Utilizing curriculum renewal as a way of leading cultural change in Australian health professional education
|dc.identifier.citation||Dunston, R. and Forman, D. and Matthews, L. and Nicol, P. and Pockett, R. and Rogers, G. and Steketee, C. et al. 2015. Utilizing curriculum renewal as a way of leading cultural change in Australian health professional education, in Forman, D. and Jones, M. and Thistlethwaite (ed), Leadership and collaboration: further developments for interprofessional education, pp. 121-134. London: Palgrave.|
Health systems globally are engaged with major reforms focused on the need to deliver more responsive, effective and sustainable health services. Interprofessional practice (IPP), and the development of interprofessional educational (IPE) targeted at enabling IPP, sit at the heart of many of these reforms. IPP enabled by IPE could be argued as the practice foundation for achieving new and more effective forms of health service provision and health professional practice.
|dc.title||Utilizing curriculum renewal as a way of leading cultural change in Australian health professional education|
|dcterms.source.title||Leadership and Collaboration: Further Developments for Interprofessional Education|
|curtin.department||Curtin Medical School|
|curtin.accessStatus||Fulltext not available|
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