Communicative positioning of one's own profession in interprofessional settings release_ibqh7j6jlffexa7e4koi7hetv4

by André Posenau, Tim Peters

Published in GMS Journal for Medical Education.

2016   Volume 33, Issue 2, Doc27


Interprofessional education (IPE) is taking on increasing importance in our complex healthcare system and receiving ever greater attention in the teaching of health science. The majority of concepts and methods employed in this area are based on normative ideas about interprofessional cooperation and only seldom based on empirical research. This paper is an initial attempt to augment this deductive approach with an inductive perspective for the purpose of subsequently providing empirical support for IPE teaching methods.
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Date   2016-04-29
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DOI  10.3205/zma001026
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