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Web X-Ray: Developing and Adopting Web Best Practices in Enterprises
Reinaldo Ferreira
(pages: 1-6)

The Use of MARIE CPU Simulator in Computer Architecture Course: A Case Study of Student's Perception of Learning and Performance
Jorge Fernando Maxnuck Soares, Luís Tadeu M. Raunheitte, Takato Kurihara
(pages: 7-13)

A Paradigm for Systems Thinking as a Real-Time Approach for Human Adaptation in the 21st Century
Melissa J. Mills
(pages: 14-21)

Exploring the Synergies between Teaching and Consulting: The Baldrige National Quality Award Experience
Ramachandran Natarajan
(pages: 22-25)

Now What? Think Fast: Using Healthcare Clinics as Universal Language to Maximize Learning for International Students in a Graduate Classroom
Sanda Katila
(pages: 26-37)

Quality Management in Education: A Comparative Case Study in Swedish Municipalities
Per-Olof Hansson, Elin Wihlborg
(pages: 38-42)

Introducing Problem-Solving Method in the Business School of a Brazilian University
Lilian A. P. Miguel, Adilson Caldeira
(pages: 43-48)

Academic Formation and Formative Research Integration Management for the Culmination of Studies Process in Higher Education
Lorna Cruz Rizo, Eneida Catalina Matos Hernández
(pages: 49-55)

Understanding the Process and Success Factors to Increase Synergies between Research and Teaching
Deborah Ballou, Brian Huguenard, Brian Nagy, Curtis Armstrong, Tor Guimaraes
(pages: 56-59)

Getting Smart: Need to Focus on Creating an Enabling Environment Structured Around the Objective of Realizing the True Potential of Our Next Generations
Hassan Sattar, Sadaf Nazir
(pages: 60-65)

How to Efficiently Conduct an IT Audit – In the Perspective of Research, Consulting and Teaching
Gabriel Felley, Rolf Dornberger
(pages: 66-70)

Breaking the Boundaries: Academic Applications of Multidisciplinary Research in Computer Science and Dentistry
Patricia Witt, José Ignacio Peláez, Gustavo Vaccaro
(pages: 71-75)


 

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Designing Effective Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Experiences

Robin Risling-de Jong, Ronald A. Styron Jr., Jennifer L. Styron


This project explores a distinctive approach to teaching teambased care in health science and medical schools, utilizing both classroom style instruction simultaneously with onsite clinical practice. The conceived model focuses on Team-Based Learning (TBL) [1] and is referred to as the TBL with InterProfessional Experiential Learning (TIPEL). The TIPEL model employs seamless integration of core competencies in curriculum and practice as it allows for flexibility to adapt to learners at various stages of learning in the practice of interprofessional team-based care. Physician Assistant students who participated in both a non-TIPEL and TIPEL clinical experience were surveyed using the Student Perceptions of Interprofessional Clinical Education- Revised Instrument, Version 2 (SPICE-R2) [2]. In addition to the SPICE-R2, an additional 13 open-ended questions were disseminated to solicit information regarding interprofessional core competency development and the effectiveness of TBL as an instructional approach in experiential learning settings. Overall, students were in agreement with the use of TBL as an effective instructional strategy and provided positive feedback when asked about TBL clinical practice experiences compared to those without the use of TBL. Results from this initial study indicate that the TIPEL model is an effective strategy for combining interprofessional education and collaborative clinical practice for experiential learning.

[1] Michaelsen, L. K., Knight, A. B., & Fink, L. D. (2003). Team-Based Learning: A Transformative Use of Small Groups in College Teaching. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

[2] J. A. Zorek, J. C. Eickhoff, L. A. Steinkamp, J. Oryall, S. Kruger, & C. S. Seibert. Student Perceptions of Interprofessional Clinical Education-Revised Instrument, Version 2 (SPICE-R 2): Instrument validation. University of Wisconsin-Madison Interprofessional Health Summit 2016: Impact of Interprofessional Care on Chronic Conditions, Madison, WI, April 23, 2016.

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