Judy Carlson

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There is increasing acknowledgement that interprofessional education (IPE) holds promise for preparing health professionals as collaborative-ready practitioners. The effects of IPE on learning outcomes are critical in determining the value of such programs. Attitudes are recognized as a significant element in developing behaviors. This study was designed to(More)
The extent to which patients use and learn from drug literature written at three different readability levels was examined. A two-way analysis of variance showed an interaction effect on knowledge score between the readability level of the leaflet and the amount of schooling subjects reported: persons with higher education learned most from the hardest(More)
As the healthcare system of the United States becomes more complex, collaboration among health professionals is becoming an essential aspect in improving the health of individuals and populations. An interprofessional education course entitled "Health Care System and Health Promotion" was developed to allow health profession students to work and learn(More)
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