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|Title:||Faculty perceptions of interprofessional education|
|Citation:||Nurse Education Today, 2011; 31(6):571-576|
|Paul N. Bennett, Lyn Gum, Iris Lindeman, Sharon Lawn, Sue McAllister, Janet Richards, Moira Kelton, Helena Ward|
|Abstract:||Nurses and other health professionals are required to demonstrate broad levels of expertise and service to ensure quality patient-centred health care. Interprofessional practice aligned with interprofessional education (IPE) has been promoted as a vehicle to promote broad levels of expertise. However, challenges remain for universities and other higher education institutions to successfully provide IPE opportunities for students. This paper presents perceptions of academic staff towards IPE from one Australian multi-campus health faculty. Perceptions were collected using interviews and two workshops. Findings are themed under the categories of faculty barriers, industry challenges and future opportunities. The perceptions of one health faculty regarding the fundamental factors required for IPE success were executive leadership of IPE, a supportive funding framework and an IPE based curricula. Nursing education can play a key role in embracing and leading future IPE approaches given that nurses are the numerically dominant health professional group and work collaboratively with other professionals to deliver patient-centred care.|
|Keywords:||Interprofessional education; Nursing; Allied health; Faculty|
|Rights:||© 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Nursing publications|
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