We use the phrase "interprofessional practice and education" (IPE) as a way to create a shared space between interprofessional education, interprofessional practice and collaborative practice. The “new IPE” does not replace the principles related to these concepts – rather, it embraces them.
A collaborative to promote and encourage constituent efforts that would advance substantive interprofessional learning experiences to help prepare future health professionals for enhanced team-based care of patients and improved population health outcomes.
The purpose of the IPC is the development of resources for a toolkit, including a valid and reliable assessment tool for interprofessional professionalism behaviors, list of references, and related educational resources available for use by educators across all health professions.
The American Interprofessional Health Collaborative transcends boundaries to transform learning, policies, practices, and scholarship toward an improved system of health and wellness for individual patients, communities, and populations.
Ongoing, convening activity of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine that brings together stakeholders from multiple nations and professions to network, discuss and illuminate issues within health professional education.
Aims to promote and develop interprofessional education (IPE) with and through its individual, corporate and student members, in collaboration with like minded organisations in the UK and overseas, for the benefit of patients and clients.
Network of individuals, groups, institutions and organisations committed to researching, delivering, promoting and supporting interprofessional learning, through interprofessional education and practice, across Australia and New Zealand.
Group of universities that aim to discuss critical issues of IPE and to present plural models so that institutions who are interested in the IPE programs can adapt the models to their academic and social settings.
13th Annual Report to the Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services and the Congress of the United States
Advisory Committee on Interdisciplinary, Community-Based Linkages (ACICBL)