Educating the future workforce: Building the evidence about interprofessional learning

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Authors: Humphris, D. and Hean, S.

Journal: Journal of Health Service Research and Policy

Volume: 9

Pages: 24-27

ISSN: 1355-8196

DOI: 10.1258/135581904322724103

This paper addresses the theme of interprofessional education for health and social care professionals as it affects the development of the workforce. The drivers for change in the UK, typified by the Bristol Royal Infirmary and Victoria Climbié inquiries and the response to these in the form of Department of Health policy, are discussed. The need for rapid development of the evidence base around this subject is evident from literature reviews of the impact of interprofessional education. Directions for future research and investment in this area are proposed, including the need for a stronger theoretical base and for longitudinal studies over extended periods of time in order to examine short, medium and long-term outcomes in relation to health care practice.

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Authors: Humphris, D. and Hean, S.

Journal: J Health Serv Res Policy

Volume: 9 Suppl 1

Pages: 24-27

ISSN: 1355-8196

DOI: 10.1258/135581904322724103

This paper addresses the theme of interprofessional education for health and social care professionals as it affects the development of the workforce. The drivers for change in the UK, typified by the Bristol Royal Infirmary and Victoria Climbié inquiries and the response to these in the form of Department of Health policy, are discussed. The need for rapid development of the evidence base around this subject is evident from literature reviews of the impact of interprofessional education. Directions for future research and investment in this area are proposed, including the need for a stronger theoretical base and for longitudinal studies over extended periods of time in order to examine short, medium and long-term outcomes in relation to health care practice.

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Authors: Humphris, D. and Hean, S.

Journal: Journal of Health Services Research and Policy

Volume: 9

Issue: SUPPL. 1

Pages: 24-27

ISSN: 1355-8196

DOI: 10.1258/135581904322724103

This paper addresses the theme of interprofessional education for health and social care professionals as it affects the development of the workforce. The drivers for change in the UK, typified by the Bristol Royal Infirmary and Victoria Climbié inquiries and the response to these in the form of Department of Health policy, are discussed. The need for rapid development of the evidence base around this subject is evident from literature reviews of the impact of interprofessional education. Directions for future research and investment in this area are proposed, including the need for a stronger theoretical base and for longitudinal studies over extended periods of time in order to examine short, medium and long-term outcomes in relation to health care practice. © The Royal Society of Medicine Press Ltd 2004.

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Authors: Humphris, D. and Hean, S.

Journal: Journal of health services research & policy

Volume: 9 Suppl 1

Pages: 24-27

eISSN: 1758-1060

ISSN: 1355-8196

This paper addresses the theme of interprofessional education for health and social care professionals as it affects the development of the workforce. The drivers for change in the UK, typified by the Bristol Royal Infirmary and Victoria Climbié inquiries and the response to these in the form of Department of Health policy, are discussed. The need for rapid development of the evidence base around this subject is evident from literature reviews of the impact of interprofessional education. Directions for future research and investment in this area are proposed, including the need for a stronger theoretical base and for longitudinal studies over extended periods of time in order to examine short, medium and long-term outcomes in relation to health care practice.

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