Category Archives: Blog Post

Guest Blog: Producing Digital Stories as a new IPE resource for teaching and learning

  By Richard Gray & Elizabeth Howkins (Biographies at end of post)   The Background Stories help people make sense of experiences – their own and others. They can be a particularly beneficial way for participants to process difficult, confusing or painful experiences, and to share those experiences with others. Digital stories are short, multi-media… Read More »

Interprofessional Education and Practice in Sub-Saharan Africa

This year the journal was privileged to work together with members of the Africa Interprofessional Education Network (AfrIPEN) to deliver a themed issue collecting work from the region. This is a first for the journal, building on the legacy and current motivations of many involved with the journal, bringing and publishing research from regions that… Read More »

Guest Blog: Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Intravenous Access: A rational place for interprofessional utilization

Written by : Mark Magee MD Faculty, Point-of-Care Ultrasound Division Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia PA USA Resa E. Lewiss MD Director, Point-of-Care Ultrasound Division Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia PA USA (you can read more about the authors at the bottom of the… Read More »

Making an impact on interprofessional perception amongst future nurses and pharmacists

You have seen with numerous posts in the past but also in recent publications the need and the call for increased collaboration between different parts of the health care team. This includes pharmacists and nurses, whether it be at the community level or within a hospital setting. Recently, we published a short report on the… Read More »

JIC’s Winning Papers of 2017

As we slowly start progressing into the New Year and the film awards season, we felt it would be appropriate to announce our own form of the Oscars, namely our ‘winning papers’ of 2017. These papers have been selected based on pure data with no influence from any judges, brown envelopes or reviewers!   We… Read More »