Interprofessional Education: Principles and Application A Framework for Clinical Pharmacy

@inproceedings{Page2009InterprofessionalEP,
  title={Interprofessional Education: Principles and Application A Framework for Clinical Pharmacy},
  author={Robert L. Page and Anne L. Hume and Jennifer M Trujillo and Workforce Leader and Orly Vardeny and Melinda M. Neuhauser and Devra K. Dang and Suzanne Amato Nesbit and Lawrence J. Cohen},
  year={2009}
}
With the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, advancements in health care technology, and growing complexity of health care delivery, the need for coordination and integration of clinical care through a multidisciplinary approach has become essential. To address this issue, the Institute of Medicine has called for a redesign of the health professional education process to provide health care professionals, both in the academic setting and in practice, the knowledge, skills, and attitudes… CONTINUE READING

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