Collaborative Teamwork Skills: How Are They Developed Through Interprofessional Education And Are They Applicable in the Practice Setting, October 2003
This project examined students’ perceptions of the contribution made by an interprofessional university-based module to skills and understanding of collaborative teamworking on placement. The project focused on first year occupational therapy and physiotherapy students participating in an interprofessional module during their first term at university prior to clinical placement.
Filed under: Nursing, Evidence Informed Practice, Interprofessional Education, Mini-project, Final Report, Practice Education
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