Hazel A. Neser

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BACKGROUND Collaborative interprofessional practice is an important means of providing effective care to people with complex health problems. Interprofessional education (IPE) is assumed to enhance interprofessional practice despite challenges to demonstrate its efficacy. This study evaluated whether an IPE programme changed students' attitudes to(More)
It is important to understand what an interprofessional education (IPE) experience means to students and what makes it meaningful so that optimal use can be made of IPE opportunities and resources. This article reports qualitative data from a larger study evaluating an 11-hour IPE programme which focused on long-term condition management. Qualitative(More)
INTRODUCTION Communication skills training has been progressively integrated into the Bachelor of Radiation Therapy programme in New Zealand throughout the last 3 years. This innovative study aimed to explore students' perceptions of their learning from participation in communication skills workshops. The purpose was to expose students to a variety of(More)
The radiographer I am today is not the same radiographer I was in 1982 – my role has changed. This change did not occur by chance; it may have started out as an organic process but ended up as something that was directed and intentional. This paper reflects on my experiences in driving and advocating cultural change in radiography in my hospital and beyond.(More)
We live in a world of rapidly changing advances in technology, particularly artificial intelligence and connectivity. Rather than a general artificial intelligence the reality is that we are moving more towards a world populated with specialist artificial intelligence systems. Therefore we are likely to have specialist medical intelligences, specialist(More)
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