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Inter-professional education: an opportunity for podiatry

Inter-professional education: an opportunity for podiatry
Inter-professional education: an opportunity for podiatry
Inter-professional education plays a key role in the development and training of health care professionals. The publication of the Bristol Royal Infirmary Inquiry and The Victoria Climbie Inquiry highlighted the need for further collaborative learning opportunities, and inter-professional education is now firmly on the agenda for both NHS management and Higher Education Institutions. This review focuses on the case for inter-professional education and its importance in relation to the podiatry profession. It describes the model of inter-professional education developed by the New Generation Project, discusses some of the barriers to successful inter-professional education and the steps taken in curriculum development to try to counteract them
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Craddock, Deborah
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O'Halloran, Cath
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Craddock, Deborah
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O'Halloran, Cath
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Craddock, Deborah and O'Halloran, Cath (2004) Inter-professional education: an opportunity for podiatry. British Journal of Podiatry, 7 (1), 12-16.

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Inter-professional education plays a key role in the development and training of health care professionals. The publication of the Bristol Royal Infirmary Inquiry and The Victoria Climbie Inquiry highlighted the need for further collaborative learning opportunities, and inter-professional education is now firmly on the agenda for both NHS management and Higher Education Institutions. This review focuses on the case for inter-professional education and its importance in relation to the podiatry profession. It describes the model of inter-professional education developed by the New Generation Project, discusses some of the barriers to successful inter-professional education and the steps taken in curriculum development to try to counteract them

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Published date: 22 January 2004

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Local EPrints ID: 71612
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/71612
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Date deposited: 16 Dec 2009
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:59

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