Monthly Archives: February 2015

Summary: Interprofessional Education and Practice Guide No. 3: Evaluating interprofessional education

There has been an ongoing increase in the publication of evaluation work aimed at measuring the processes and outcomes related to a range of interprofessional education (IPE) activities and initiatives. Systematic reviews of IPE have, however, suggested that while the quality of evaluation studies is improving, there continues to be a number of empirical weaknesses… Read More »

An ethnographic investigation of junior doctors’ capacities to practice interprofessionally in three teaching hospitals

Collaborative practice among early career staff is at the bedrock of interprofessional care. Milne, Greenfield and Braithwaite investigated factors influencing the enactment of interprofessional practice in a recent study using the day-to-day role of six junior doctors in three teaching hospitals as a gateway to understand the various professions’ interactive behaviours. The contextual framework used… Read More »