Values-based interprofessional education: how interprofessional education and values- based practice interrelate and are vehicles for the benefit of patients and health and social care professionals.
Merriman, Clair; Chalmers, Laura; Ewens, Ann; Fulford, Bill (KWF); Gray, Richard; Handa, Ashok; Westcott, Liz
Bill (KWF) Fulford
The 2016 All Together Better Health VIII Oxford conference brought together interprofessional education (IPE) and values-based practice (VBP) communities. As there is a paucity of research and publications in the area, following the event a working party consisting of representatives from both communities continued to meet and has developed a joint community of practice. This report describes the work achieved by the group so far and is intended for those involved in the planning and implementation of IPE and collaborative working. The authors consider that incorporating principles of VBP within a framework of IPE can provide a different perspective and understanding of the complexities involved in delivering realistic, student centered learning for collaborative practice, relevant in the 21st century workplace. In particular the authors suggest that using the principles of values and VBP in this way can inform the transition between IPE and collaborative practice facilitating effective person centered collaborative care. This process will require not only the incorporation of these principles within IPE sessions, but also incorporation within the training and support of new and established teachers involved in IPE.
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Journal||Journal of interprofessional care|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Institution Citation||MERRIMAN, C., CHALMERS, L., EWENS, A., FULFORD, B. (KWF)., GRAY, R., HANDA, A. and WESTCOTT, L. . Values-based interprofessional education: how interprofessional education and values-based practice interrelate and are vehicles for the benefit of patients and health and social care professionals. Journal of interprofessional care [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13561820.2020.1713065|
|Keywords||Interprofesssional education; Values-based practice; Health and social care; Collaborative|
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