The Evolution of Faculty-wide Interprofessional Education Workshops
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Leadership Development for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice provides historical and current perspectives on leadership in healthcare. Through international examples of how leadership of interprofessional education and practice has developed in various countries, the book builds on the research conducted by the World Health Organisation (2010) and examines how it can make a difference to the care of the patient, client and community. The editors showcase a variety of contexts in which interprofessional education and practice is now taking place and provide guidance for leaders to establish and maintain an environment where everyone involved in the team can 'learn with, from and about each other to improve collaboration and the quality of care'.
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Brewer, Margo; Flavell, Helen; Trede, F.; Smith, M. (2016)© 2016 Taylor & Francis This scoping study examined how “leadership” is referred to and used in interprofessional education and practice. A total of 114 refereed articles were reviewed to determine how leadership is ...
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Embedding interprofessional education in an Australian university: an exploration of key leadership practicesBrewer, Margo Lee (2017)Little has been published on successful leadership practices in interprofessional education despite these practices being the focus of contemporary leadership theories. This thesis aims to advance our understanding of ...