The devil is in the details: the seven deadly sins of organizing and continuing interprofessional education in the US.

@article{Clark2011TheDI,
  title={The devil is in the details: the seven deadly sins of organizing and continuing interprofessional education in the US.},
  author={Phillip G. Clark},
  journal={Journal of interprofessional care},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 5},
  pages={321-7}
}
In spite of increased calls for expanding interprofessional practice (IPP) in the US health care system to address concerns about patient safety and quality of care, there has not been a corresponding dramatic growth in interprofessional education (IPE) programs. Indeed, the history of IPE in the US has been a roller-coaster ride of gains and losses, successes and failures. Understanding why this has been so requires the development of a personal and political economy framework, based on an… CONTINUE READING

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