Qualitative evaluation of interprofessional learning initiatives in practice : application of the contact hypothesis

@inproceedings{Furness2012QualitativeEO,
  title={Qualitative evaluation of interprofessional learning initiatives in practice : application of the contact hypothesis},
  author={Penny J. Furness and Helen R. Armitage and Richard Pitt},
  year={2012}
}
Objectives: The evaluation aimed to explore reactions to, learning from and the perceived impact and sustainability of practice-based interprofessional learning initiatives established by The Trent Universities Interprofessional Learning in Practice project. Methods: The evaluation had a qualitative design and was guided by Kirkpatrick's evaluation framework. Facilitators, managers, practitioners, students and service users were invited to participate. This article focuses upon three of the… CONTINUE READING