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How are Certified Child Life Specialists perceived by healthcare professionals?: A call for interprofessional collaboration.

Brittany M Wittenberg, Dorothy Barnhart,

Certified child life specialists (CCLS) depend on collaboration with healthcare professionals for awareness of patient needs; however, historically other healthcare professionals misunderstand the CCLS role. The purpose of this study was to examine how healthcare professionals perceived the CCLS role and provide implications on the contribution of the CCLS to ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-9]

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Factors supporting the implementation of integrated care between physical and mental health services: an integrative review.

Dominiek Coates, Danielle Coppleson, Jo Travaglia,

In Australia and internationally there is a strong policy commitment to the redesign of health services toward integrated physical and mental health care. When executed well, integrated care has been demonstrated to improve the access to, clinical outcomes from, and quality of care while reducing overtreatment and duplication. Despite the ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-14]

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Interprofessional Education Week: the impact of active and passive learning activities on students' perceptions of interprofessional education.

Briyana L M Morrell, Kara A Cecil, Alison M Nichols, Elizabeth S Moore, Jennifer N Carmack, Kathleen E Hetzler, Jane Toon, Jessica Emlich Jochum,

Healthcare professions faculty at a private Midwestern university designed an Interprofessional Education (IPE) Week, consisting of 12 different interprofessional learning activities over the span of one week. The purpose of the study was to determine students' perceptions toward interprofessional healthcare, as measured by the Student Perceptions of Interprofessional Clinical Education-Revised ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-4]

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Assessing the assessment: a comparison of the IPASS and ICCAS to measure change in interprofessional competencies following a large-scale interprofessional forum.

Janice Tona, Jessica Kruger, Lisa Jane Jacobsen, Ryan Krzyzanowicz, Lorin M Towle-Miller, Gregory E Wilding, Patricia J Ohtake,

Measuring the effectiveness of interprofessional education (IPE) experiences is essential but challenging. Surveying learners before (pretest) and after (posttest) an IPE experience may result in minimal change due to response shift bias. Retrospective pretest/posttest assessment may ameliorate response shift bias but may also result in inflated change scores due to ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-10]

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Conceptualizing interprofessional working - when a lawyer joins the healthcare mix.

Nola M Ries,

Research, policy and practice in the field of interprofessional collaboration have focused on how medical, nursing, allied health and social care practitioners work together to positively impact patient care. This paper extends conceptual thinking about interprofessional practice by focusing on lawyers as part of the interprofessional mix. This attention is ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-10]

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Student outcomes for interprofessional education in student led clinics: A rapid review.

Sian Hopkins, Rachel Bacon, Allyson Flynn,

Student-led clinics provide a unique opportunity for interprofessional education as part of the education of future allied health professionals. A rapid review was conducted to determine the benefits to allied health students participating in interprofessional education in student-led clinics. Studies were included if they took place within a student-led clinic, ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-11]

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Collaboration between stakeholders involved in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) care of people without natural speech.

Sarah A K Uthoff, Anna Zinkevich, Jens Boenisch, Stefanie K Sachse, Tobias Bernasconi, Lena Ansmann,

Collaboration among health care providers is intended to dissolve boundaries between the sectors of health care systems. The implementation of adequate augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) care of people without natural speech depends highly on collaboration among multiple stakeholders such as speech and language pathologists, teachers, or physicians. This paper ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-11]

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Structured interdisciplinary bedside rounds improve interprofessional communication and workplace efficiency among residents and nurses on an inpatient internal medicine unit.

Jeremy I Schwartz, Rosana Gonzalez-Colaso, Geliang Gan, Yanhong Deng, Michael H Kaplan, Patricia-Ann Vakos, Kathleen Kenyon, Amy Ashman, Andre N Sofair, Stephen J Huot, Sarwat I Chaudhry,

Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds (SIBR) is a standardized, team-based intervention for hospitals to deliver high quality interprofessional care. Despite its potential for improving IPC and the workplace environment, relatively little is known about SIBR's effect on these outcomes. Our study aimed to assess the fidelity of SIBR implementation on an ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-8]

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Attitudes of nurses and physicians toward nurse-physician interprofessional collaboration in different hospitals of Islamabad-Rawalpindi Region of Pakistan.

