Technologies for interprofessional education: the interprofessional education-distributed "e-Classroom-of-the-Future".

@article{Weinstein2010TechnologiesFI,
  title={Technologies for interprofessional education: the interprofessional education-distributed "e-Classroom-of-the-Future".},
  author={Ronald S. Weinstein and Richard A. McNeely and Michael J. Holcomb and Leela Doppalapudi and Michael J Sotelo and Ana M. Lopez and Kristine A. Erps and Christopher James Martin and Elizabeth A. Krupinski and Anna R. Graham and Gail P. Barker},
  journal={Journal of allied health},
  year={2010},
  volume={39 Suppl 1},
  pages={238-45}
}
Communications strategies are central to the planning and execution of interprofessional education (IPE) programs. The diversity of telecommunications-based tools and platforms available for IPE is rapidly expanding. Each tool and platform has a potentially important role to play. The selection, testing, and embedding of tools, such as social networking platforms, within education programs can be very challenging. The goal was to create, in Phoenix, a "command-and-control" video conferencing… CONTINUE READING