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|Title:||Interprofessional learning in practice: The student experience|
|Authors:||Mackenzie, A;Craik, C;Tempest, S;Cordingley, K;Hale, S;Buckingham, I|
|subject:||Education;interprofessional practice learning;evaluation|
|Publisher:||College of Occupational Therapists|
|Description:||Interprofessional learning and the development of teamworking skills are recognised as essential for patient care and are also a government priority for undergraduate education. Sixteen occupational therapy students worked on an interprofessional training ward as part of their practice placement and three of them participated in an evaluation using the nominal group technique. Despite this small number, the evaluation identifies the value of this learning experience in giving the students an opportunity to appreciate the importance of interpersonal skills; to learn about other team members’ roles; and to experience the challenges of working on a busy rehabilitation ward for older people.|
|Standard no:||The British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 70 (8) 358-361|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Clinical Sciences Research Papers|
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