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The doctor dilemma in interprofessional education and care: how and why will physicians collaborate?
Context  Interprofessional educational (IPE) initiatives are seen as a means to engage health care professionals in collaborative patient‐centred care. Given the hierarchical nature of many clinicalExpand
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The impact of space and time on interprofessional teamwork in Canadian primary health care settings: implications for health care reform
Aim This paper explores the impact of space and time on interprofessional teamwork in three primary health care centres and the implications for Canadian and other primary health care reform.Expand
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Beyond the Lamppost: A Proposal for a Fourth Wave of Education for Collaboration
Interprofessional education (IPE) is an increasingly popular educational model that aims to educate health care students to be better collaborators by enabling them to learn with, from, and aboutExpand
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Cognition Before Curriculum: Rethinking the Integration of Basic Science and Clinical Learning
Purpose Integrating basic science and clinical concepts in the undergraduate medical curriculum is an important challenge for medical education. The health professions education literature includes aExpand
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Louder than words: power and conflict in interprofessional education articles, 1954–2013
Interprofessional education (IPE) aspires to enable collaborative practice. Current IPE offerings, although rapidly proliferating, lack evidence of efficacy and theoretical grounding.
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New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase-1: local acquisition in Ontario, Canada, and challenges in detection
New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase-1 (NDM-1) is a recently identified metallo-β-lactamase that confers resistance to carbapenems and all other β-lactam antibiotics, with the exception of aztreonam. NDM-1Expand
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Perceptions of the role of the registered nurse in an urban interprofessional academic family practice setting.
Registered nurses (RNs) in Ontario have been asked to work collaboratively with family physicians (FPs) and other healthcare professionals in the family practice setting to improve the efficiency andExpand
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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 aboutExpand
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The ‘missing person’ in roles‐based competency models: a historical, cross‐national, contrastive case study
The use of roles such as medical expert, advocate or communicator to define competencies is currently popular in health professions education. CanMEDS is one framework that has been subject to greatExpand
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The paradox of interprofessional education: IPE as a mechanism of maintaining physician power?
Collaborative practice has become the standard of care in many types of inpatient and outpatient settings (e.g. WHO, 2010). As physicians who work in these team settings, we strongly valueExpand
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