Embedding interprofessional education in an Australian university: an exploration of key leadership practices
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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 leadership in the higher education context. The research explores the impact of several leadership practices in facilitating the embedding of interprofessional education into health sciences curricula in an Australian university. A model of leadership in interprofessional education has been developed from the findings.
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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 ...
Creating change agents for interprofessional education and practice: a leadership programme for academic staff and health practitionersBrewer, Margo; Flavell, Helen; Trede, F.; Smith, M. (2017)Universities face increasing pressure not only to embed interprofessional education within health education curricula but also to prepare graduates as catalysts of change for interprofessional, team-based approaches to ...
Brewer, Margo; Flavell, Helen; Jordon, J. (2017)Interprofessional education in practice settings typically requires greater resource investment than in the classroom or online. Increased interest in return on investment means research on the outcomes of practice-based ...