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Piloting interprofessional education: four English case studies

Coster, S., D'Avray, L., Dawson, P., Dickinson, C., Gill, E., Gordon, F., Humphris, D., Macleod-Clark, J., Marshall, M., Pearson, P. and Steven, A. , Barr, H. (ed.) (2007) Piloting interprofessional education: four English case studies , London, UK Higher Education Academy, Health Sciences and Practice Subject Centre 79pp. (Higher Education Academy Health Occasional Papers, 8).

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Since around the turn of this 21st century the need for interprofessional education (IPE) in health and social care has been highlighted by the UK government and given prominence in the media by some tragic cases resulting from the lack of collaboration between professions. It is now increasingly recognised that a good understanding of the roles and relationships between the professions and the structures to facilitate this are essential to ensure the proper protection of the public. This occasional paper is a very welcome addition to the recent literature on lessons learned from practical experience in IPE.

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Submitted date: 15 May 2007
Published date: 1 July 2007
Keywords: inter-professional education, multiprofessional education


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Date deposited: 02 Nov 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:56

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Author: S. Coster
Author: L. D'Avray
Author: P. Dawson
Author: C. Dickinson
Author: E. Gill
Author: F. Gordon
Author: D. Humphris
Author: M. Marshall
Author: P. Pearson
Author: A. Steven
Editor: H. Barr

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