Interprofessional collaboration is a big part of health education, but how do faculty members actually feel about its implementation? Because there has not been much research done on the topic, this study was conducted. See what the response was from health care faculty in Nebraska.
Article specifics: Beck Dallaghan, Gary L. et al. Faculty attitudes about interprofessional education. Medical Education Online, [S.l.], v. 21, jun. 2016. ISSN 1087-2981.
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- UNMC Interactive e-learning program. See the university’s available e-learning resources, such as project development toolkits, examples of e-modules, references, free subscriptions, and more.
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Teresa “Teri” Hartman, MLS, is an associate professor in education and research at the McGoogan Library of Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center. She shares information on Twitter, including public health, IPE, leadership, edtech, future tech, and higher education.