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Title: Interprofessional Education, technology enhanced interprofessional learning and international communication


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Interprofessional Education, technology enhanced
interprofessional learning and international
communication
  • Marion Helme CAIPE and Interprofessional
    Education Research Group
  • Richard Pitt CAIPE and University of Nottingham

www.caipe.org.uk
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  • "Interprofessional Education occurs when two or
    more professions learn with, from and about each
    other to improve collaboration and the quality of
    care CAIPE
    2002                                              
                                        

www.caipe.org.uk
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  • Non-governmental organisation - registered
    charity, elected board
  • 25 years supporting interprofessional education
    and collaborative practice in health and social
    care
  • Website www.caipe.org.uk
  • Information, workshops, consultancy, publications

www.caipe.org.uk
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IPE global networks
www.caipe.org.uk
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  • CAIPE THREE LEVELS OF MEMBERSHIP
  • Individual
  • Corporate
  • Student

www.caipe.org.uk
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  • Niigata University
  • Tokyo Metropolitan University
  • Saparo Medical University
  • Saitama Prefecturial University
  • Japan College of Social Work     

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IPE Research Project (IPERG)2010-2013
  • Development of undergraduate IPE in health and
    social care in the UK since 1997
  • Kingston University, St Georges Medical School
    and the University of Warwick
  • Strands
  • Thematic review from secondary sources, published
    as Barr, H., Helme, M. and DAvray, L. (2011)
    Developing Interprofessional Education in Health
    and Social Care Courses in the United Kingdom.
    Occasional Paper 12 Higher Education Academy
    Subject Centre for Health Sciences and Practice
  • Survey of UK HEIs health and social care
    professionally qualifying courses in 2010-2011,
    completed March 2012
  • Set of reflective (case) studies including
    reflective writing and interviews to be completed
    December 2012
  • Published by the Higher Education Academy in
    Spring 2013

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Interprofessional Education Research Group Project
Barr, H., Helme, M. and DAvray, L. (2011)
Developing Interprofessional Education in Health
and Social Care Courses in the United Kingdom.
Occasional Paper 12 Higher Education Academy
Subject Centre for Health Sciences and Practice
www.caipe.org.uk
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IPERG Thematic Review Overlapping uses of
technology in enhancing interprofessional learning
  1. Information via internet
  2. VLEs and tools to enhance reflective learning
    (e.g. e-portfolios)
  3. Use of e-communication tools to enable
    synchronous discussion
  4. Simulation
  5. Web 2.0 technologies and social networking

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IPERG Survey 2011-2012
  • Online by email invitation to HEIs teaching at
    least one undergraduate health and social care
    course 2010-2011
  • Formal interprofessional education courses or
    modules
  • 59 completed questionnaires from 48 HEIs
  • Did the course or module include e-learning?
  • What was the source of the e-learning topics?

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IPERG Survey Results (e-learning)
  • Of 57 courses described 33 (58) included
    e-learning
  • Of those courses including e-learning, all but 4
    used (only) topics produced in-house
  • 2 used both in-house and bought in topics, and 2
    used (only) bought in topics
  • Bought in topics included CIPEL materials and
    Values Exchange

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(Tentative) conclusions
  • Technology enhanced learning is (generally)
    underexploited for interprofessional learning
  • Continuing debate needed concerning authenticity
    and transferability
  • Need for a directory and comparative evaluation
    of resources
  • Collaboration national and international

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  • Thank you
  • www.caipe.org.uk
  • marion.helme_at_gmail.com
  • richard.Pitt_at_nottingham.ac.uk
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