Kelly Lackie

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This paper will highlight how a literature review and stakeholder-expert feedback guided the creation of an interprofessional facilitator-collaborator competency tool, which was then used to design an interprofessional facilitator development program for the Partners for Interprofessional Cancer Education (PICE) Project. Cancer Care Nova Scotia (CCNS), one(More)
There have been increasing calls for a competency-based approach in interprofessional education (IPE). The purpose of this multi-site research project was to develop a validated set of interprofessional collaborator competencies and an associated competency-based assessment rubric, in both English and French languages. The first phase involved a detailed(More)
OBJECTIVES To test a service-based health human resources (HHR) planning approach for older adults in the context of home and long term care (LTC); to create a practical template/tools for use in various jurisdictions and/or health care settings. DESIGN The most serious health needs of seniors in 2 Canadian jurisdictions were identified and linked to the(More)
Competency-based curriculum has become widely accepted in health professional education as a way to define the knowledge, skill and attitudinal outcomes expected of the prelicensure learner. Experts in the field of competency-based education define ‘‘competency’’ as an integrated set of knowledge, skills, attitudes and judgments that enable one to(More)
More than 10 years after the Romanow Report (2002), other national reports continue to echo the call for change in health system design and delivery – specifically, the call for collaborative practice that responds to healthcare needs while attending to value, sustainability and improved outcomes. Despite increased financial investments in healthcare,(More)
Can J Respir Ther Vol 50 No 2 Summer 2014 52 5. Ramos K, Schafer S, Tracz S. Validation of the Fresno test of competence in evidence based medicine. BMJ 2003;326:319-321. 6. Broomfield D, Humphries GM. Using the Delphi technique to identify the cancer education requirements of general practitioners. Medical Education 2001;35:928-937. rtP02 Pediatric high(More)
INTRODUCTION Evidence-based decision-making (EBDM) is the process health care providers (HCPs) use to identify and appraise potential evidence. It supports the integration of best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values into the decision-making process for patient care. Competence in this process is essential to delivery of optimal(More)
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