Abdullah Kaifi, Muhammad Abdullah Tahir, Almeera Ibad, Jannat Shahid, Mujahid Anwar,

Interprofessional collaboration (IPC) is crucial to efficient patient management in the modern healthcare setting. We sought to determine the attitudes of physicians and nurses working in different hospitals in the Islamabad-Rawalpindi region of Pakistan. We employed the Jefferson Scale of Attitudes toward Physician-Nurse Collaboration (JSAPNC), a 15-item questionnaire that quantifies ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2021, :1-6]

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Establishing trust within interprofessional teams with a novel simulation activity in the pediatric clerkship.

Kathleen Huth, Amanda S Growdon, Leah S Stockman, Marisa Brett-Fleegler, M Teresa Shannon, Matthew Taylor, Edward S Hundert, Jennifer C Kesselheim,

Interprofessional trust is essential for effective team-based care. Medical students are transient members of clinical teams during clerkship rotations and there may be limited focus on developing competency in interprofessional collaboration. Within a pediatric clerkship rotation, we developed a novel simulation activity involving an interprofessional conflict, aiming to foster trusting ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-6]

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Diabetes mellitus and periodontal disease: The call for interprofessional education and interprofessional collaborative care - A systematic review of the literature.

Allauddin Siddiqi, S Zafar, A Sharma, A Quaranta,

Diabetes mellitus and periodontal disease are among the most frequently occurring conditions that have a substantial effect on the global health economy. The literature regarding medical professionals' knowledge of the bidirectional link between diabetes mellitus and periodontal disease has not been analyzed systematically. The review aimed to investigate the knowledge ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-9]

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A systematic scoping review and thematic analysis of interprofessional mentoring in medicine from 2000 to 2019.

Kuang Teck Tay, Xiu Hui Tan, Lorraine Hui En Tan, Divya Vythilingam, Annelissa Mien Chew Chin, Victor Loh, Ying Pin Toh, Lalit Kumar Radha Krishna,

Interprofessional mentoring in palliative care sees different members of the interprofessional team providing holistic, personalised andlongitudinal mentoring support, skills training and knowledge transfer as they mentor trainees at different points along their mentoring journeys. However, gaps in practice and their risk of potential mentoring malpractice even as interprofessional mentoring use ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-13]

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Exploring the role of simulation to foster interprofessional teamwork among medical and nursing students: A mixed-method pilot investigation in Hong Kong.

Abraham Kc Wai, Veronica Sf Lam, Zoe Lh Ng, Michelle Th Pang, Vivien Wy Tsang, Jay Jj Lee, Janet Yh Wong,

Effective teamwork is a critical component of maintaining patient safety. However, there is lack of clarity on the best teaching approach to interprofessional teamwork training in medical and nursing curricula. This study aimed to compare the effects of blended classroom plus clinical simulation versus clinical simulation alone on teamwork attitudes, ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-9]

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The role of AT-SLP collaborations in return to academics following mTBI: A scoping review.

Javad Anjum, Rachel Johnson Krug, Destiny Kindsvogel,

Return-to-academics (RTA) for student-athletes with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) is crucial, but relatively understudied compared to return-to-play (RTP). The transient and unpredictable nature of symptoms surrounding mTBI often results in underreporting of neurocognitive symptoms, leading to a greater susceptibility for repeated TBIs, as well as posing impediments to the ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-10]

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Piloting an interprofessional chronic pain management program: Perspectives of health students and community clients.

Heather Bridgman, Anne Todd, Greer Maine, Sibella Hardcastle, Marie-Louise Bird, Jan Radford, Annette Marlow, Shandell Elmer, Sandra Murray, Kimberley Norris, Tracey Dean, Andrew Williams,

Interprofessional learning (IPL) is vital for developing work-ready graduates of tertiary health professions and enhancing outcomes of patients with chronic pain. Twenty-two students from six health professions participated in or co-facilitated components of a 6-week group chronic pain management program. Twelve community clients with chronic pain and one family member ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-10]

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Addressing adverse childhood experiences, trauma and resilience through interprofessional course development.

Kellie Reed-Ashcraft, Adam Hege, Elizabeth Fiske, Kristin Harmon, Jamie Glover, Kayla Forliti,

National and international organizations are increasingly focused on interprofessional education in health-related fields to address complex and emerging health issues. One public health concern is the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). At one public university in Appalachia, faculty of nursing, public health, and social work collaborated to develop an ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-7]

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Designing, implementing and sustaining IPE within an authentic clinical environment: the impact on student learning.

