IpE. Inter Professional Education EFPC conference Graz 16-09-2011 Louise van Amsterdam Jan van Es Institute The Netherlands. Aim IpE. ‘educational programmes for healthcare professionals and leaders, to support the delivery of integrated primary healthcare’. Desicion Making.
Inter Professional Education
EFPC conference Graz
Louise van Amsterdam
Jan van Es Institute The Netherlands
‘educational programmes for healthcare professionals and leaders, to support the delivery of integrated primary healthcare’
Discussie Pisa (09-2010): yes!
Conference Leiden I (09-2010): oh why? but yes…
Conference Leiden II (04-2011): yes, but how? Models: CanMEDS/CCM/Competence based
The Lancet commission (03-2010): yes! systemic failures, reforms needed: transformational learning
Director WHO (12-2010): yes!!!
RVZ (Dutch public health council) (04-2011): ‘competent is qualified/authorized’
low level of acceptance
hard to alter our educational programme
lack of time, we are so busy already
that’s for others to decide’
‘inter professional education for healthcare professionals, leaders, tutors/trainers, policymakers’
‘multidisciplinaire teams delivering integrated care, population based, ‘selfmanagement’
Do you confirm that IpE is a condition for interprofessional collaboration?
What is your personal view on IpE?
Can you name good examples of IpE in your own country or region?
What makes these examples successful?
Are there specific conditions which differ from other countries or regions?
To take actions on (1):
National level: name competences and get them integrated in education programmes (how?)
- Regional level: find training places or apprenticeships in integrated care practices (how?)
To take actions on (2):
Institutional level: at colleges/universities/vocational training: make integrated educational programmes on different levels
- Transformational learning programmes
- Exchange literature, programmes, teachers, in the same group, etc.