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Health-care professionals’ shared and divergent perspectives on interprofessional practice and interprofessional education Redden, K. C., Chin, K., Birlean, C., Steinert, Y., Shore, B. M., & Purden, M. The McGill Educational Initiative on Interprofessional

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Health-care professionals’ shared and divergent perspectives on interprofessional practice and interprofessional educationRedden, K. C., Chin, K., Birlean, C., Steinert, Y., Shore, B. M., & Purden, M.

The McGill Educational Initiative on Interprofessional

Collaboration: Partnership for Patient and Family

Centered Practice

Faculty of Medicine

McGill University


Introduction

  • The McGill Group:

    • Understand and facilitate IPP and IPE in hospital and university settings.

    • Evaluation Task Force:

      • Document the group’s development and activities.

  • Goal of Current Study:

    • Describe members’ perspectives on IPP and IPE.


  • Research Questions

    • What are various health-care professionals’ personal conceptions of IPP and IPE?

    • What are the perceived benefits and challenges to IPP and IPE?

    • How do professionals see the relationship between IPP and IPE?


    Methods

    • Participants

      • N = 9: 4 nurses, 2 doctors, 1 physical therapist,

        1 occupational therapist, 1 psychologist

  • Researcher-developed open-ended interview

  • Data Analysis and Interpretation

    • Open & Axial Coding (Strauss & Corbin, 1998)

    • Saturation and 100% agreement on emerging patterns

    • Results compared to existing models in literature


  • Results

    • Definition of IPP

      • Associated Benefits and Challenges

  • Definition of IPE

    • Associated Benefits and Challenges

  • Relationship between IPP and IPE


  • Interpretations

    • Shared Conceptions:

      • Benefits and Challenges of IPP and IPE

      • Definitions of IPE

    • Divergent Conceptions:

      • Relationship between IPP and IPE

      • Definition of IPP:

        • Environment

        • Hierarchy

      • Timing of exposure to IPE

    • Reflection of D’Amour & Oandasan’s (2005) model


    Implications

    • Generated discussion among members of the team

    • Baseline data for a longitudinal study focused on this group’s development over the life of this project


    Thank You

    All Together Better Health

    The McGill Educational Initiative on Interprofessional Collaboration: Partnerships for Family-Centered Practice

    Health Canada


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