Fiona Naumann, Robert Mullins, Andrea Cawte, Simon Beavis, Jane Musial, Mary Hannan-Jones,

Interprofessional education (IPE), as preparation for interprofessional practice (IPP), is essential for quality, coordinated, outcome-focussed patient care. To develop capacity for IPP in future healthcare practitioners, IPE needs to be developed within curriculum and applied within authentic settings. The study aims were threefold: (a) determine if an established type 2 ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-7]

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Developing a Japanese version of the 'scale of attitudes toward pharmacist-physician collaboration'.

Kanayuki Kitahara, Takeshi Uchikura, Yuta Nio, Satoko Katsuragi, Keinosuke Okazaki, Yoshiko Nishi, Takashi Kawaguchi, Takuhiro Yamaguchi, Tadanori Sasaki,

There are many reports that pharmacotherapy has been optimized to ensure collaboration between physicians and pharmacists. Various scales assess the relationship between physicians and pharmacists as well as medical students and pharmacy students. The Scale of Attitudes Toward Physician-Pharmacist Collaboration (SATP<sup>2</sup>C) can be applied not only to the physician-pharmacist relationship ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-7]

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Interprofessional education clinical placement program: a qualitative case study approach.

F L Naumann, R Nash, U Schumacher, J Taylor, N Cottrell,

The goal of health professional education programs is to produce competent graduates, with an ability to work collaboratively as effective healthcare team members. We explored the reflections of students and clinical facilitators, in response to participation in a structured interprofessional education (IPE) clinical placement program. In our qualitative study we ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-8]

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Required data elements for interprofessional rounds through the lens of multiple professions.

Haleh Vatani, Himanshu Sharma, Kamel Azhar, Karl M Kochendorfer, Annette L Valenta, Karen Dunn Lopez,

The lack of a proper system for ongoing open interprofessional communication among care providers increases miscommunications and medical errors. Seamless access to patient information is important for care providers to prevent miscommunication and improve patient safety. A shared understanding of the information needs of different care providers in an interprofessional ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-7]

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Identifying practical approaches to the normalisation of interprofessional collaboration in rural hospitals: A qualitative study among health professionals.

Gemma Walmsley, Viveka Prakash, Sophie Higham, Frances Barraclough, Sabrina Pit,

This qualitative study explores the ideas and experiences of interprofessional collaboration (IPC) among health professionals in rural public hospitals and to propagate its normalization into practice by identifying existing or suggested solutions. The literature focuses largely on the barriers and facilitators to IPC in metropolitan areas and there is room ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-10]

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The use of SBAR as a structured communication tool in the pediatric non-acute care setting: bridge or barrier for interprofessional collaboration?

Ester Coolen, Rik Engbers, Jos Draaisma, Maud Heinen, Cornelia Fluit,

SBAR (Situation, Background, Assessment and Recommendation) is a structured method developed for communicating critical information that requires immediate action. In 2016 the SBAR tool was introduced at the Amalia Children's Hospital in the Netherlands to improve communication between healthcare workers. Despite formal training and the introduction of aids to facilitate ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-10]

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An online module evaluation of the role and effectiveness of wikis in fostering collaborative practice skills in interprofessional education: a short report.

Lindsey Burns, Jamie McDermott, Rachel Mulholland, Sharron Blumenthal, Nichola McLarnon,

This short report focuses on student feedback relating to the use of online group wikis as a means of a summative assessment intended to foster skills in collaborative practice for a large interprofessional education (IPE) module. Electronic feedback from 112 (72.2% response rate) students suggested wikis were a key area ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, :1-3]

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Age-friendly student senior connection: students' experience in an interprofessional pilot program to combat loneliness and isolation among older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dawn Joosten-Hagye, Anne Katz, Theresa Sivers-Teixeira, Jeanine Yonshiro-Cho,

Loneliness and isolation are concerning consequences of social distancing and other stay-at-home orders for older adults globally, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. To combat loneliness and isolation among older adults residing in California, the Keck School of Medicine collaborated with other health profession schools at the University of Southern California (USC) ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, 34(5):668-671]

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Bolstering clinician resilience through an interprofessional, web-based nightly debriefing program for emergency departments during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Desiree R Azizoddin, Kristen Vella Gray, Andrew Dundin, Demian Szyld,

The COVID-19 pandemic has instigated significant changes for health care systems. With clinician burnout rising, efforts to promote clinician resilience are essential. Within this quality improvement project, an interprofessional debriefing program (Brigham Resilience in COVID-19-pandemic Emergency Forum-BRIEF) was developed within two emergency departments (EDs). An interprofessional group of ED providers ... Read more >>

J Interprof Care (Journal of interprofessional care)
[2020, 34(5):711-715]

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