice-based interventions.
Louder than words: power and conflict in interprofessional education articles, 1954–2013
This research presents a meta-anatomy of collaborative practice in the rapidly proliferating field of interprofessional education, which aims to enable collaborative practice and provide evidence of efficacy and theoretical grounding.
Looking back to move forward: Using history, discourse and text in medical education research: AMEE Guide No. 73
As medical education research continues to diversify methodologically and theoretically, medical education researchers have been increasingly willing to challenge taken-for-granted assumptions about
New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase-1: local acquisition in Ontario, Canada, and challenges in detection
The isolation NDM-1–producing organisms from two patients in Toronto, Ontario are described, which is the first report of an organism producing N DM-1 that was locally acquired in Canada.
Perceptions of the role of the registered nurse in an urban interprofessional academic family practice setting.
It was found that ambiguity surrounds the RN's role in family practice in general and in IPC in particular, and an FP's level of trust in an RN was found to be a central theme and an important variable in determining FP-RN collaboration.
The paradox of interprofessional education: IPE as a mechanism of maintaining physician power?
In the absence of clear evidence of efficacy, the degree to which IPE is being hailed as a solution for a multitude of health systems woes led us to wonder what other purposes IPE might be serving.
The ‘missing person’ in roles‐based competency models: a historical, cross‐national, contrastive case study
The examination of the historical and cultural choices of names for roles generates insight into the nature and construction of roles.
Ultrasound in undergraduate medical education: a systematic and critical review
The use of point‐of‐care ultrasound (POCUS) in clinical care is growing rapidly and advocates have recently proposed the integration of ultrasound into undergraduate medical education (UME). The