Researching IPECP? Join us in the PhD course at Linköping University

Researching IPECP? Join us in the PhD course “Research Perspectives on Interprofessional Education, Learning and Collaboration within Practices of Health Care and Social Services”. The course is given by Linköping University, Sweden, on 5 credit points, part time online from 18 March till 7 June 2019. Read more here Please follow and like us:

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To inform the priorities and actions of Interprofessional.Global , the current situation of IPECP globally needs to be known. Along with the rapid growth and setbacks of IPECP around the globe, the current condition of the IPECP movement has changed a lot since the previous effort to conduct a situational analysis. Therefore, to define the …

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The Policy Working Group is seeking your help!

The Policy Working Group is seeking your help! If you are interested in joining an interprofessional global community with the goals of increasing clarity of IPECP concepts and updating core documents to inform IPECP policy, please join the Policy Development Working Group or contact Jose Rodrigues Freire (rodrigujos@paho.org) or Barbara Maxwell (bmaxwell@atsu.edu). Over the next …

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Our newest member is the special interest group InterprofessionalResearch.Global

Following the ATBH IX Conference in Auckland, the InterprofessionalResearch.Global (previously known as GRIN & In-2-Theory, or GRIN2Theory Network) is resurging with a 2-year Strategic Plan. The InterprofessionalResearch.Global in its new phase aims to provide global leadership in Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Person-Centred Practice (IPECP) Research. With a mission to ‘Mobilise, Integrate, and Advance Global Interprofessional …

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