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2017 CSD Education Survey opens July 25th and closes October 31st. Complete early and be eligible for random drawings for free registration to the ASHA and CAPCSD conferences!


The 2014-2015 CSD Education Survey Reports, including National Aggregate and Individual State Aggregate Reports, are available. Click Here for more information.

IPE Resources

Resources available through ASHA

Why is greater emphasis being placed on interprofessional education in health care? What impact will it have on the education of audiologists and speech-language pathologists?

http://www.asha.org/academic/questions/Interprofessional-Education/

Challenges to Preprofessional Programs in CSD

http://www.asha.org/academic/questions/challenges-to-preprofessional-programs-in-csd/?utm_source=asha&utm_medium=enewsletter&utm_campaign=accessar100313

Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education (SIG 10): Interprofessional Education: http://sig10perspectives.pubs.asha.org/issue.aspx

 

Resources available from other comprehensive sites

IOM Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education: http://www.iom.edu/Reports/2013/Interprofessional-Education-for-Collaboration.aspx

LEAP (Learning from Effective Ambulatory Practices: http://www.rwjf.org/en/about-rwjf/newsroom/features-and-articles/the-leap-project.html

National Center for Interprofessional Education and Practice: https://nexusipe.org

Thomas Jefferson University – Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Education website: http://www.jefferson.edu/university/interprofessional_education.html (see interesting Resources section which includes some videos and newsletters)

UCSF Center for Health Professions, Innovative Workforce Models: (no link – content at target site has been removed).  http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/Public/Center-Research/Home.aspx?pid=539

 

Sample university sites for IPE collaboratives:

Ohio University’s site for IPE activities: http://ipefacts.com

University of Colorado: (no link – content at target site has been removed). http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/degrees/health/REACH/About/Pages/default.aspx

University of New England – Biddeford, Maine http://www.une.edu/wchp/ipec

University of South Carolina: http://ipe.sc.edu/

University of Washington: http://collaborate.uw.edu/

 

Selected References

Bridges, D. R., Davidson, R. A., Odegard, P. S., Maki, I. V., & Tomkowiak, J. (2011). Interprofessional collaboration: three best practice models of interprofessional education. Medical education online, 16.

Buring, S. M., Bhushan, A., Broeseker, A., Conway, S., Duncan-Hewitt, W., Hansen, L., & Westberg, S. (2009). Interprofessional education: definitions, student competencies, and guidelines for implementation. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 73(4).

Buring, S. M., Bhushan, A., Brazeau, G., Conway, S., Hansen, L., & Westberg, S. (2009). Keys to successful implementation of interprofessional education: learning location, faculty development, and curricular themes. American journal of pharmaceutical education, 73(4).

Cochrane Database. http://www.cochrane.org/

Interprofessional Education Collaborative Expert Panel. (2011). Core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice: Report of an expert panel. Washington, D.C.: Interprofessional Education Collaborative.

Lessons from the Field: Promising Interprofessional Collaboration Practices. 2015. White Paper, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, rwjf.org.

Moore, V. (2012). Assessing health literacy. The Journal for Nursing Practitioners, 8, 243-244.

Nelson, S., Tassone, M., & Hodges, B. D. (2014). Creating the Health Care Team of the Future: The Toronto Model for Interprofessional Education and Practice. Cornell University Press.

Oandasan, I., & Reeves, S. (2005). Key elements for interprofessional education. Part 1: The learner, the educator and the learning context. Journal of Interprofessional care, 19(S1), 21-38.

Oandasan, I., & Reeves, S. (2005). Key elements of interprofessional education. Part 2: Factors, processes and outcomes. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(S1), 39-48.

Reeves, S., Goldman, J., Burton, A., & Sawatzky-Girling, B. (2010). Synthesis of systematic review evidence of interprofessional education. Journal of Allied Health, 39 (1), 198-203.

Saxon, R.L., & Oprescu, F.I. (2014). Extended roles for allied health professionals an updated systematic review of the evidence. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 7, 479-488. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/JMDH.S66746

Silver, I. L., & Leslie, K. (2009). Faculty development for continuing interprofessional education and collaborative practice. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 29(3), 172-177.

Steinert, Y. (2005). Learning together to teach together: Interprofessional education and faculty development. Journal of interprofessional care, 19(S1), 60-75.

Thistlewaite. J., & Nisbet, G. (2007. Interprofessional education: What’s the point and where we’re at… The Clinical Teacher, 4, 67-72. ; World Health Organization (2010). World Health Statistics 2010. WHO Press, Geneva, Switzerland.

US Department of Health and Human Services (2010). Healthy People. Understanding and improving Health, Chapter 11. http://www.hrsa.gov/healthliteracy

Wolf, M.S., Feinglass, J., Thompson, J., & Baker, D.W. (2010). In search of ‘low health literacy’: Threshold vs. gradient effect of literacy on health status and mortality. Social Science & Medicine, 70, 1335-1341.


 

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