Monthly Archives: September 2011

Using the Sociological Imagination in the Interprofessional Field

The interprofessional education and practice literature has continued to expand at an impressive rate over the past few decades. While it is encouraging to see an expansion of conceptual, evaluative and theoretical papers, there remains a tendency in the field to focus on psychological, social-psychological, organizational and systems perspectives. As a result of using this… Read More »

Improving interprofessional practice for vulnerable older people: gaining a better understanding of vulnerability

Interesting article written by: Clare Abley, John Bond, & Louise RobinsonA key focus for professionals working with older people in the community is on those who are vulnerable, although this vulnerability is not well defined. This study sought the views of health and social care professionals and older people on vulnerability, identifying significant differences between… Read More »