Monthly Archives: August 2016

Summary: Effectiveness of an interprofessional workshop on pain management for medical and nursing students

Interprofessional (IP) care is critical for effective pain management, but evidence is lacking about the best way to teach pain management skills to medical and nursing students using IP strategies. In 2013 and 2014, 307 medical and 169 nursing students participated in an IP case-based pain management workshop. Erickson and colleagues conducted a study to… Read More »

Blog Article: Perceptions of Health Sciences Students on anIntroductory Interprofessional Education Course

Perceptions of Health Sciences Students on an Introductory Interprofessional Education Course Joe Paul Castillo, Trent Gahl, Liz Torrez, Joua Vang, Jessica Womack, Joy Doll, Ann Ryan Haddad, Anna Maio, Katie Packard, Meghan Potthoff  Creighton University Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER) and Creighton Department of Occupational Therapy Introduction Healthcare is a complicated, critical, and… Read More »