By: Diane R. Bridges Ten years ago, I was part of an interprofessional team (RN, MD, PharmD, MPH) who wrote an article citing three best practice models of interprofessional education. We shared our respective school’s […]
Category: Interprofessional Education
The Value of Experiential Interprofessional Education
By Laura R. Sanchez, RN (@lsancheznp) and Helen Horvath, RN, MS, ANP (@helen_horvath) In my experience as a nurse practitioner (NP) student at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) I have found significant value in […]
Competency-Based Education within an Optimal Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment: How do We Get There?
By Tammy Franqueiro and Jean Shinners ICE blog readers may have read previous posts on Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) which is largely structured under the guidance of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education […]
AN INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION HISTORY LESSON – So what’s next?
By Bethany Robertson (@bdrclo) This post is the third in a series. See here for Part 1 and Part 2 ‘I can’t breathe” are three words that transformed our lives in 2020 and continues to be in […]
An Interprofessional Education History Lesson – My Story
By Bethany Robertson (@bdrclo) In the last blog, I shared some history about those that have gone before me in building and IPE platform for us today. I am a bit ashamed actually, as I never entertained […]