The full title of the journal is Journal of Interprofessional Care: Promoting Collaboration in Education, Practice and Research Worldwide. According to its Web site, the Journal is the vehicle for worldwide dissemination of experience, policy, research evidence and theoretical and value perspectives informing collaboration in education, practice and research between medicine, nursing, veterinary science, allied health, public health, social care and related professions to improve health status and quality of care for individuals, families and communities.
Selected articles from Insights into Interprofessional Education:
What would a theory of interprofessional education look like? Some suggestions for developing a theoretical framework for teamwork training; Involving service users in interprofessional education: narrowing the gap between theory and practice; The test-retest reliability of a revised version of the Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale (RIPLS); Interprofessional education: A facilitator to enhance pain management?
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