Interprofessional identity development in healthcare students and its influence on subsequent practice as professionals
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Ruyi’s research explored interprofessional identity development in healthcare students and its influence on subsequent professional practice. Findings demonstrated that interprofessional education facilitates identity development. Graduates who navigated barriers to interprofessional care in different health workplaces identified as interprofessional practitioners during their first year of work. By supporting interprofessional identity development during health professional education, the enduring effects of interprofessional education on client care outcomes and health systems will become visible over time.
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